Sunday, March 29, 2009

Hong Kong international film would be hold on the 26th

This year Hong Kong international film and television exhibition along with Asian movie would be hold on the 26th. Hong Kong TDC this year interview more than 330 participants and buyers from all over the world during the HK Filmart and HK Asia Film Financing Forum to determine the "most valued actors, actresses, and directors". This year's result proved that the actors and actresses in the 1980s still occupied their position, surprisely, Cecilia Cheung has disappear for one year, but she still made the list meaning that her value has not fallen, others includes Zhang Ziyi, Vicki Zhao, and Zhou Xun. This year, Charlene Choi also made the list, becoming the youngest 'most valued Hong Kong actress'.

Regarding the best selling director for Hong Kong, Jackie Chan seize the position. Has directed , and so on has attracted a lot of customers, although is has not been many years when Stephen Chow and Jackie Chan were on the same level, they are highly favored by film executive, they both are 'Asia best selling actor' as well as 'Hong Kong best selling actor' and 'Best selling director'.

Charlene Choi and Jay Chou became the youngest actor/actress to make the list.

In the female star announcement, Charlene Choi became the youngest actress to make the list, others female actresses enter the list while being in the entertainment business for 10 years or even 20 year. The male star's list are basically in their 40's or even 50's, Jay Chou became the youngest actor to make the list.

Best selling actors in Hong Kong: Jackie Chan, Jay Chou, Shephen Chow, Andy Lau, Tony Leung and Jet Li.

Best selling actresses in Hong Kong: Sammi Cheng, Cecilia Cheung, Maggie Cheung, Charlene Choi, Vicki Zhao, Shu Qi, Michelle Yeoh, and Zhou Xun

Asia best selling actors: Jackie Chan, Stephen Chow, Andy Lau, Chow Yun Fat, and Tony Leung

Asia best selling actresses: Maggie Cheung, Zhang Ziyi, Michelle Yeoh, Shu Qi, and Gong Li

Best selling directors: Jacky Chan, Peter Chan, Stephen Chow, Andy Lau, Johnnie To Kei Fung, Tsui Hark, Wong Kar Wai and John Woo

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