Reblogged By: De De Tillman; K-Pop – K-Drama Celebrity Blogger
Posted: Monday November 10, 2014 @1:50 a.m PST
Kris (Wu Yi Fan) Recently released a self-composed song for the OST of his upcoming movie Somewhere We Know, which is set to be released in theaters on February 14, 2015.
Wu Yifan (Kris) unveils his personally written track for the theme song of Chinese movie Somewhere Only We Know on his very own birthday, November 6th!
Having the same name as the movie title, the song “Somewhere Only We Know” is a treasured piece produced by Wu Yifan as he has participated in writing the lyrics for the track. The movie will also be the star’s debut acting project, in which he is taking the lead role in his first attempt. Somewhere Only We Know is scheduled to be screened in theaters on Valentine’s Day next year in 2015.
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Reblogged By: De De Tillman K-Pop – K-Drama Celebrity Blogger
Posted: Tuesday October 28, 2014 @ 12:21 a.m PST
Former EXO member Kris has yet to sign with any label or agency contracts after leaving the group and pursuing his career in China, despite approaching some of the largest Chinese entertainment companies.Industry officials estimate that Luhan, who also recently filed a lawsuit against SM Entertainment for the nullification of his contract, will also face similar obstacles as Kris.
It has been five months since Kris filed a lawsuit against SM Entertainment and left to China. However, Kris is currently unable to find a new entertainment company.
According to Chinese industry officials, Kris first approached YUEHUA Entertainment, one of the top entertainment company in China, but was rejected when trying to land a contract. Kris later also met with Huayi Entertainment, but it seems that it wasn’t easy for him to get a contract. It seems that even the large companies, having the ability and power to shed Kris’s image as a “deserter” and make him a star, are hesitant in signing with him.
Because China doesn’t have South Korea’s idol developing and marketing system, China’s few large corporate like entertainment companies have a great deal of influence and power in the industry. But it seems that the two largest companies’ decisions not to sign with Kris will be a bump on the road for him in chasing the dream to become the “second Hangeng”. Former Super Junior member Hangeng (Hankyung) has reached the peak of his stardom in China after filing the same lawsuit against SM Entertainment back in 2009.
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Reblogged By: De De Tillman; International Celebrity Blogger
Posted: Wednesday July 9, 2014 @ 7:30 p.m PST
Former EXO member Kris (Wu Yifan) made headlines again yesterday, when Chinese media reported that he is in a relationship with Chinese actress Xu Jinglei, who is 16 years his senior and the director of his first solo project – a movie titled Somewhere Only We Know.
Following Kris’ sudden withdrawal from the South Korean group in May, reasons for his exit have been widely speculated online. The report yesterday claimed that the 23-year-old was assisted by his rumoured lover, Jinglei, to depart from SM Entertainment.
According to an insider, Jinglei was attracted to Kris since his EXO days. Despite the huge age difference between them, the two were said to get along well and Kris was allegedly very reliant on the actress