And so he should as he finally put to rest all the speculation about the female lead for The Rooftop and unveiled Li Xinai in style on 27 May 2013 at the third press conference in Beijing.
Don't they look soooo cute like that??
(Hehe...she had to be cajoled into putting her hands on Jay's arm at the photo-taking.)
And *ahem*.....I do so like him in tight-fitting pants like these! He has such nice lower limbs.
The pants look like the pair he wore at the Exclamation Mark press con in 2011....just saying...
The first photo was like this (looking a little stiff...lol!)
I like this one...DIMPLE ALERT!
Here are two links about the event, taken from Jay Chou Studio:
A short article from my local paper:
Another beautiful poster was also revealed....it's VERY NICE!!!!!
She has such a sweet smile and Jay, as usual, just looks cool. Of course, he loves his wheels too, so the motorbike will figure prominently, I'm sure.
Vids from the event (all in Chinese, no subtitles but the essential points are all in the two articles from Jay Chou Studio):
1. Jay on stage, explaining about the movie:
2. News clip with the fans telling off the reporter for asking about Hannah and then telling Jay he doesn't have to answer those questions (gotta love his fans for supporting him like that!):
3. Jay's interview with Sina:
4. Jay's interview with Sina:
5. About Xinai, the female lead whose character's name in the movie is also Xinai...lol!
(Now why couldn't he have chosen a more imaginative name??)
I say again:
I'M FREAKING EXCITED ABOUT THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jay has done a wonderful job with executing his vision of a 'musical-cum-martial-arts' flick and face it, can you imagine any other artiste even conceptualising anything like this at all???
Acting, directing, composing and carefully-planned press conferences to reveal the actors over the past six months....all very smoothly done!
The chemistry between not just Xinai and Lang Zhi Gao but the rest of the talented cast looks excellent and the movie promises to be an extremely entertaining ride.
I also love that Jay is sticking to his 'no-need-for-bed-scenes-in-a-love-story' stand, which goes against many other movie-makers' take.
And I'm pretty sure it will do better than Secret.
Trust me, when it's released in Singapore, I shall be going more than once.
The soundtrack is scheduled to be released in June; of course this fangirl will be first in line to get a copy of the album. ;)
A final picture to round off this post....can you guess why I chose it?? ;)
And....omg....time has certainly flown by incredibly.....
JAY ROCKS SINGAPORE NEXT WEEK!!!!!