Hapas in love? Are Keanu Reeves, 43, and China Chow,34, together?
The couple was spotted together frolicking on the beaches of the French Riviera topless. (Warning these images are not safe for work). A few days later the two had a romantic lunch together in Sanremo along the Mediterranean coast of Italy.
For those keeping score at home, this is the breakdown for Keanu and China. Keanu Reeves’ mother is English and his father is an American of Hawaiian-Chinese, and Portuguese descent. China Chow’s mother was of German and Japanese descent and her father is of Chinese and Scottish descent.
Someone put a video together with some of the pictures and added pictures of France inbetween. (Warning!!! This video is not safe for work!!!)
We showed you the trailer for At Musing’s End this week, but now Wong Fu Productions has officially released the At Musing’s End short that showed at Cannes.
Everyone daydreams. But what’s in a daydream? It’s a little bit of care-free imagination mixed with real life experiences- and topped off with a pinch of idealism. Sometimes the most interesting and meaningful moments we have are the everyday happenings that are easily forgettable. In the end, these moments are the true treasures that we cherish. In this short narrative, we see the evolution of Robin and Adams’ romance through the highs and lows of their relationship.
Official Selection of the 2008 Cannes Film Festival Short Films Corner
Written and Directed by Wesley Chan
Produced with Philip Wang and Ted Fu
Featuring Mimi Chao, William Yu, and Po Fung
Music by Jesse Chui, Henry Tsai, and Moby
At Musing’s End part 1 of 2
At Musing’s End part 2 of 2
At Musing’s End – Written and Directed by Wesley Chan
This short film was screened at Cannes a couple weeks ago. Wong Fu Productions will release the short online as two parts on June 15, 2008.
Watch the trailer for At Musing’s End
CNN’s Jack Cafferty made controversial comments about China about a month ago. Now it’s Sharon Stone turn. Here’s what she said at an interview at Cannes:
Well you know it was very interesting because at first, you know, I am not happy about the ways the Chinese were treating the Tibetans because I don’t think anyone should be unkind to anyone else. And so I have been very concerned about how to think and what to do about that because I don’t like that.
And I had been this, you know, concerned about, oh how should we deal with the Olympics because they are not being nice to the Dalai Lama, who is a good friend of mine.
And all these earthquake and stuff happened and I thought: IS THAT KARMA? When you are not nice that bad things happen to you.
And then I got a letter, from the Tibetan Foundations that they want to go and be helpful. And that made me cry. And they ask me if I would write a quote about that and I said I would. And it was a big lesson to me, that some times you have to learn to put your head down and be of service even to people who are not nice to you. And that’s a big lesson for me.
Yesterday, Sharon Stone issued the following statement:
Due to my inappropriate words and acts during the interview, I feel deeply sorry and sad about hurting Chinese people. I am willing to take part in the relief work of China’s earthquake, and wholly devote myself to helping affected Chinese people.
But it’s a little too late. Sharon Stone films will be banned at UME Cineplex, one of the largest movie chains in China. (What was Sharon Stone’s last film anyway?) Also French fashion house Christian Dior dropped Sharon Stone from its Chinese ads.
IS THAT KARMA?
Sharon Stone’s comments about China at Cannes:
Wong Fu Production’s “A Peace of Home” was selected to Cannes Film Festival Short Films Corner. Wong Fu is headed to France not only to showcase their new shorts at the festival but to also host a special event with special guest Far East Movement.
Watch “A Peace of Home” from Wong Fu Productions