Stephen Chow & Shu Qi promote new movie

Hong Kong director Stephen Chow and Taiwanese actress Shu Qi in great mood when promoting their new film Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons in Guangzhou on February 5.

Stephen Chow Shu Qi Journey To The West

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Stephen Chow to make Hollywood Kungfu

Hong Kong star Stephen Chow is rumored to be making a new Kungfu movie starring Hollywood actor Jack Black and actress Anne Hathaway.

Chinese movie Kung Fu Hustle

S.H.E meet Stephen Chow

Taiwan all girls pop group S.H.E met with Hong Kong star Stephen Chow at Beijing’s premiere for CJ7, the latest movie from Chow.

SHE and Stephen Chow

S.H.E sing the theme song for CJ7.

Stephen Chow Denies Green Hornet Invitation

A spokesman for Hong Kong actor Stephen Chow denied on Monday that the star has been invited to participate in a movie version of The Green Hornet.

A purported remake of the 1960s American TV series has been a street gossip. A recent report says Knocked Up film star, comic actor Seth Rogen, is in final talks with Columbia Pictures to play the title role, and Rogen wants Stephen Chow to play his sidekick Kato, a role immortalized by late Kungfu legend Bruce Lee.

A reporter with Beijing Morning Post contacted and sought confirmation from Chow’s production company, Star Overseas, on Monday, and got a negative answer from a spokesman.

“We haven’t got any information at this time. We don’t know who the director is and what the screenplay is like,” the spokesman said.

If invited, will Stephen chow accept the role?

“We could not answer this hypothetical question, as the schedule and casting are the most important elements.”


Stephen Chow sues Eva Huang

Hong Kong actor-director Stephen Chow is sueing mainland Chinese actress Eva Huang again for breaching their agency contract.

Stephen Chow and Eva Huang

Stephen’s company holds the agency contract of Eva, but their relationship turned sour after the screening of blockbuster movie Kungfu Hustle.

Eva claimed that she was unfairly treated and that the contract was misleading, and started to accept jobs on her own.

Worth Achieve Associates Limited is looking for court order to force Eva to serve her contract until 2011 as stated with their agreement, and is looking for compensation. It’s said that Eva has earned around 6 million yuan (~ US$700,000) for the past 3 years.