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OlaBola – More Than Just a Football Movie
Jan28

OlaBola – More Than Just a Football Movie

You’ve seen the trailer, you’ve listened to the songs, you’ve watched the music videos. Today, OlaBola, the movie that everyone’s talking about, will kick off in 126 screens at nationwide cinemas in Malaysia and Brunei! OLABOLA – Official Trailer 28 January 2016 [HD] Yes, OlaBola is a movie that features the beautiful game of football. But it’s also more than that. Much more. It’s about the beautiful people of different cultures...

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Bon Appetit & “Let’s Eat! 开饭啦!”
Sep08

Bon Appetit & “Let’s Eat! 开饭啦!”

Budgeted at S$1.8million (RM5.25million), “Let’s Eat! 开饭啦!” is Chapman’s directorial debut and will be shot in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. The movie features regional artistes, that includes Chapman To (杜汶泽) himself, popular Hong Kong actress Aimee Chan (陈茵媺), Hong Kong hip-hop duo FAMA (農夫) member C-Kwan (郑诗君), veteran award-winning artist Lo Hoi Pang (盧海鵬), Malaysia’s Tommy Kuan (关栋珉) & newcomer Daphne...

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全民电影 The Journey 《一路有你》突破660万票房
Feb12

全民电影 The Journey 《一路有你》突破660万票房

(吉隆坡11日讯)Astro全民电影The Journey 《一路有你》票房走势凌厉,上映11天便狂扫马币660万票房,让连日来马不停蹄地到各地戏院谢票的导演周青元(Chiu导)喜出望外,直呼:“真是unbelievable(不可思议)!” The journey 《一路有你》自1月30日公映以来便一路掀起观影热潮,高唱票房口碑双丰收。根据院线官方数据,《一路有你》周末票房报收230万令吉,再创新高,成为上周中文电影票房之冠,连Chiu导也深表意外:“这的确超乎预期,没想到第二个周末的观众入席率依然那么高,这给了我们很大程度上的鼓舞,谢谢大家。” 不仅如此,The Journey 《一路有你》开画一周已超越《大日子woohoo!》420万令吉票房,而截至2月9日,即电影上映11天,更突破了2011年《天天好天》在九个星期内创下的650万票房纪录。 Ben Andrew Pfeiffer 班菲佛 – The Better Half 有福氣 The...

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全民电影《一路有你》马力全开首映礼 The Journey Red Carpet + Gala Night @ Paradigm Mall
Jan17

全民电影《一路有你》马力全开首映礼 The Journey Red Carpet + Gala Night @ Paradigm Mall

Riding on the phenomenal success of Woohoo! 大日子 (2010) and Great Day 天天好天 (2011), Malaysian director Chiu Keng Guan 周青元, aka Chiu導, has his latest film “The Journey 一路有你” set for release in 2014′s Chinese New Year. Different from previous two films which cast prominent Astro and MyFM DJ as the main characters, “The Journey 一路有你” starred amateur actors such as 74-year old retiree Frankie Lee Sai Peng 李世平,...

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Unbeatable 激戰 –  林超贤,張家輝,彭于晏,李馨巧
Aug20

Unbeatable 激戰 – 林超贤,張家輝,彭于晏,李馨巧

Have you watched the latest hit movie – Unbeatable 激戰? 張家輝 Nick Cheung & Taiwanese heartthrob Eddie Peng 彭于晏 are the main leads in this boxing movie together with the 10 years old Malaysian born child actress Crystal Lee 李馨巧! Unbeatable – Movie Synopsis: Chin Fai , or better known as “Scumbag Fai” (張家輝 Nick Cheung), once a boxing champion, flees to Macau from the loan sharks and ended taking up a job in a...

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Kids Get to Watch Toy Story 3 @ Tropicana City Mall
Jun26

Kids Get to Watch Toy Story 3 @ Tropicana City Mall

Toy Story 3 is a 2010 American 3D computer-animated film. It is the third and final installment in the Toy Story series. The film was produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Lee Unkrich, who edited the previous films, and co-directed the second, takes over as director. Ken Schretzmann is the editor. Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack, Don Rickles, Estelle Harris, John Ratzenberger, Wallace Shawn, Jeff...

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Celebrating the Box-Office Success of 大日子Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan
Mar29

Celebrating the Box-Office Success of 大日子Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

《大日子Woohoo!》票房口碑创佳绩Astro关丹设宴庆功 大日子Woohoo!, the first 100% Malaysian produced Chinese movie by Woohoo Picture and Astro Shaw jointly presented by Astro and MY FM, was a major box-office success, accumulating over RM4 million in Malaysia since its release on 14 January 2010. Look at the beautiful scenery that Woohoo was shot! Nice kan? As a gesture of gratitude to each and every individual who had made it happened, Astro organised an...

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MyAstro 大日子woohoo – 本地製作中文賀歲影片
Jan06

MyAstro 大日子woohoo – 本地製作中文賀歲影片

In conjunction with the coming Chinese New Year, Astro and MY FM are proud to present the first ever 100% locally produced Chinese movie “Woohoo!” that will hit the screen on 14 January nationwide. “Woohoo!” literally means tiger dance in Chinese, which is in fact part of the traditional Chinese culture although it has not been practiced as commonly as lion or dragon dance in Malaysia. Inspired by the uniqueness of the tiger dance,...

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