Happy Mother’s Day! Weibo has been flooded with celebrity greetings today and I have compiled as many as I could into this post! This seriously took way longer than I expected lol, I am exhausted and totally ready to grab some snacks to watch Divas Hit the Road 😄
A Youku poll popped up yesterday asking weibo users to vote for the male celebrity who they think will make the best dad, the nine nominees include: Hu Ge, Jackson Yi, Kris Wu, Luhan, Ma Tianyu, William Chan, Yang Yang, Zhang Yishan, and Zhang Yixing! I think it’d be fun for us to have a poll here as well! Like the actress who looks best in ancient costume poll, once the voting ends on weibo I will make a post dedicated to the winner! More photos of these cute guys with kids are under the cut!
A hot topic popped up on weibo several days ago, highlighting the unbelievable body parts of some of the young “fresh meat” male celebrities in the Chinese entertainment industry today. I thought the post was a little weird lol…. although I’m sure we all have our days where we want to appreciate our biases hands and feet! So, take a look below to see if your favorite made it on the list 😛
This post was written by 诸葛 from Box Office Bar. Original post here. The post is long and a lot of fresh meats are included but we will only be translating evaluations for the ones who have high box office performances.
Personal box office is calculated by dividing the total gross of the movie by the actors’ placement in the billing. So it goes Movie Gross ÷ Billing Position. For example Jing Boran is billed second in Lost And Love so his personal box office is the total gross of the movie divided by 2.
Box office numbers included in the calculation are only for movies where the actors have top 5 billing.
Chinese New Year’s Day is one of the biggest days of the year for movies, if not the biggest in China. Most of the big budget movies filmed by huge directors are released during this period and some of them end up being the #1 movies of the year when it comes to box office gross (notably: Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons ($215 million) and The Mermaid ($553 million), both by Stephen Chow).