The Daily Star
'The Grandmaster' dominates Hong Kong Film Awards
Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi poses backstage after winning the Best Actress award for her role in the movie "The Grandmaster" during the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards in Hong Kong April 13, 2014.
The Miami Herald
'Grandmaster' wins a dozen Hong Kong Film Awards
Jeffrey Soffer, left, and his sister Jackie Soffer, right. Jeffrey is chairman and CEO and Jackie, principal, of the family owned Turnberry Associates, which owns the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Aventura Mall, and Turnberry Isle Miami.
The Straits Times
50 Shades star Dakota Johnson says no to her parents
Actress Dakota Johnson attended a glitzy party that included celebrities such as actress Zhang Ziyi, actor Louis Koo and singer Alex To.
Hong Kong Film Awards: 'The Grandmaster' Nabs Twelve Wins
"I remember it was 1994 when I was last here. It was a short walk from the podium to the stage, but it took me twenty years to come back to this spot," said Wong when he accepted the best director award.
Coldplay frontman "uncouples" with Zhang Ziyi in "Magic"
As you know, frontman Chris Martin of Coldplay and his wife of many years, Gwyneth Paltrow, experienced a "conscious uncoupling" that resulted in their presumed breakup.
The London Free Press
Watch Chris Martin play hero and villain in 'Magic'
The frontman stars as both a carnival magician and an abusive bucktoothed villain in this 1920's style clip, inspired by silent movies.
Coldplay Releases 'Magic' Video
The video was directed by Jonas Akerlund, and stars Ziyi Zhang as a magician, with Chris Martin doubling up as both her loyal assistant and brutish husband.
'The Grandmaster' sweeps Asian Film Awards, crew mourn lost stuntman
Martial arts fantasy "The Grandmaster" dominated the Asian Film Awards on Thursday with seven wins including best movie, as its emotional director mourned the film's stuntman who was on the missing Malaysian jetliner.
Asia News Network
BEIJING: MH370 CRASH: Zhang Ziyi, other celebs chime in on missing plane case
A number of big-name Chinese entertainment stars have taken to social media to voice their anger and frustration towards the Malaysian government over its alleged mishandling of the lost Malaysia Airlines flight 370 and its 239 passengers and crew.
Hong Kong and China celebs express their...
Chinese blockbuster film actress Zhang Ziyi posted up words of condolences online after Malaysian authorities announced on Monday night that the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 had most likely plunged into the south Indian Ocean with no survivors on board.