Crystal Liu and Yang Yang Wrap the Movie Version of Three Lives Three Worlds, Ten Miles Peach Blossoms

Filming has wrapped for the movie version adaptation of popular fantasy period romance novel Three Lives Three Worlds, Ten Miles Peach Blossoms, but finished with filming doesn’t mean it’s going to hit the screens faster than the still in production drama version. This is one project I’m very excited about for atypical reasons, I actually didn’t care for the source novel by writer Tang Qi Gong Zhi, the prose is not my cup of tea even if the tangled mess of a three lives romance between the star crossed lovers sounds right up my alley conceptually.

I’m hoping the live action versions will finally sell me the narrative and explain the appeal of this particular romance for me. The movie version stars Chinese ancient visuals goddess Crystal Liu and fast rising male lead Yang Yang, who looks more and more like the male version of Crystal in looks and aura. That’s not a bad thing especially if he backs it up with acting talent. They two leads are certainly a double feast of pretty, even goofing around a green screen they are ridiculously attractive.


Crystal Liu and Yang Yang Wrap the Movie Version of Three Lives Three Worlds, Ten Miles Peach Blossoms — 7 Comments

  1. So much pretty going on. I was like u didnt really get into the novel. Not mu cup of tea at all. I also didnt fancy the man guy. But Yang Yang is really selling it for me.

    He sure has man up big time.

    Can’t wait for this version. Hope the cgi is up to par. They are too pretty to be badly cgi.

  2. I’ve been waiting for Yang Yang’s new project to come on screen. Even I’m not a fan of Chinese big screen, I’ll try to find where to watch this movie. Yang Yang alone is enough a selling point for me, as the commenter above said. Not only does he have looks, this guy can also literally make any novel character come alive on screen, regardless of crappy screenplay, poor directing, or disastrous production (e.g., The Lost Tomb, LOL). It doesn’t matter his roles are minor or major, he instantly just caught your eyes when he’s on screen. There’re reasons he is the “it” boy now in C ent. I wish this would be a drama version instead. But I’m more anticipating his drama adaptation of One Smile Is very Alluring even the female lead is Zheng Shuan.

  3. Look, Yang Yang got me to watch the entire season of The Lost Tomb. To say I am excited for this is an understatement.

    • Me too. Apart from his much resemblance to the original novel character Xia Ge Zhang Kyling, the rest of the Lost Tomb is crap.

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