Huang Xiaoming 黄晓明

Badges of Fury (2013)

The film is directed by Wang Zi Ming and produced by Po Chu Chui of Kung Fu Hustle and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon fame. With Wu Jing (SPL) and Collin Chou (The Matrix Reloaded, Flashpoint) also onboard in the cast line-up and Corey Yuen (Shaolin) serving as fight choreographer, martial arts fans will surely not be disappointed for the lack of quality fisticuffs.  

Story outline:

When a spate of eerie murders erupts across Hong Kong two troublemaking cops are assigned to the case. Young maverick WANG and grizzled vet HUANG who is fed up with his reckless younger partner always landing them in hot water. Reaching a dead end after discovering all the victims were former boyfriends of aspiring starlet LIU, the detectives must play a deadly game. One of them must go undercover as Liu's lover to lure the killer out.

The film is currently in post production and its scheduled for theatrical release in China in June 2013.

Director: Wang Ziming

Cast:

    Jet Li
    Wen Zhang
    Liu Shishi
    Ada Liu
    Michelle Chen
    Sara Lin
    Collin Chou
    Jacky Wu Jing
    Tian Liang
    Stephy Tang
    Feng Danying
    Bruce Leung
    Alex Fong Lik-Sun
    Huang Xiaoming
    Bryan Leung
    Tong Dawei
    Grace Huang
    Raymond Lam
    Kevin Cheng
    Ma Yili
    Stephen Fung
    Oscar Chan

      
Also Known As:
Bu Er Shen Tan
The One Detective

Country: China
Language: Mandarin
Release Date: 2013
Genre: Drama, Action, Comedy, Mystery


Trailer for Badges of Fury 2013:



Jet Li's new movie Badges of Fury (2013) features various guests: e.g. Tong Dawei and Huang Xiaoming 黄晓明 - here are excerpts of these guest appearances and their filming.



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The Founding of a Republic (2009)

Also Known As:
Jian Guo Da Ye

Country: China
Language: Mandarin, English
Release Date: 17 September 2009
Runtime: 138 min
Genre: Drama, History

Directors: Han Sanping, Huang Jianxin

Huang Xiaoming has a guest appearance in this movie as Li Yinqiao.


About

The Founding of a Republic is a 2009 Chinese historical film commissioned by China's film regulator and made by the state-owned China Film Group (CFG) to mark the 60th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. The film was directed by Huang Jianxin and China Film Group head Han Sanping.

Although the film premiered on September 17, 2009 in mainland China, it has yet to receive publicity in Taiwan. The film was produced with the backing of the Communist Party, but in response to reactions outside Mainland China, Huang Jianxin, the film's co-director, "has said it was unfair to describe The Founding of a Republic as propaganda, since modern Chinese audience were too sophisticated to swallow a simplistic rendering of history." While the Taiwan government has asserted that it has no plans to actively censor the film, it has yet to be released because Taiwan's 2009 annual quota of 10 mainland films was already reached.

The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph, and has a star-studded cast including Andy Lau, Ge You, Hu Jun, Leon Lai, Zhang Ziyi, Donnie Yen, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Zhao Wei, and directors Jiang Wen, Chen Kaige and John Woo, many of whom make cameo appearances so brief they could be easily missed; the leading roles are played by actors equally renowned in China, such as Tang Guoqiang and Zhang Guoli, but they are less well-known internationally. A CFG spokesman said many stars answered Han Sanping's call to appear in the film, and waived their fee. Thus, the movie kept to its modest budget of 60–70 million yuan (US$8.8–$10 million). According to the executive at one of China's top multiplex chains, the film unusually marries "the core of an 'ethically inspiring' film with commercial packaging."


Cast:
Tang Guoqiang 
Zhang Guoli  
Xu Qing    
Liu Jin  
Chen Kun  
Wang Wufu   
Wang Xueqi 
Liu Sha    
Wang Bing  
Vivian Wu  
Xiu Zongdi 
Liu Yiwei 
Hu Jun 
Jackie Chan 
Jet Li 
Zhang Ziyi 
John Woo 
Donnie Yen 
Andy Lau 
Zhao Wei 
Chen Kaige 
Liu Ye 
Leon Lai 
Jiang Wen 
Ge You 
Huang Xiaoming 
Chen Daoming 
Chen Hong 
Gong Beibi 
Wang Baoqiang 
Wang Xuebing 
Chen Hao 
Wu Gang 
Tao Zeru 
He Lin 
Guo Degang 
Sun Xing 
Huang Shengyi 
Fan Wei 
You Yong 
Feng Xiaogang 
Miao Pu 
Wang Jian 
Ning Jing 
Feng Gong 
Sun Honglei 
Tong Dawei 
Chow Yun-Fat 
Tony Leung Chiu-Wai 
Liu Hua 
Che Yongli 
Teddy Lin 
Hou Yong 
Xu Fan 
Deng Chao 
Guo Xiaodong 
Fan Bingbing 
Dong Xuan
Li Youbin
Feng Yuanzheng
Ding Zhicheng
Wendy Wang
Chen Shu
Che Xiao
 Mao Zedong
 Chiang Kai-Shek
 Soong Ching-Ling
 Zhou Enlai
 Chiang Ching-Kuo
 Zhu De
 Li Zongren
 Liu Shaoqi
 Zhang Lan
 Soong May-Ling
 Fu Zuoyi
 Li Huang
 Gu Zhutong
 Reporter
 Chen Shaokuan
 Gong Peng
 Liu Wenhui
 Tian Han
 Yu Jishi
 CPPCC member
 Feng Yuxiang
 PLA old soldier
 Cai Tingkai
 Mao Renfeng
 PLA Fourth Division leader
 Li Yinqiao
 Yan Jinwen
 Reporter
 PLA female soldier
 PLA Fourth Division soldier
 PLA Fourth Division soldier
 Fu Dongju
 Wen Yiduo
 Wu Tiecheng
 PLA female soldier
 Cameraman
 Du Yuming
 Broadcaster
 Guo Bencai, Cook
 Bai Chongxi
 Du Yuesheng
 CPPCC member
 Ren Bishi
 CPPCC member
 CPPCC member
 Hu Liwei
 

Movie Trailers:
 

 
 

 
Movie Premiere 2009:
You can see Huang Xiaoming sitting in the audience about 1:30 mins into the clip.
 

 

Tiny Dust, True Love | Searching for Dust (2009)

About:
Tiny Dust,True Love is a 2009 film directed by Dong Shen and written by Zi Zhuang He.

Huang Xiaoming has a guest appearance in this movie.

Also Known As:
Tiny Dust, True Love
Searching for Dust
Xun Zhao Wei Chen

Country: China
Language: Mandarin
Release Date: 3 December 2009
Runtime: 90 min
Genre: Drama

Director: Shen Dong

Cast:
Huang Bo 
Tang Guoqiang 
Huang Xiaoming 
Chen Hao 
Wu Gang 
Xia Yu 
Zhang Shan 
Li Ting 
Wang Jing 
Cheng Yaoyao 
Ni Ping 
Cong Shan 
Wang Yan 
Zhang Lei 
Cao Yuan
Zhu Yuanyuan
Wang Lei
 Driver Liang Bo     
 Party President
 Traffic police
 Community police
 Doctor
 Zao Bao reporter
 Patient's Husband
 Dian Tai reporter
 Nian Nian's mother
 Nian Nian
 Hotel boss
 Hospitalized woman
 Inspector
 Driver Du Lei

The Message (2009)

Also Known As:
Feng Sheng

Country: China
Language: Mandarin
Release Date: 22 September 2009
Runtime: 114 min
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller, War

Directors: Chen Kuo-Fu, Gao Qunshu

About:

The Message (Chinese: 风声) is a 2009 espionage thriller set in 1942 Nanking, featuring a cast of top Chinese stars. The film was adapted from Mai Jia's 2007 novel, The Message, and was co-directed by Chen Kuo-Fu and Gao Qunshu.

The Message has received excellent reviews by critics despite of being a blockbuster itself and was nominated for a total of thirteen awards at the 2009 Golden Horse Film Festival, 2010 Asian Film Awards, 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards, and 2010 Hundred Flowers Awards. It won the best film award at 17th Beijing University Student Film Festival. Li Bingbing won the Best Leading Actress Award at the 46th Golden Horse Film Awards for her role as the code-breaker chief in this movie.


Cast:
Li Bingbing 
Zhou Xun 
Huang Xiaoming 
Zhang Hanyu 
Alec Su  
Wang Zhiwen 
Ying Da 
Ni Dahong 
Liu Weiwei 
Duan Yihong 
Zhu Xu 
Shi Zhaoqi 
Wu Gang 
Zhang Yibai 
Deng Jiajia 
Ai Dai 
Liu Yun 
 Li Ningyu
 Gu Xiaomeng
 Takeda / Wu Tian      
 Wu Zhiguo
 Bai Xiaonian
 Wang Daoxiang
 Jin Shenghuo
 Lao Bie
 Female Killer
 Ye Jianbo
 Lao Zhe
 Commander Zhang
 Liu Ye


 Showgirl
 Nurse

 

Story

In Nanking 1942, following a series of assassination attempts on officials of the Japanese-controlled puppet government, the Japanese spy chief Taketa (Huang Xiaoming) gathers a group of suspects in a mansion house for questioning. A tense game of "cat and mouse" ensues as the Chinese espionage agent attempts to send out a crucial message while protecting his/her own identity.

April 26, 1940, former Nationalist vice president Wang Jingwei made peace with Japan and set up a Japan-supported regime during World War II, a puppet government. Oct 10, during an anniversary ceremony of the government, a Wang government high official was assassinated. Taketa (Huang Xiaoming), chief intelligence officer of the Japanese Imperial Army, believed that it was an action of an underground anti-Japan group "Old Ghost". He believed there was a mole, nicknamed "Old Ghost" (aka The Phantom) inside the Wang government's Anti-Communist Command. Determined to catch Old Ghost, Taketa sent a false telegraph and arrested 5 suspects who saw the telegraph, bringing them to the closely guarded fortress Qiu Castle.

They are: (1) Anti-Communist squad captain Wu Zhiguo (Zhang Hanyu), (2) Bai Xiaonian (Su Youpeng), an aide to the commander, (3) chief telegraph decoder Li Ningyu (Li Bingbing), (4) mailroom staff Gu Xiaomeng (Zhou Xun) (5) military intelligence director Jin Shenghuo (Ying Da)

Taketa (Huang Xiaoming)and Wang Government's intelligence chief Wang Tianxiang (Wang Zhiwen) need to find out the "Old Ghost" in five days. Staying in the closed fortress for five days, the suspects were tormented from constant interrogations. They began snitching against each other for their own survival, and there were more and more horrific physical torture coming up. The interrogators were getting impatient, and the tormented suspects were about to lose their sanity.
 

Movie Trailers:


 

 

The Message OST - sang by Huang Xiaoming:


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Sacrifice (2010)

Director: Chen Kaige

Cast:

    Ge You
    Huang Xiaoming
    Wang Xueqi
    Fan Bingbing
    Zhang Fengyi
    Vincent Zhao
    Hou Yong
    William Wang
    Hai Qing
    Xiao Jian
    Peng Bo
    Liu Zhibing
    Ethan Li


Also Known As:
Zhao Shi Gu Er

Country: China
Language: Mandarin
Release Date: 18 December 2010
Genre: Drama, History
Company: 21 Century Shengkai Film

Story

The story is set in the Jin state during the Spring and Autumn Period of ancient China. The chancellor Zhao Dun and his son, General Zhao Shuo, have a rift with General Tu Angu. Tu secretly murders the duke with poison and pushes the blame to the Zhao family, using that as an excuse to massacre the entire Zhao clan of about 300 people. The only survivor is Zhao Shuo's baby son Zhao Wu, born to the duke's older sister Princess Zhuang. Zhuang pleads with Tu Angu's subordinate Han Jue to spare her child and commits suicide after entrusting Zhao Wu to the physician Cheng Ying, telling Cheng to bring the child to Gongsun Chujiu, a friend of the Zhao family. When Tu Angu learns that the orphan had escaped, he slashes his sword at Han Jue's face in anger, disfiguring him. Subsequently, Tu issues orders to seal the gates and to gather all newborn babies in the city. The ploy was to identify the Zhao orphan since Tu was counting on those hiding the baby(Cheng) to not hand him over; hence singling out the one baby left in the city to be the Zhao infant.

Cheng Ying brings the baby Zhao Wu home, but alas, his wife gives up the child to the searching soldiers, claiming Zhao Wu as her own son. Cheng then asks Gongsun Chujiu to bring his wife and son (disguised as Zhao Wu) out of the city, while he stays behind to try and retrieve baby Zhao Wu from Tu Angu. Tu finds Cheng suspicious and Cheng lies that the Zhao orphan has been taken out of the city by Gongsun. Tu then leads his soldiers to Gongsun's house and finds Cheng's wife and son. Mistaking Cheng's son as the Zhao orphan, Tu kills the infant, Gongsun and Cheng's wife.

Cheng is devastated by the loss of his family and he swears vengeance on Tu Angu. He brings Zhao Wu to Tu's house and raises the boy there. Tu misbelieves that Zhao Wu is Cheng's child and treats him like a son. Zhao Wu gradually grows up under Tu's tutelage and develops a father-son bond with Tu. Cheng Ying also forges a close friendship with the disfigured Han Jue and they secretly plot to help Zhao Wu avenge his family.

One day, Cheng Ying breaks the truth to Zhao Wu, telling him that Tu Angu, who has been a fatherly figure to him for the past 15 years, is actually the murderer of his family. Zhao is unable to accept the truth initially but his attitude changes as he hears from Han Jue about how Cheng Ying sacrificed his own son to save him. Zhao and Cheng finally confront Tu Angu, but Tu is aware of Zhao's true identity, as over the years, he has noticed that the boy resembles Zhao Shuo. Zhao Wu engages Tu Angu in a sword fight but is no match for Tu. At the critical moment, Cheng sacrifices himself to give Zhao an opportunity to stab and kill Tu. The film ends with the dying Cheng having a vision of his reunion with his family.


Movie trailer for International release (2012) in English:


Movie trailer for Chinese release (2010):



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