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LOS ANGELES: Since Takeshi Kaneshiro’s photo session and an international commercial, advertising an international tea giant, came to light, people's attention more and more focused on the Asian star who's charming. Judging by the online photos online, they feature Takeshi Kaneshiro dressed in white shirt and military green slacks amidst scenic landscapes, holding tea products up to the camera from time to time or playing with elephants. Seeing the use of elephants and a hot-air balloon, one can not help but secretly wonder, what is the production team that has created
such a rated match with Hollywood ad? (want to learn more...)
TOKYO: Usually, when I'm in Tokyo, only three names
matter a lot to me. Joel Robuchon, Sadaharu Aoki and Pierre Hermé.
This time, I added one more to the top of my
list: Takeshi Kaneshiro.
He doesn't cook or whip up any sweets, but,
gosh, he's gorgeous. The actor of Japanese and Taiwanese parentage stars in the
Japanese movie, "K-20: The Fiend with 20 Faces", which is in cinemas
Also starring Takako Matsu and Toru Nakamura,
the film is a screen version of the comic book, set in a fictional Japan where a
19th-century class system continues to thrive. "K-20" (short for
"Fiend with 20 Faces" - in Japanese, of course) is a mysterious
masked thief who steals from the rich and gives to the poor. Kaneshiro plays
lead character Heikichi Endo, a circus acrobat who is mistakenly believed to be
the course of the action, the Fiend's identity is finally unmasked.....read the_rest of the article...
STRIKE while the iron is hot, they say. With
heart-throb Takeshi Kaneshiro fresh from his success playing Zhuge Liang – the
wise premier and adviser of General Liu Bei in John Woo’s historic war epic Red
Cliff – Emporio Armani snapped up the star in July to be the label’s new face.
Headlining Emporio Armani’s 2008 autumn and
winter marketing campaign, Kaneshiro is the first Asian model to front a
campaign for the Italian label, joining the likes of other celebrities such as
football stars David Beckham and Kaka, and actor Josh Hartnett. Kaneshiro’s
first prominent modeling contract was with Prada a decade ago.
This gives French cosmetic brand Biotherm Homme
all the more reason to be convinced that they have made the right choice. The
image of someone who is famous, healthy and positive, Kaneshiro is seen as the
perfect interpretation of the brand as he is “natural, modern, confident and
Biotherm Homme is your
first attempt at being a spokesperson for a men’s skincare range and your first
endorsement ever. How long have you been the face of Biotherm Homme?
"I don't think Asian people get very good roles in Hollywood"
just 31 years old, Takeshi Kaneshiro is one of Asian cinema's fastest
rising superstars. Half-Taiwanese and half-Japanese, he hit the big
time as a teen pop idol in the early 1990s, then graduated from music
to movies with roles that include the critically-acclaimed Chungking
Express, Fallen Angels and Returner. Avid videogame fans may also
remember him as one of the voices of the button-bashing beat-'em-up
Onimusha, where he starred alongside French actor Jean Reno. Here he
talks about working on martial arts love story House of Flying Daggers.
In House Of Flying Daggers you play a very intensive role. How much martial arts training did you have to do?