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Takeshi Kaneshiro is one of the rare breed of A-list model-actors who prefers to shy away from the media spotlight rather than hog it, yet after 20 years in the business, his star has never burned brighter
By Aaron de Silva Published: November 2012 | Page 1 of 1
All pictures courtesy of Emporio Armani
Think of some of the most influential, pop culture-defining films of the 1990s, and Wong Kar Wai’s Chungking Express (1994) springs to mind. It was Hong Kong cinema at its zenith, blending the unique vision of the auteur with the equally idiosyncratic style of Australian cinematographer (and frequent collaborator) Christopher Doyle. It was also noted for launching the career of (the then relatively unknown) Takeshi Kaneshiro, a fresh-faced actor of Taiwanese-Japanese descent.
Takeshi Kaneshiro: The Most Handsome Asian Man For The Low-Key Photoshoots
11/06/2011 – 10:28:07 Source: lifestyle.com.cn
If you were given one opportunity to meet Takeshi Kaneshiro, what would you do? Do you think he would be waiting for what you would do? A lot of people consider Takeshi Kaneshiro being cold (indifferent), staying away of publicity and when he acts in accordance to his image, he greaves: "When girls usually see me, what they do first is screaming, then they are running to me with the books, asking for autograph, and then, finally, they make group photos with me. After those three things done, they run away, and show off their happy moment to other people. And I am left there standing as a dumb, and no one comes up to talk about anything else. ‘So, if you have got a chance to meet Takeshi Kaneshiro, please, talk to him about the movies and his roles more, or you could talk about food, traveling, healthcare would be nice too, because’ he does not really like him as a celebrity, just an actor and nothing more”.
Two weeks ago at Cannes Film Festival there was a pleasant surprise with the movie "Wu Xia” .....READ MORE....
LOS ANGELES. Recently Takeshi Kaneshiro has been invited to a photo session for a "ELLEMEN Rui Shi" cover and interviews. Because of the sex scandal and gossip (it is rumoured that he got married on the 6th of July, 2011 to a Japanese woman) Takeshi Kaneshiro feels exposed and wants to clear up a few things. He called the rumours "making a mountain out of a molehill” and talked about his character. The following is the interview summary:
Most people picture Takeshi Kaneshiro as a fascinating face, the world's great sportsman, he is a frequent guest on the party list, but he just wants to be an ordinary person. The first night ceremony"K-20” with Takako Matsu, the Japanese TV drama co-starring queen, Takeshi Kaneshiro, will be held March 12 in Changchun. Recently, this reporter interviewed Takeshi Kaneshiro via e-mail, as he is as far away as Japan. Takeshi Kaneshiro answered each question very seriously, and even replied with an email asking for details. READ MORE....
Reporter: What was it like, filming the story of the Black Mask?
Takeshi Kaneshiro: I’ve known the story of the Black Mask since childhood. I think the black Tokyo Tower is very interesting. I started reading the CG, and when we finished editing, I thought, ‘I actually live in such a world, too, really cool. It is fascinating ah! Short, fun movies, action and CG, sound effects are all very good.’ READ MORE...
QUOTE: Since I went nuts over Red Cliff, the good people here at Ningin (and the good people who work with Takeshi Kaneshiro) allowed me to interview Takeshi Kaneshiro (that’s right, I bolded it twice- can you tell I was excited about this?) For those of you who haven’t been following my Red Cliff posts (shame on you, go read my blog!), Takeshi played a leading role in Red Cliff as famous military strategist Zhuge Liang. Read on for Takeshi on his role in Red Cliff and more.