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29 January 2010 | 09:26 pm

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29 January 2010 | 12:00 am

Rui En,

You are the reason why we are all going to smile like Ding Dong today.

Happy Happy Happy Birthday.

Thank you so much for appearing in our lives.

Remember to be happy, always.

Again, Happy Birthday. Here’s to many birthdays TOGETHER ahead.


Heartfelt Wishes
RBKD
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29 January 2010.

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27 January 2010 | 02:49 pm

赞新搭档瑞恩皮肤好

在新戏中,彭耀顺饰演第6感特强的周文安,因为看得到鬼魂张扬(陈汉玮饰),而被迫帮忙他的家人,也对其妻子思琪(瑞恩饰)产生爱意。

虽然未曾与瑞恩合作,并觉得她很神秘,不知合作起来会如何,但彭耀顺大赞:“听说她是个可爱的女孩,而且皮肤很好”。

至于陈汉玮,彭耀顺和他去年底同时入围《亚洲电视大奖2009》最佳男主角表,最后由彭耀顺脱颖而出。但陈汉玮的演技有目共睹,彭耀顺说他很尊重对方,甚至因为必须和他演戏,而感到心悸。

此外,继在《Polo Boys》中饰演父子,彭耀顺和鹤天赐再度同台,但彭耀顺却成了眼中钉,因为鹤天赐戏中女友对彭耀顺产生好感。彭耀顺笑说,如果两人要争女人,他会让鹤天赐赢,因为他是美男子!

《我在你左右》从5月12日起,每逢星期一至五晚上9时,通过8频道播出。

Source: Xin.sg

Categorised in With You 我在你左右, Xin.sg.

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27 January 2010 | 11:51 am

洪铭铧

No. 戏剧 | 平均人数

1. 主妇的假期 | 107万6000
2. 团圆饭 | 102万7000
3. 乒乓圆 | 101万6000
4. 书包太重 | 98万6000
5. 未来不是梦 | 96万4000

6. 企鹅爸爸 | 96万3000
7. 心花朵朵开II (最后27集) | 93万000
8. 双子星 | 91万6000
9. 当我们同在一起 (前24集) | 91万1000
10. 添丁发财 | 87万5000

委制剧《煮妇的假期》小兵立大功,拿下2009年新传媒戏剧收视冠军,而新传媒全年惟一代表作《当我们同在一起》却遭滑铁卢。

贺岁剧的档期一般不讨好,往年难得出头,但《团圆饭》去年一鸣惊人,陈汉玮、陈莉萍、王昱清、朱厚任、莫小玲等主角的精彩演绎,吸引102万7000人观看,坐亚望冠。

十大中除了首两部,排名第四的《书包太重》、第六的《企鹅爸爸》、第七的《心花朵朵开Ⅱ》、第十的《添丁发财》都是属于家庭伦理剧。

《当我们同在一起》遭滑铁卢

以年轻的四生四旦领衔主演、较具都会色彩的《未来不是梦》勉强打入五大,但号称重头强打的豪门恩怨剧《双子星》,排出14年后再度合作的两大阿姐郑惠玉和范文芳,加上阿哥李南星、郑斌辉,观众却未达百万,只排第八位,让人大跌眼镜,引发阿姐过气已非收视保证之论。

另一部号称《小娘惹》原班人马制作、演出的《当我们同在一起》播映至年底,超过大半,收视差强人意,几乎位居末席。以怀旧包装的作品,过去几乎全胜而归,《当》成了第一个滑铁卢意外,连抬出《小娘惹》招牌也无法热起来,究竟是创作或制作出问题?最受力捧的欧萱以量身定作角色重拳出击,全年惟一代表作竟遭大败,是否证明她缺乏观众缘,耐人寻味,值得分析研究。那些迫不及待封欧萱为阿姐的人,是否操之过急?

陈靓瑄突破形象挂帅的《添丁发财》也遭挫,或许是它的题材和前年的《奶爸百分百》太相近而被嫌弃。

看看十大排名,阿姐失利之后,吸引收视的是真正的实力老将,至于被视为接班主力的“公主们”,表现也都七零八落,随着谢宛谕的离开,名不符实的“公主”荣衔或许应该“入土为安”?

Source: Zaobao

Categorised in My School Daze 书包太重, Ratings 节目收视率, The Dream-Catchers 未来不是梦, Zaobao.

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26 January 2010 | 10:35 am

The 29-year-old actress will play a mother for the first time in upcoming drama I’m With You. Good thing she’s a-ok when it comes to kids

26 January 2010
Text: Jamie Yap | Photos: Jamie Yap | Video: Alan Yong

If you’ve bought into Rui En’s all-sunshine-no-dark-clouds chirpiness and outgoing character in current drama Happy Family — a far cry from the ice-cool and poised figure she cuts in person — then the local starlet’s next role shouldn’t take much to convince you likewise.

The wisp-thin actress, who turns 29 this Friday, is set to play a mother of a seven-year-old child in upcoming drama I’m With You — and a widowed, pregnant one at that, after onscreen hubby (played by Chen Hanwei) gets killed in an accident and becomes a ghost who bugs the only human (Adrian Pang) who can see him to help his family out.

It’s a role “totally different from what I did in Happy Family,” she admits, before adding that it also felt “very foreign and alien” to her at the beginning, especially with it being her virgin attempt at matronly personas.

Then again, there’s nothing like research to handle the apparent lack of maternal intuition.

She’s done all her homework to ensure she nails the part. “I read a lot of books and spoke to some mums about what’s it like to be a mother and being pregnant so I know more about the mannerism and emotions. Apart from these little details, the rest is up to me to immerse myself in the role to make sure I pull it off convincingly.”

More crucially, she’s not allergic to children, unlike the showbiz proverb of actors never working with kids or animals. In fact, this lass has been volunteering at a children’s home since last year. Never mind that it started out as a New Year’s resolution (for 2009).

“I promised myself that I’d some charity work because it’s something I think I should have done a while ago, but frankly I was lazy. Finally, last year, I volunteered at a kids’ home. I visited the kids and also took them on outings like to the beach and organise things like Christmas parties.”

Because she’s an only child in her family, she considered the time spent with the home’s kids, mostly of primary and secondary school-going age, to be “the first time I was really interacting with children. Before that I doubted my ability to get along with them, but after this I realize it just comes naturally.”

While we don’t doubt that her comfortableness around kiddies will come in handy as he plays mummy in the show, we’re curious as to how she feels about her first-ever collaboration with Adrian Pang, who winds up falling for her in the series. After all, the actor’s Mandarin-speaking anathema is just about as well-known as her own bête noire on filming intimate scenes.

“I can understand his apprehension and feelings,” she says good-naturedly. For my first few Chinese dramas, I started out from being a position where I’m not good with speaking Mandarin. I worked with Pierre Png before and these guys really memorise word for word, so I know it can be stressful. So I do sympathise and I’ll definitely help him out.”

Her co-star also made headlines of late when it was confirmed he would leave TV station MediaCorp (the date is set for this April) for a career in theatre, the medium with which he originally started in.

With their show seemingly being his last Chinese drama production before he bids adios to TV land, Rui En simply said, “If he thinks it’s the right thing to do, and now is the right time to go, I say go with what you feel. Then I support his decision.”

I’m With You debuts May 2010 on Ch 8.

Source: MediaCorp

Categorised in MediaCorp, With You 我在你左右.

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24 January 2010 | 10:21 pm

1. Cover Story Pages 36 – 42:

绝境突破!

“如果自己没准备好,给你演一部商业巨片,自己又演不好,全世界都看到你的失败,不是更糟吗?”

“我向来不会看重成绩,比较着重过程。去年我回到基本而拍《过好年》让我找到很大的满足感,终于明白自己为何要当演员,以前自己会比较迷失,现在每天都期待开工。不过我不喜欢’突破’这个字眼。突破和做得好是两回事。”

2. Starbuzz Page 29

本月29日即将迈入29岁的瑞恩,提前一星期与粉丝会庆生。酷妹体恤粉丝,特别吩咐他们别花钱买礼物给她,粉丝们于是动手制作卡片和”纪事”簿给她。看偶像看得那么仔细投入,粉丝们应该觉得值得了!

3. TV Page 100

揭!09本地收市最强

8频道戏剧Top 10
1. 小娘惹 (最后4集)
2. 主妇的假期
3. 团圆饭
4. 乒乓圆
5. 书包太重
6. 未来不是梦
7. 企鹅爸爸
8. 心花朵朵开II (最后27集)
9. 双子星
10. 当我们同在一起 (前24集)

4. 电视MSN

Extract:

芭芭拉姬: 是咯,丁冬真的几可爱的,我看恩恩一直装酷妹都看到腻了,幸好这次她换pattern。
随便小姐: 恩恩和我一样嘛,酷久也闷,cute cute扮笨多好。

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20 January 2010 | 06:39 pm

请问:如果你是小冬,你要怎么帮爷爷改掉坏脾气让大家都愿意回家呢?

最有创意的朋友将能赢取瑞恩亲笔签名《过好年》精美海报1张!

活动日期:即日起至1月31日止

参加办法:请将你的答案(回答中英文不拘)email 至 promo8@mediacorp.com.sg

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Source: MediaCorp

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19 January 2010 | 01:48 pm

TV Guide

小迷看电视

陈澍城在《过好年》里头饰演面恶心善杂货店老板,将子女逐一敢出家门,最终在养孙女瑞恩的穿针引线下,一家团圆。据说瑞恩跟陈澍城在戏里有不少感人的亲情好戏,值得期待。

过好年(首播)

8频道 晚上9.00

小冬(瑞恩饰)与收养她的爷爷建业(陈澍城饰)在牛车水一带开设售卖新年装饰品的小店,她单恋在母亲陈婶的内衣店里帮忙的豪杰,陈婶也很喜欢小冬,希望小冬能成为她的媳妇。年轻日本人野口成康(金沛晟饰)告诉建业自己是他的孙子,建业与小冬感错愕。

Source: Zaobao

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19 January 2010 | 10:15 am

Tough cookie Rui En turns all sunshine and rainbows in upcoming Channel 8 series “Happy Family”. And she tells us that fragrance played a part in her transformation.

By Han Wei Chou | Posted: 19 January 2010 0932 hrs


Rui-En plays Yang Xiaodong in the Channel 8 drama ‘Happy Family’.

SINGAPORE : The Rui En that we see in upcoming Channel 8 serial “Happy Family” is very different from the Rui En we know.

In “Happy Family” which airs on January 19 on Channel 8, Rui En plays an orphan Yang Xiaodong who helps an old man that adopted her, Dong Jian Ye (Chen Shu Cheng) to reunite him with his children, who he had driven away due to various incidents in the past.

Rui En’s screen persona Xiaodong is outgoing, optimistic and smiles a lot in the first half of the drama though she does quite a bit of crying in the second half. Xiaodong seems to be made out of sunshine and rainbows when compared with the tough, cool women Rui En had played in the past.

The 28-year-old actress said it took quite a bit of effort to play her character, who she described as “simple” and “a little bit like a little girl sometimes”, a far cry from the pensive, poised and composed person she is in real life.

Rui En, an avid perfume collector, wore perfume from her collection that she did not usually wear and listened to upbeat, happy music to get into character.

That’s not all. She changed the way she behaved and even the way she cried to be as convincing as possible.

“I changed the way I walked, the way I talked. I tried to change the way I cried because I felt this character would cry very directly, instead of the way maybe more mature people tend to fight it and hold it back,” she said. “I used a lot of things that I hope will add up to create a very real character.”

However, Rui En said she has returned to her same old self. While playing the cheerful Xiaodong did not change who she was, Rui En confided that participating in this production about family ties did cause her to think about her own relationship with her family.

Her parents separated when she was just 17. She now lives with her father, stepmother and grandmother.

“I was very touched by the story,” she said “It made me re-evaluate whether or not it was worth getting irritated with my family… is it worth it getting irritated over something small,” she said.

‘The Running Girl’ crosses the finish line

It has been a decade since Rui En burst onto the screen as ‘The Running Girl’ in a SingTel television advertisement in 2001.

She went on to appear in numerous dramas and was named one of the top ten most popular female artistes at the annual Star Awards from 2005 to 2009. She also released two music albums and even wrote all the lyrics for her songs in the second one.

That is quite a feat for a girl who said she entered showbiz because she was incredibly insecure and took on roles that disgusted herself in the early part of her career.

“It seems a lifetime away, even though it is just ten years, I feel like a completely different person [now] and I think I can say I have reached a point where I am at peace and very happy with the way I have chosen to conduct my life,” she said, adding that she had taken all the bad press about her ‘lack of PR’ and other misconceptions about her in her stride.

“I am at peace even with the misconceptions people have of me,” she said. “It is part and parcel of the job. It’s something that you have to accept if you are in this line.”

Looking ahead, Rui En said she has no intention of developing her career overseas yet and pointed out two things that she resolves to do in 2010.

“One is to spend more time with my family. Next is to be more prudent in terms of finance. Don’t spend so much and be a little more disciplined about saving”, she said.

Was it because she has a little too many bottles of perfume in her collection?

“Ya, ya, exactly,” she said with a wry smile.

Catch Rui En in “Happy Family” on Channel 8 on weekdays from January 19 at 9pm.

 
Source: channelnewsasia.com

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