It’s true, a 4D Sex and Zen is coming, it was just announced. Heck, the original made buckets of cash, so a sequel was inevitable. Not sure what the 4D will be. Just a number change for the sequel? Total immersion? Vibrating seats? Actual porn stars have sex with you during the film? People running up and down the theater aisles spinning wheels on giant fake dongs? Smell-o-vision? The world awaits with baited breath. Okay, maybe they don’t await that baitedly. If you pay whatever the fee is and can read Chinese, you can read the rest of the article and it will explain the 4D. I’m hoping this means we get the 34D Invader, even though I think the original didn’t do so hot at the box office. I also think that is Sora Aoi in the link, so maybe she’s going to be in it, or the producer just likes to mention hot women to build up buzz.
UPDATE: Someone bothered to translate the article, so now we know the tentative title is 4D Sex and Zen: Slayer of a Thousand from the Mysterious East. And the 4D is just vibrating seats. Also Sora Aoi’s bandmates from Ebisu Muscats will also be in the film, as well as Alina Xu
The concept poster for Bauhinia Heroine – loosely “based” on the real life Bauhinia Heroine and starring Chrissie Chau and directed by Stephen Shiu, Jr (of 3D Sex and Zen fame!) has hit Weibo, the Chinese Twitter:
I especially love the photoshop failure rice cooker! Maybe space aliens are stealing food…
Bauhinia Heroine is a real life super hero who dresses in costume and gives money to the poor, highlighting the growing wealth gap in China. The actual identity of Bauhinia woman is unknown, but her methods have attracted the attention of 3D Sex and Zen filmmmaker Stephen Shiu Jr, who will be making a film about her with Chrissie Chau playing the superheroine. No decision has been reached on if it will be in 3D, but it will be an action film and there will be other masked characters.
As reported by WantChinaTimes, Bauhinia Woman first appeared in mid-May, giving HK$100(US$12.86) and food to 10 poor families. She has continued her efforts as her popularity exploded on the internet, because this is the kind of stuff the internet loves. Bauhinia Woman admits to being inspired by Kick-Ass (finally something good about that movie) and the classic heroine character Black Rose (see our in-depth reviews of the Black Rose films here and here), which is why she named herself after the flower that represents Hong Kong (bauhinia, for those of you unaware of what I am talking about)