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[C-Artist] Sean Xiao Zhan 肖战


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Films:

2018    Monster Hunt 2    捉妖记2    
2019    The Rookies    素人特工
2019    Jade Dynasty    诛仙    

 

Dramas:
2016    Super Star Academy    超星星学园    
2016    Shuttle Love Millennium    相爱穿梭千年2:月光下的交换
2018    Oh! My Emperor    哦!我的皇帝陛下    
2018    Battle Through the Heavens 斗破苍穹
2019    The Untamed    陈情令    

2019    Joy of Life    庆余年
2020   The Wolf    狼殿下             
2021     Douluo Continent    斗罗大陆            
2022     The Oath of Love    余生,请多指教

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new pictures release by Xiao Zhan studio of him being in spot wears, he had been quiet recently due to all the controversy, ppl had spotted him wearing an army uniform at a point, wondering whether is he coming out slowly back into the limelight, his fans had been diligently posting his pictures to keep XiaoZhan in the light and media attention

 

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till today i remember this clips.....and here i am sharing it again....about how clueless XiaoZhan was when NaYing drop the fish behind him and still go ahead and sing his part, luckily he didnt see it if not i dont think he will be able to finish the song either 

 

 

 

and the actual full song....that completed till NaYing laughing at the last parts due to her accidentally dropping the fishes lols

 

 

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2 minutes ago, MayanEcho said:

I hope he just couldn't make it to the press con, and not because he's replaced. 🙁 @NiteWalker

 

im not sure, because it seems like the scandal hasnt blown over and there are even still ppl going after his throat for it....and there are comments stating that it is best he doesnt get any work for now....

 

its really a harsh world....to be honest i wonder what is the whole scandal really is about...

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1 minute ago, NiteWalker said:

its really a harsh world....to be honest i wonder what is the whole scandal really is about...

 

Sadly, the rabid fans went too far. Nobody would forget easily when their means to express themselves were curtailed because of snowflakes.

 

It wasn't his fault he couldn't react much sooner either. But since the scandal was big news, brands dropped him and producers are cautious working with him.

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13 minutes ago, MayanEcho said:

 

Sadly, the rabid fans went too far. Nobody would forget easily when their means to express themselves were curtailed because of snowflakes.

 

It wasn't his fault he couldn't react much sooner either. But since the scandal was big news, brands dropped him and producers are cautious working with him.

 

what actually did those rabid fans did?

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12 minutes ago, NiteWalker said:

what actually did those rabid fans did?

 

They rabid fans thought they can bully to silence anyone. The problem got worse when he couldn't fully address the issue. 😔

 

"Fans can make or break a star. No idol better understands this than Chinese star Xiao Zhan, whose meticulously nurtured public image was toppled by his army of devoted fans overnight.

 

"The recent incident, which pop idol management professionals see as an utter disaster, can be traced to a piece of fan fiction depicting Xiao as a cross-dressing sex worker falling in love with another famous male idol, Wang Yibo. The piece was published on Archive of Our Own or AO3, the go-to website for China’s animation, comics, game and novel subculture fans, and a Chinese social platform called Lofter.

 

"Offended that their squeaky-clean idol’s image was given the homoerotic treatment in the fan fiction, his fans reported the piece in question to the Chinese authorities for containing “prostitution and pornographic content”.

 

"China’s censorship police later took down AO3 and Lofter, rendering the sites inaccessible to millions of Chinese internet users, who are not Xiao fans, but enjoy viewing the fan fiction, fan art and other fan works contributed by users on the sites..."

 

Source: SCMP

 

"Wang Hanlin, a 27-year-old AO3 fan, told the Global Times that she was upset that Xiao did not clearly apologize for the A03 incident. 

"He knows his fans made a mistake but doesn't dare to say it because he does not want to give up the benefits these fans bring him by offending them. I didn't feel his apology was honest," Wang said."

 

Source: Global Times CN

 

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I don't know too much about him because I haven't seen him in anything (although, watching The Wolf now so I will eventually see him in something), but I heard about his scandal on NPR. It was something that started because of a fanfiction and just escalated into something more. He went from being one of the most loved actor to one of the most hated and he didn't even do anything. 

 

Fandom culture can be so toxic sometimes. It doesn't surprise me that many celebrities eventually develop anxiety and depression. Fame and fortune, at what price? Sigh.

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My friend watched The Untamed and recommended it for me to watch. Maybe when I have time during the holidays, I'll take a look at it. It seems interesting. 

 

I've been watching The Wolf and his character is actually really likeable. Here are two .gifs I made of him. =)

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On 11/23/2020 at 1:34 AM, Tofu said:

I don't know too much about him because I haven't seen him in anything (although, watching The Wolf now so I will eventually see him in something), but I heard about his scandal on NPR. It was something that started because of a fanfiction and just escalated into something more. He went from being one of the most loved actor to one of the most hated and he didn't even do anything. 

 

Fandom culture can be so toxic sometimes. It doesn't surprise me that many celebrities eventually develop anxiety and depression. Fame and fortune, at what price? Sigh.

 

yes and i think there are more than meet the eyes too...

 

however XiaoZhan definitely pay a heavy price for it....it will not be easy for him to come back, ppl are still aftering his neck for it...as that fanfiction actually took out the whole website because of his fan action....

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