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Fan Bingbing’s Hollywood Comeback: Gratitude Toward Liam Neeson and Buzz Around New Film

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Fan Bingbing’s Hollywood Comeback: Gratitude Toward Liam Neeson and Buzz Around New Film

Actress Fan Bingbing Expresses Gratitude to Co-star Liam Neeson for New Year’s Gift

Mainland Chinese actress Fan Bingbing, who has been focusing on her career overseas after facing a ban in her home country, recently took to Instagram to express her gratitude towards Hollywood star Liam Neeson for a thoughtful New Year’s gift.

The actress, who has been filming “The Ice Road 2: Road to the Sky” in Australia, shared a photo alongside Neeson on the set, thanking him for a New Year’s greeting card and a potted plant filled with New Year’s flavor.

Fan Bingbing’s post garnered attention and sparked discussions among netizens as some expressed concern about the actress’s appearance, noting that the harsh filming conditions seemed to have taken a toll on her, while others commended her dedication to her work.

Despite facing challenges in recent years due to a tax scandal in 2018, Fan Bingbing has continued to pursue opportunities in Hollywood, having previously appeared in blockbuster films such as “Iron Man 3” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past”. However, some fans expressed hope that she would receive more roles in the future.

The actress’s involvement in the tax scandal not only impacted her personal career but also had significant repercussions in the Chinese entertainment industry, which has been subject to increased scrutiny and regulation by Chinese authorities in recent years.

As the entertainment industry in China continues to face challenges, Fan Bingbing’s resilience and determination to pursue opportunities abroad have been commendable, earning her respect and support from fans and colleagues alike.

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Editor’s note: This article was written by Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia.

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