Photos of Liu Yifei’s stunt double for “Mulan” have gone viral on social media this week, leaving some users curious about the movie’s fate if she actually played the role.
The double, Liu Yaxi, reportedly shared images of herself as Mulan on Weibo Monday, but somehow took them down shortly after.
A middle-aged man walking upside down through hanging ropes is the latest hit in China.
Lin Liangwang, 44, has been practicing the stunt for more than six months in his hometown of Muyun in Fu’an county, Fujian Province.
International action star Jackie Chan showed off his expertise on Steve Harvey’s show after the host challenged him to give feedback on amateur stunt people.
In the short clip SteveTV released earlier this month, Chan was asked to watch the start of stunts attempted by individuals and guess how each of them would turn out.
Cheung Jai, a 27-year-old daredevil from Hong Kong, who performs deadly vertigo-inducing walks on rooftops and other high places, recently walked on a ledge of a police headquarters building.
(Disclaimer: Please do not try this at home or anywhere.)
A man who was filmed jumping on a series of pillars in Beach Road, Singapore, has gone viral on social media.
In a video shared by the All Singapore Stuff Facebook page, the man can be seen jumping without stopping across 15 horizontal pillars, swinging his arms each lunge.
A California man who tried to open a wine bottle using a popular YouTube hack is discouraging similar attempts after his epic fail.
Lawrence Guo, who hails from San Leandro, was hanging out with a friend on February 27 when he tried to open a bottle of Stella Rosa Pink and the corkscrew broke.
Yahoo Entertainment released an article on the untimely death of Wu Yongning, a social media star known for his daring stunts on Chinese skyscrapers; unfortunately, they used a photo Wu Vanness, a Taiwanese drama star married to Singaporean heiress, Arissa Cheo.
In an archived version of the article, Yahoo Entertainment, through syndicated website Hollywood Life, reported correctly on Wu Yongning’s demise. The young man, who was only 26, plunged to his death from a failed stunt on November 8, as confirmed by his girlfriend on December 8. In an unfortunate mix-up, however, the publication featured an image of Wu Vanness instead of Wu Yongning, the former very much being alive and well.
A Snapchat stunt went horribly wrong after Singapore teen Jonathan Chow jumped over the railing in Orchard Central mall and fell four floors to this death.
The 17-year-old’s friend, Ruth, who was recording the stunt, said Chow wanted to take a video of each other leaping over the mall’s banister to a ledge below that he believed was made of concrete.
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