Movie star Fan Bingbing receives Chinese New Year gift from actor Liam Neeson


Fan Bingbing will star opposite Liam Neeson in the action film, 'Ice Road 2: Road To The Sky'. Photos: Fan Bingbing/Instagram

Chinese movie star Fan Bingbing recently received a Chinese New Year gift from Irish actor Liam Neeson.

On Monday (Feb 12), Fan, 42, took to Instagram to share a selfie with Neeson, 71.

Her post was accompanied by a caption that read: "Feeling blessed to have the opportunity to work alongside such a genuinely kind soul like Liam. Thank you for the beautiful flower and Chinese New Year wishes."

The actress also posted a photo of a potted plant and a card she received from Neeson, who's known for his roles in Schindler's List (1993) and the Taken trilogy (2008 to 2014).

"Bingbing, a healthy and a fulfilling and happy new year to you and your lovely family. It is a great pleasure and honour to work with you," read the note.

Fan's post quickly gained attention and has amassed over 56,600 likes at press time. Many netizens also left comments praising the Green Night (2023) star for her no-makeup look.

Fan is set to star opposite Neeson in Ice Road 2: Road To The Sky, the sequel to American filmmaker John Hensleigh's actioner The Ice Road (2021). The film is currently in production in Australia.

Ice Road 2 sees Neeson reprising his role as ice road driver Mike McCann, who travels to Nepal to scatter his brother's ashes. When Mike and his mountain guide run into a group of mercenaries while travelling on a tour bus, they are forced to fight to save themselves, the passengers and the country.

Fan will be playing as Dhani, a veteran Mount Everest guide with strong indigenous knowledge and exceptional fighting skills, according to entertainment news site Deadline.

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