He Jichen had an entire hard drive of videos. They were videos recorded in the He family home and were recorded for He Yuguang to remember him by after he left.
Since Ji Yi spent so much time with He Yuguang, a lot of videos featured her in them.
He copied those videos long ago. In the quiet evenings, when his yearning for her was unbearable, he watched them to satisfy his desires.
But now, he watched these videos to learn to flawlessly impersonate He Yuguang.
When Ji Yi came out of the study, the worker already completed all her duties and had left.
Ji Yi was the only one in the living room. After taking her medicine, she watched TV for a while, then went back to the bedroom when she felt bored. She grabbed her phone that was charging on the nightstand. With one glance, Ji Yi saw some messages from Tang Huahua: "Ah ah ah... have you guys heard? My favorite Cheng Weiwan story "Three Thousand Lunatics" has finally started shooting its TV series! Do you guys even know how popular this book is? It's Cheng Weiwan's masterpiece! It's definitely one of his classics; it's been a best-seller for ten years. To this day, the book is an undefeated legend in the publishing world!"
Ji Yi didn't really like to read, so she didn't really know about "Three Thousand Lunatics", but she knew Cheng Weiwan.
Many of her works had been made into TV adaptations, which created quite a few waves of new actors. The past two years, the entertainment industry called her "The Creator"as long as actors signed onto her shows, no matter if it was the leading role or a supporting role, they'd become overnight sensations.
After Ji Yi woke up from her coma, aside from the director for "Encounter", she also paid close attention to Cheng Weiwan. She never imagined that after waiting so long, Cheng Weiwan finally started shooting something new!
Ji Yi didn't respond in the Wechat group but headed straight to the internet and searched for the news Tang Huahua shared.
During dinner, she was still browsing through the top searches on Weibo for gossip on some celebrities. In the short span of time when she didn't look at her phone, the threads for "Cheng Weiwan" and "Three Thousand Lunatics" jumped up to first place on Weibo's top searches.
Just as Tang Huahua said on Wechat, this book was really popular; fans were already discussing it on Weibo. Some begged for them not to film, another person asked who the leading actress and actor were. There were even fans who started a poll to guess who'd be the most suitable actors for each character.
Ji Yi read all the related Weibo posts, but in the end, she was only able to find a little information about it. She learned that the producer for the TV series was called "YC" from New Entertainment.
Ji Yi researched the company on
What was even stranger was the company's contact information wasn't online, which meant that even if she wanted to star in the TV adaptation of "Three Thousand Lunatics", she couldn't even get in contact with the right people...
As Ji Yi swiped on her phone and browsed Weibo, she secretly cursed inside.
Suddenly, the bedroom door was pushed open. "He Yuguang" came walking in, carrying a medical kit.