It's back to school for heart-throbs Leon Lai Ming and Shu Qi. However, fans should not feel disappointed, their idols are not leaving them. Instead, they are acting in a movie set at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). The movie - directed by former HKU student Cheung Yuen-ting - is a romance set at the university. Talking of romance, there has been a happy ending to another showbiz story. Singer Vivian Lai Shui-yan has met her Prince Charming and is getting married in October. Although Lai declined to disclose the name of her soon-to-be husband, he is reported to be a rich Hong Kong businessman. Lai will release her final record in the summer and then retire from singing. The presence of Amanda Lee Wai-man in Alan Tam Wing- lum's music video gave a hint that she had decided to work for Polygram. Sources said Lee would get more than $30 million after signing the contract and would replace Priscilla Chan Wai-heng as the company's top female singer. 'All of you over-estimated the renumeration . . . I believe it's a good chance for me to revive my confidence in my singing career,' Lee said. Singer Coco Lee Man will fly to France to take part in the World Cup, but she said she would not be watching the football nor going shopping. She will perform in a concert for the opening ceremony, where she will meet Japanese 'music godfather' Tetsuya Komuro and the Fugees. Lee, who has been called 'Taiwan's Mariah Carey', said the invitation was a recognition of her success and said she felt pleased with her latest performances. The success of Face/Off convinced Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise to work with Hong Kong director John Woo. Woo was invited to direct Mission Impossible II, scheduled for release next summer. However, Woo has not yet decided whether to invite local showbiz artistes to join the production.