Hulu’s Fire Island has been met with warm reception for their celebration of queer romance, friendships, and found family. It’s such a joy to see a film like this surrounded by Queers of Color who get to celebrate each other. In this clip, provided by Searchlight Pictures, the cast of the film talks about their characters and their relationships with each other.Continue reading “Hulu’s ‘Fire Island’ Celebrates What it Means to be Family in Exclusive Featurette”
CJ ENM revealed their headline artists for the World’s No. 1 K-Culture Festival, KCON 2022 in Los Angeles! Celebrating its 10th anniversary, KCON 2022 LA presented by Toyota will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center and Crypto.com Arena from August 19-21.Continue reading “KCON Announces Full Artist Line-Up for KCON 2022 Los Angeles in August”
In the second season of Kung Fu, Ryan (Jon Prasida) goes through a lot. The fresh-out-of-med-school youngest Shen sibling was healing from the break-up with Joe (Bradley Gibson) from the end of season 1, but finds love with Sebastian (JB Tadena), the new head chef of Harmony Dumplings.Continue reading “Jon Prasida on Ryan’s Love Life and His Fighting Hopes for ‘Kung Fu’ Season 3”
The new Netflix drama series by Brad Falchuk’s company Falchuk Teley-Vision, The Brothers Sun, has been greenlit for production. Set in Los Angeles and Taiwan, the eight-episode series features an all-Asian writers room and all-Asian cast — and stars Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere All At Once).Continue reading “Michelle Yeoh Leads Cast of Netflix’s ‘The Brothers Sun’”
Marvel’s Thunderbolts is a go!
According to Deadline, Marvel Studios has found the director for the new film in Jake Schreier. Eric Pearson (Black Widow) is writing the script with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige producing.Continue reading “Marvel’s ‘Thunderbolts’ Finds its Director”
Eddie Liu suggested this season of Kung Fu should be called “Daddy Issues.”
It seems like everyone – except the Shen family — are dealing with dad problems. Mia’s (Vanessa Yao) father sold her out to Russell Tan (Kee Chan). Juliette (Annie Q) was straight up murdered by her dad — ollowed by Kerwin (Ludi Lin), whose father took over his body as a vessel.Continue reading “Eddie Liu on Henry’s Daddy Issues and His Place in the ‘Kung Fu’ Shooby Gang”
We all love John Cho.
This site is a John Cho-love fest. He’s broken barriers and pushes for change in the industry for Asians in the diaspora. Not only that, he’s a pretty damn good actor too.Continue reading “Check Out John Cho’s Father-Daughter Dramedy ‘Don’t Make Me Go’”
You’re probably thinking what I’m thinking — wait… Sandra Oh and Awkwafina are doing a sister comedy movie?! It’s happening!Continue reading “Sandra Oh and Awkwafina’s Untitled Sister Comedy Begins Production”
From the great animation director of The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach, and Coraline, Henry Selick has teamed up with Jordan Peele to create his next stop motion animation, Wendell & Wild.Continue reading “Sneak Peek at New Stop Motion Film ‘Wendell & Wild’”
Netflix kicked off their second day of Geeked Week with revealing the trailer and poster for their anticipated animated monster adventure The Sea Beast.Continue reading “Netflix’s Animated Adventure ‘The Sea Beast’ Trailer & Poster Reveal”
“I am the King of Dreams,” says Dream at the beginning of the trailer. “Ruler of the Nightmare Realm.”
Fans of the Neil Gaiman comic book series The Sandman have been waiting for this for a long time. Developed by Gaiman, David S. Goyer, and Allan Heinberg, The Sandman tells the story of Dream, aka The Sandman (Tom Sturridge) finally free from being captured for 105 years in an occult ritual.Continue reading “‘The Sandman’ Teaser Trailer and Premiere Date Revealed”
Netflix Geeked has revealed a new official trailer for the horror series, based on the classic video game and successful film franchise. The previous trailer, which was beautifully described here by my colleague, shows two different timelines — life before the outbreak where the Umbrella Company is trying to rebrand themselves to a more wholesome and safe look — to the outbreak of 2036 where many of us would recognize from the game and film world.Continue reading “‘Resident Evil’ Official Trailer & Images Revealed”
The anticipated live action series, based on the beloved manga and anime, One Piece is a step closer to premiering on Netflix.Continue reading “Behind the Scenes Look at Live Action ‘One Piece’”
It’s still shocking for me to hear about a Korean series being greenlit for a second season — when that kind of stuff is unheard for Korean shows. But, with All of Us Are Dead being the top 10 most watched non-English TV series in 91 countries for two consecutive weeks, Netflix got what they wanted and brought them back for a second season.Continue reading “Korean Zombie Series ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ Returns for Season 2”
The anticipated second season of Shadow and Bone has recently finished filming, which unfortunately means there’s no content for the series to show fans during Netflix Geeked Week. But they didn’t want to leave us hanging and had a video made just for the fans revealing some details from the upcoming season.Continue reading “‘Shadow and Bone’ Cast Describes Season 2 as “Full of Love””
Neflix Geeked has revealed a First Look at Season 2 of Warrior Nun.
Alba Baptista returns as Ava Silva, a quadriplegic teen who was previously dead, but brought back to life with a divine artifact embedded in her back. She discovers she has supernatural powers as part of the ancient Order of the Cruciform Sword — a team of nuns who fight demons on Earth.Continue reading “‘Warrior Nun’ is Back: First Look at Season 2”
Fate: The Winx Saga returns for its season season this fall.
Netflix Geeked didn’t want to leave fans wondering Paulina Chávez’s character Flora, the fairy of nature, who played a big role in the Nickelodeon animated series, which the series is based on.Continue reading “‘Fate: The Winx Saga’ First Look at Earth Fairy Flora”
Netflix revealed several of their new series as well as the return of some fan favorites, including Sweet Tooth and Locke and Key.Continue reading “Things We Learned on Day One of Netflix Geeked Week”
Director Mike Flanagan returns to Netflix with his upcoming horror mystery-thriller The Midnight Club, about a group of terminally ill teenagers who gather together at midnight to tell horror stories. One night, they make a pact to attempt to contact the first of them to die from beyond the grave. After one of them passes away, strange things begin to occur.Continue reading “Check Out the Teaser for ‘The Midnight Club’”
Netflix Geeked Week released a teaser for Guillermo del Toro’s horror anthology, Cabinet of Curiosities. From the mind of the acclaimed Academy Award-winning filmmaker and creator, del Toro has curated a collection of unprecedented and genre-defining stories meant to challenge our traditional notions of horror.Continue reading “Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ Teaser Trailer Released”
Netflix Geeked Week kicked off today with the teaser trailer of the anticipated Wednesday Addams series Wednesday starring Jenna Ortega.Continue reading “First Look at Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams”
Writer John Robinson IV wanted to tell a story that centered the astrology, particularly the zodiac signs. He had been a fan of the fantasy genre, but rarely saw any comic book stories that told it from a person of color point of view. He decided to combine his passion for writing and fantasy to create a world focusing on astrology and the stars, but with a lead character of color. This is how Scorpio was born.Continue reading “Get Your Copy of ‘Scorpio’ Volume 1 on Kickstarter”
Andrew Ahn tries to find something to relate to in every film or series he works on.Continue reading “‘Fire Island’ Director Andrew Ahn on Queer Relationships and Keeping Up With Pop Culture”