What happens when you are the casualty of two opposing forces who threaten your way of life? How does that affect a person — being the collateral damage? For Beef actor Joseph Lee, who plays George, a man whose wife Amy‘s (Ali Wong) battle with the stranger she had a road rage incident with, he thinks about his own experiences dealing with people and setting boundaries.Continue reading “‘Beef’ Star Joseph Lee Finds Humanity in Being Collateral Damage”
It was a road rage incident in real life that inspired showrunner Lee Sung Jin to write the dark comedy, Beef. As he was driving on the 10 Freeway in Los Angeles, Lee was cut off by a white SUV — very similar to the car that Ali Wong’s character drives in the series.Continue reading “Netflix’s ‘Beef’ Thriller Vibes Came as a Surprise for the Cast”
Netflix has just announced the all-star cast — led by executive producer Ali Wong — for its upcoming supernatural animated series from first time show runner Echo Wu, Jentry Chau vs. the Underworld!Continue reading “Netflix’s ‘Jentry Chau vs. the Underworld’ Animated Series to Star Ali Wong”
From the creators of the award-winning series Big Mouth comes the new adult animated spin-off, Human Resources. The talented voice cast features Nick Kroll, Maya Rudolph, Aidy Bryant, Randall Park, Keke Palmer, Brandon Kyle Goodman, and David Thewlis. As we approach the premiere, Netflix has just released the official trailer as well as a new set of guest stars!Continue reading “Watch the Official Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Human Resources’”
Get your animal print ready for next Halloween! Comedian Ali Wong is back for her third comedy special on Netflix! After her first two specials — Ali Wong: Baby Cobra and Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife, it’s about time Wong wore a title fitting of her ascension in Hollywood — the Don Wong.Continue reading “Ali Wong is the ‘Don Wong’ in New Netflix Comedy Special”
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down for a NOC Exclusive interview with Actor, Miya Cech, currently starring as Samantha Sawyer-Wei on the Nickelodeon series, The Astronauts and will have a starring role in the highly-anticipated independent feature film Marvelous and the Black Hole premiering at the Sundance 2021 Film Festival! ENJOY!Continue reading “NOC Exclusive Interview: Actor, Miya Cech, of Nickelodeon’s ‘The Astronauts’”
According to Ali Wong, kissing Daniel Dae Kim in her new movie Always Be My Maybe was just ‘pure joy.’
We don’t blame her.
Just in time for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Netflix dropped the trailer to the anticipated Asian American comedy, Always Be My Maybe.
The most anticipated romantic comedy of the year Always Be My Maybe has finally released a teaser. Well, most anticipated rom-com for Asian Americans everywhere. The film is set to release on May 31 on Netflix and stars comedian Ali Wong (Baby Cobra) and Randall Park (Fresh Off the Boat).
Netflix’s Always Be My Maybe, starring comedians Ali Wong and Randall Park, started filming this week in Vancouver, Canada. Written by Wong, Park, and Michael Golamco, the romantic comedy is about childhood sweethearts, Sasha (Wong) and Marcus (Park), who have … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Starring Ali Wong and Randall Park Begins Production