(Photo by Rich Ryan) So I got a chance to interview some of the cast of Theater Mu’s AGAIN for another article I was doing (at a place with editors unlike this hackjob here I call home), and if you are so inclined, I’d get a ticket and see it if you can (cause apparently […]
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I mean, that’s just, I mean, so cute! The lyric video.
If that’s what they’re calling it–I’m on board with it, but at the same time–did he ever go out of style? Okay–fine….no one really should have re-made IL Mare because you know… It’s IL Mare… Fine…Keanaissance it is.
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After a clean sweep at the Oscars for the major acting categories, A24 will release a new series on Netflix called BEEF, starring Ali Wong and Steven Yeun, on April 6. The series is about how a road rage incident (video above) spirals into an out of control feud. After premiering at SXSW (like so […]
I’ve never been to South by Southwest (“SXSW”) in Austin, Texas, where part of the overall set of conferences and art festivals is a film festival. Literally one year after ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once” premiered at SXSW, Joy Ride premiered. I’m only aware of this because of social media, and I watched one of […]
I’ve been following Randall Park ever since I first noticed him in a Wells Fargo television ad back in July of 2008. So I was really happy to see a recent segment on PBS NewsHour about his directorial debut and on Asian American representation: “Since starring in the hit sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat,” Randall […]
After seeing Everything Everywhere all at Once (EEAAO) win a slew of Academy Awards, are you wondering where you can see the cast together again? Disney+ recently announced that American Born Chinese, a series based on the graphic novel by Gene Luen Yang, starts on May 24 on Disney+ and features Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy […]
Although we have talked about Asian American voter apathy for years now, recent elections in places like Georgia are said to have swung based on increased Asian American voter turnout. Does that mean that Asian American civic involvement, which more than just voter turnout, is increasing? The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace looked at Asian […]