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I’m really enjoying seeing Randall Park do the talk show rounds. Here he is on CONAN, talking about what it was like to kiss James Franco. Also, check out clips of Randall talking about his daughter Ruby as Baby Mentalist … Continue reading
The movie Eden made its world premiere at this year’s South by Southwest and it immediately made waves among the SXSW crowd. The movie snagged the Audience Award for Narrative Feature and director Megan Griffiths received the SXSW Chicken & … Continue reading
In Sunset Stories, Sung Kang plays JP, a man who is unexpectedly reunited with his ex-girlfriend (Monique Curnen) who is now a nurse that just lost a cooler full of bone marrow that she was supposed deliver for a transplant. … Continue reading
If you haven’t noticed, 8Asians has nothing but love for A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas (and the entire Harold & Kumar franchise for that matter) — and why shouldn’t we? The movie has two Asian leads in off-beat … Continue reading
Exclusive! Ask John Cho or Kal Penn a Question; Win Tickets to the Premiere of ‘A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas’
UPDATE 10/31/11 @ 9:30PM: Congrats to AnnPantaleon & declan who will be attending the Premiere! Congrats also to commenters AlPavangkanan, anunez587, ChrisML, henkster, jedifreac, JerryWon, KenNarasaki, ksakai1, legotech, Luv4theGame, MIDesigns, miheekimkort, nekohime, nregina.adams, tammyt110, w_liu483… their questions were all selected … Continue reading
About a month ago, I kept getting pinged by people sending me links to the video of California-based electronic pop band IAMMEDIC jumping around in Star Trek uniforms. I’m a sucker for a Starfleet uniform, so I got in touch … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we have heard from Wayne Wang. In fact, it’s been a while since we have seen him cover some Asian ground in film — but that’s where Snow Flower and the Secret Fan comes into … Continue reading
As the son of an Academy Award-winning director, Mason Lee could easily use his name as leverage to get into some highbrow movies suitable for snotty cinephiles and artistic thespian-types. The Hangover Part II doesn’t necessarily scream “highbrow,” but it’s … Continue reading
You may recognize Jamie Chung from The Real World: San Diego, but since then she has been taking the same route of fellow Real World alumna, Jacinda Barrett (she was in the London season) and becoming a legit non B-movie … Continue reading
In a recent post on NYMag.com’s pop culture blog Vulture, they posed the question, “Are Martial Arts Ruining Movies?”; citing movies like The Green Hornet, last year’s primary source of Asian American casting controversy, The Last Airbender, and, of course, … Continue reading
Cary Joji Fukunaga may not be the first name that pops into your mind when you think about Brit-lit movie adaptations like Jane Eyre — but for a director who directed Sundance bait and cinematic high-brow fare like Sin Nombre … Continue reading
I was lucky enough to attend an early screening of Inception at the Arclight in Hollywood on Wednesday night. Like Dino-Ray, I enjoyed how thought-provoking the film was, and truth be told—two days later, I’m still reeling at how mind-blown … Continue reading