Netflix’s first look at the upcoming season teases some new faces and some new drama for Devi and her friends.
The stars of “Mr. Malcolm’s List” dish on the significance of colorful casting and their experiences in expanding the short film to a feature.
After almost a decade of performing with the a capella group The Filharmonic, musician V.J. Rosales is striking out on his own.
The “Liv and Maddie” actor can be seen exploring the afterlife alongside Lana Condor in the new Netflix mini-series “Boo, Bitch.”
The “Hustlers” actress stars as Katie Buranek, a war correspondent determined to uncover the circumstances surrounding a deadly ambush.
Lauren Ho’s latest novel follows a career-driven woman who finds a surprising match on a co-parenting website.
The reboot of the 1996 film stars Lai as Rina Kimura opposite Dominic Sherwood’s Mason Pollard.
Amid the seas of LGBTQ dramas in mainstream media, Joel Kim Booster, Andrew Ahn and friends have crafted a slice of sun-soaked paradise.
Justin Chien and Sam Song Li will play the titular brothers, while Michelle Yeoh will star as the pair’s mother.
The producer shares how he and the rest of the film’s cast and crew updated a classic story for 2022, while staying true to the spirit of the originals.
The second teaser for the Sony Pictures film also reveals glimpses of characters played by Andrew Koji, Sandra Bullock, Bad Bunny and more.
Known for her video sketches and stand-up performances, Okatsuka isn’t afraid to say what’s on her mind.
Known for her work on “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Raya and the Last Dragon,” Lim now stands poised to make her directorial debut.
Tune in this Saturday to Amazon Music’s virtual event, featuring musicians like Guapdad 4000, Luna Li, Woosung and more.
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