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Actor and comedian Eugene Cordero has spent years logging roles on some of the most beloved sitcoms around. Now, he’s kicking things up a notch.
Ke Huy Quan, Michelle Yeoh, and “R.R.R.” songwriter M. M. Keeravani took home awards, while pianist Chloe Flower performed throughout the evening.
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The latest film from the “Shoplifters” director centers on South Korean baby boxes, where mothers can leave infants they’re unable to raise.
Once a genre dominated by white voices and faces, period dramas like “Bridgerton” and “Mr. Malcolm’s List” have begun to open the doors of history to actors of color.
Li Jun Li hopes her character can shed light on some of Hollywood’s systemic issues, which have persisted since the birth of filmmaking.
Mitchell stars as Vanessa in the Prime Video film, which premiered on Dec. 9 and follows two couples in New York City.
The 20th annual Unforgettable Gala took place on Dec. 17, 2022 and honored Stephanie Hsu, Minha Kim and Steven Yeun, among many others.
After a nine-year hiatus, legendary director Hayao Miyazaki will make his long-awaited return this summer with Studio Ghibli’s upcoming film, “How Do You Live?” Expected to be Miyazaki’s last […]
Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan have also been nominated for individual acting awards, while Dolly De Leon is up for recognition after her turn in “Triangle of Sadness.”
“Leonor Will Never Die” premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival and marks Escobar’s feature directorial debut.
“Squid Game” star Lee Jung-jae took on the director’s chair for the Korean espionage thriller, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this past May.
Van stars in as a holiday movie director who finds herself in her very own Christmas rom-com when a network executive shakes up her film set.