Known for her work on “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Raya and the Last Dragon,” Lim now stands poised to make her directorial debut.
Newcomer Amy Wang will take over in lieu of Adele Lim and Peter Chiarelli’s departures from the project.
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We all know Harry Shum Jr. from his dazzling roles in “Glee” and “Shadowhunters,” but in his latest film “All My Life,” Shum shows his romantic side as Solomon […]
We’ve seen him in “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Charlie’s Angels,” but this summer, we got to watch actor Chris Pang in a brand new light—and cowboy hat. Pang plays […]
The Sundance Film Festival has long provided a welcome mat for projects from AAPI and other underrepresented creators. Māori drama “Whale Rider” received the 2003 World Cinema Audience Award, […]
2020 is almost upon us, but somehow, stories of Hollywood pay disparity are still making headlines. Just this week, it was revealed that “Crazy Rich Asians” screenwriter Adele Lim […]
Some have dubbed Awkwafina the Queen of 2018, but it’s a title that may well have to be adapted for 2019. On July 12, the “Crazy Rich Asians” star […]
Ah… summer—the season of hot, sweaty nights and making regrettable choices with a Tinder match. But are you single this summer? Don’t feel too bad. These seven eligible Asian […]
As the museum’s website will tell you, the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center is not “a traditional museum with a public building,” an eloquent way of saying that real […]
Sandra Oh and Darren Criss had another big night at the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards on Sunday, while “Crazy Rich Asians” picked up a trophy for Best Comedy. […]
“We don’t need to ask for permission ever again.”
“One movie every 25 years is just not f-cking enough.”