Marvel Studios has revealed the full cast of “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings,” its first Asian-led superhero film.
Starring Chinese Canadian actor Simu Liu, “Shang-Chi” will open in theaters on July 9, 2021, after being pushed back twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Star Trek: Discovery” star, Michelle Yeoh, applauds Marvel for “finally” making an Asian-led superhero movie in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”
“Killing Eve” star Sandra Oh has been tapped to lend her voice alongside Michelle Yeoh in the adaptation of the best-selling children’s book “The Tiger’s Apprentice.”
The project, which is under Paramount Animation, will become the directorial debut of Carlos Baena, a Pixar animator who previously worked on “Wall-E” and “Toy Story 3,” according to The Hollywood Reporter (THR).
Michelle Yeoh and Lena Headey have certainly gotten closer on the set of “Gunpowder Milkshake.”
On Thursday, Headey shared a short video showing exactly what it’s like to work with the “Crazy Rich Asians” star — especially when she “hates” you.
Michelle Yeoh has been officially tapped to play a role in the much awaited sequels to James Cameron’s “Avatar.”
According to Deadline, the 56-year-old Malaysian actress will play the role of scientist Dr. Karina Mogue, as announced via the official social channels of the film franchise.
Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh, most recently of “Crazy Rich Asians” fame, said in an interview Sunday that she doesn’t think Oscar nominations should be doled out solely for the sake of diversity.
Speaking to E!’s Giuliana Rancic on the red carpet of the 91st Academy Awards, the 56-year-old BAFTA nominee revealed that although she was disappointed by the lack of nominations for female directors this year, she also wouldn’t approve of the idea of nominating people based on gender alone, rather than merit.
Michelle Yeoh took to Instagram to share an unfortunate injury over her Valentine’s weekend in Paris.
Apparently, the “Crazy Rich Asians” star suffered a “bad trip” — and advised fans not to look if they’re squeamish.
After a few months of waiting, it has been confirmed that Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh is finally getting her own standalone “Star Trek” spin-off on CBS All Access.
Many fans were surprised to see Michelle Yeoh wearing the emerald ring from “Crazy Rich Asians” on the Golden Globes red carpet on Sunday night.
Michelle Yeoh finds a stark contrast in her time as an actor for Hollywood game changer “Crazy Rich Asians” and her 2000 fantasy drama “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.”
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the 56-year-old star recalled how actors in the Ang Lee movie received no recognition, despite the fact that it had 10 Academy Award nominations and eventually won four (Best Foreign Language Film, Best Art Direction, Best Original Score and Best Cinematography).
The movie, which will feature the music of George Michael and his song of the same title, is scheduled for release on Nov. 15 next year, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“Crazy Rich Asians” star Michelle Yeoh is reportedly in talks to reprise her role as Captain Emperor Georgiou in an untitled “Star Trek: Discovery” spin-off that is set to be released in CBS’ All Access streaming platform.