Sandra Oh, Randall Park, George Takei and Bowen Yang added to Asian American star lineup of ‘Gremlins’ prequel series
- Sandra Oh, Randall Park, George Takei and Bowen Yang were announced as guest stars in the animated prequel series “Gremlins: Secrets of Mogwai.”
- Zach Galligan, who played Billy in the original film franchise, is also set to make a return.
- Already announced to lead the series are actors James Hong as the grandpa, Ming-Na Wen as Fong Wing, BD Wong as Hon Wing and Izaac Wang as Sam Wing.
More familiar faces have been added to the lineup of Asian American stars lending their voices to the upcoming animated prequel series “Gremlins: Secrets of Mogwai.”
During the show’s panel event at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, Sandra Oh, Randall Park, George Takei and Bowen Yang were announced as guest stars in the 10-episode series, with Zach Galligan, who played Billy in the original film franchise, also set to make a return.
Media outlets confirmed earlier this week that comedian Ali Wong and her entrepreneur husband Justin Hakuta are getting a divorce, but two of them used a photo of the #wrongasian.
Wong and Hakuta, both 39, met in 2010 at a friend’s wedding reception and got married in 2014. Hakuta is the son of Japanese American inventor and TV personality Ken Hakuta and was the former vice president of healthcare company GoodRx. Wong and Hakuta share two daughters: Mari, 6, and Nikki, 4.
“To All The Boys” film series lead Lana Condor is set to star in an action-comedy Hulu series written by Randall Park.
The details: The half-hour comedy “Take Out,” which is still in development, will run under 20th Television studio, The Hollywood Reporter exclusively learned.
What started as a social media joke has now turned into something serious as director and actor Stephen Ford pitched a Disney+ spin-off for Agent Jimmy Woo played by Randall Park.
Park, 46, received a cult following online for his role as Jimmy Woo in the Disney+ series “WandaVision.” Fans of the show later speculated the character’s spin-off, and Ford suggested a show in the style of FOX’s “X-Files,” Slash Film reported.
A little more than a year after starring as Ali Wong’s love interests in Netflix’s “Always Be My Maybe,” Daniel Dae Kim and Randall Park are teaming up again for an Asian American-led heist movie at Amazon Studios.
The untitled project, based on the script of Young Il Kim (“Billions,” “Rodham” and “Seoul Girls”), will reportedly focus on high school friends who reunite “in a nod to the classic, fun ensemble heist films.”
“Fresh Off The Boat” and “Always Be My Maybe” star, Randall Park, has been tapped to co-host a hybrid alternative-scripted series called “True Story.”
Park will be joined by “The Office” and “The Hangover” star Ed Helms in the comedic series, according to Deadline.
According to the 45-year-old actor, the star of “Always Be My Maybe” and “Fresh Off Boat”, the company’s mission is to develop “comedy-forward stories from Asian American perspectives for all audiences,” Variety reported.
“Fresh Off The Boat” star Randall Park and his wife, actress Jae Suh Park, just celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary.View this post on Instagram
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“Always Be My Maybe” star Randall Park revealed that the car sex scene he shared with Ali Wong in the film was actually based on his first time.
The memorable scene, which shows Park’s character Marcus having awkward sex with Wong’s character Sasha in his car, is among the earlier scenes in the film that establish their relationship when they were younger.
A teaser clip of the upcoming rom-com featuring comedian Ali Wong and “Fresh off the Boat” star Randall Park has been released.
Wong herself shared the first glimpse of the film “Always Be My Maybe” on her Instagram account on Tuesday.
Randall Park has joined the cast of DC Comics’ “Aquaman,” according to Director James Wan, who made the announced on Twitter today.
ABC’s “Fresh Off The Boat” is reportedly at risk of getting canceled, so lead actor Randall Park is appealing to fans to help save the show.
Park, who plays Louis Huang, patriarch of the show’s Chinese American family, made his appeal via a video included in a poll spearheaded by USA Today. The publication’s survey listed 30 television shows — “Fresh Off The Boat” included — that are in danger of being canceled.