Asian subscribers may have been frustrated at the limited library available to them when Netflix first launched in the region, but Del Deo is quick to reassure that Netflix is committed to not only expand the platform’s documentary offerings but also finding more diverse, authentic voices from the region.
The actress chatted with Yahoo Lifestyle SEA about acting opposite Mark Ruffalo, and what it’s like be an Asian in the industry.
For a movie that charts one of the earliest stories in the #MeToo movement, Bombshell doesn't shed much light on the women's side of the issue.
I felt like my gaze couldn’t linger for too long on a character, one second too long and the hair on the back of my neck would stand.
Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore spoke to the star of the television phenomenon about the whole experience while she was in town for the premiere of the Downton Abbey film.
Golden Horse Award winner Anthony Chen’s artistry shines through in his sophomore film and in the painstaking way he develops characters.
Instead of inviting friends and family to celebrate the union of two people as husband and wife, Love, Again opens up with a lavish affair that is soon revealed to be the exact opposite of that. Hyun-woo (Kwon Sang-woo) and Sun-young (Lee Jung-hyun) are getting divorced in the most public of ways, even to the point of taking commemorative photos with their family to mark the occasion. Things get even more complicated with the arrival of Sang-chul (Lee Jong-hyuk) — an old schoolmate of Hyun-woo’s — saves Sun-young after an accident.
Ng uses food as a way to frame and tell stories of people from all walks of life, from migrant workers, to home cooks, and even a food scientist.
"Stand By Me" bills itself as a refreshing take on the romantic comedy, but it hits many of the beats seen in other films in the genre.
We chatted with Oscar-winner Regina King, who plays Angela Abar in HBO's new series based on the graphic novel "Watchmen".
16 years after hit Korean drama Snowman, Gong Hyo-jin and Kim Rae-won reunite to play an older, but not necessarily wiser pair of adults who keep having the worst luck in love.
Originally slated for release in late 2017 by The Weinstein Company, The Current War was withdrawn from wide release at the last minute when company co-head Harvey Weinstein was accused of sexual abuse.
Unfortunately, Yong-Nam finds himself both without a job or girlfriend after graduation, a fact which his mother Hyeon-ok (Go Doo-shim) reminds him of constantly. In fact, even when Yong-Nam organises a 70th birthday celebration for his mother, he is soon beset upon by relative after relative mentioning these facts ad infinitum. Now Yong-Nam has to use his rock-climbing skills to make sure Eui-Ju and his family make it out alive.
Marla (Anya Taylor-Joy) must rescue her younger brother Charlie (Gabriel Bateman) from a Playmobil world.
When Robin Thede is asked about the best piece of advice given to her, she says it came from fellow comedian Larry Wilmore on The Nightly Show. “He told me that as a boss, you are not responsible for making people happy, your only job is to provide an environment where they can thrive.”
We are sitting in a room in The Arts House, an oasis of calm and coolness in comparison to the sweltering heat outside, and Yeo Siew Hua is explaining how it took him two years of spending time with migrant workers before he felt comfortable enough to feature them in his award-winning film, A Land Imagined. A Land Imagined (which is on Netflix, by the way) tells the story of a police investigator tasked with finding a missing migrant worker, and the film interweaves themes of human connection, alienation and migrant issues. It won international acclaim at film festivals, most notably clinching the Golden Leopard Grand Prize at the Locarno Film Festival in 2018.
"Blinded by the Light" is a love letter not only to Springsteen, but to any music fan who finds salvation and escape in their favourite music.