The actress opens up about her roles in "Kill Bill" and "Charlie's Angels" and how there's more work to be done for Asian representation in Hollywod.
Lucy Liu talks parenting amid the rise in hate crimes against the Asian American community.
Lucy Liu just got a bundle of joyful news from ABC: She's been tapped to lead an untitled comedy pilot at the network, TVLine has learned. The multi-camera project — formerly titled Kids Matter Now and Bossy — follows Liu's Devin, a diva boss with no patience for working parents. But when Devin adopts a baby […]
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The "Desperate Housewives" creator says his new series speaks to his own personal experiences. Plus, what it's like leaving network TV behind for streaming with CBS All Access.
CBS All Access released the trailer for upcoming series “Why Women Kill,” and Ginnifer Goodwin just wants to know when her cheating husband will just die already.“Penny for your thoughts?” her husband asks while chewing loudly on meatloaf.Goodwin, casually clutching a knife, says, “I was wondering when you’ll die.”His response is a slightly nervous, “I’m not dying anytime soon,” — to which Goodwin replies, “You don’t know that.”The ten-episode drama series from “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry premiere on Aug. 15, and will air weekly on Thursdays. You can watch the trailer above.Also Read: Ginnifer Goodwin Joins Lucy Liu in CBS All Access Drama 'Why Women Kill'“Why Women Kill” stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu and Kirby Howell-Baptiste. The “darkly comedic” drama centers on three different women — a housewife in the ’60s (Goodwin), a socialite in the ’80s (Liu) and a lawyer in 2018 (Howell-Baptiste) — who are dealing with infidelity in their marriages. All three stories take place within the same house. Goodwin will play Beth Ann, a woman aspiring to be the ideal housewife in 1963. Liu plays Simone, a stylish woman who’s the picture of urbane confidence. And Howell-Baptiste stars as Taylor, a fiercely intelligent lawyer.Co-produced by CBS Television Studios and Imagine Television Studios, “Why Women Kill” is Cherry’s follow-up to “Devious Maids,” which ran for four seasons on Lifetime. Cherry will executive produce with Imagine’s Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo and Acme Productions’ Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis.“Why Women Kill” premieres August 15 on CBS All Access.Read original story ‘Why Women Kill’ Trailer: Ginnifer Goodwin Wants to Know When Her Husband Will Die (Video) At TheWrap
“Why Women Kill,” the CBS All Access drama from “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry, will premiere on Aug. 15.The 10-episode season will release episodes weekly on Thursdays.“Why Women Kill” stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Lucy Liu and Kirby Howell-Baptiste. The “darkly comedic” drama centers on three different women — a housewife in the ’60s (Goodwin), a socialite in the ’80s (Liu) and a lawyer in 2018 (Howell-Baptiste) — who are dealing with infidelity in their marriages. All three stories take place within the same house.Also Read: 'Star Trek: Picard': Everything We Know About Patrick Stewart's ReturnGoodwin will play Beth Ann, a woman aspiring to be the ideal housewife in 1963. Per CBS, “She is kind, cheerful and warm. But if you get too close, you start to see that she wears a mask to hide her pain. Beth Ann’s whole world revolves around her husband, and so she is understandably defensive and immediately in denial when told Rob is having an affair. Determined to learn the sordid details for herself, Beth Ann is in for a life-changing shift of perspective.”Liu will star as Simone, an elegant, stylish woman who’s the picture of urbane confidence and moves through the world as if it were a delightful movie starring her. Smugly superior, a woman for whom appearances mean everything, she’s seemingly happily married to her indulgent husband, Karl, who thinks she’s simply fabulous. Despite nagging premonitions, Simone is devastated and her world upended when she learns Karl is cheating on her.Howell-Baptiste will star as Taylor. Seen in 2018, Taylor is a fiercely intelligent, kick-ass woman, a lawyer, perfectly in control of her sensitive side when she chooses to display it. She is also very protective of her husband, who is content to play beta to her alpha. Described admiringly by her husband, Eli, she is “one hot feminist,” driven, impassioned, and very sexy. She’s also upfront about being bisexual, and she and Eli have an open marriage, which, so far, seems to be working.Also Read: 11 Lowest-Rated Broadcast TV Shows of the 2018-19 Season That Have Been Renewed - So Far (Photos)Co-produced by CBS Television Studios and Imagine Television Studios, “Why Women Kill” is Cherry’s follow-up to “Devious Maids,” which ran for four seasons on Lifetime. Cherry will executive produce with Imagine’s Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo and Acme Productions’ Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis.See two more images of Goodwin and Howell-Baptiste below:Ali Goldstein/CBSAli Goldstein/CBSRead original story ‘Why Women Kill': CBS All Access Sets Premiere Date for Marc Cherry Drama At TheWrap
The trio were also joined by Demi Moore, who starred with them in the 2003 sequel, 'Charlie's Angles: Full Throttle'
Lucy Liu became the second Asian-American woman with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and gave thanks to the first recipient, Anna May Wong, for paving the way for representation during the ceremony today. "When I moved to Los Angeles, I actually lived on Vine Street, so it's thrilling to have Anna May […]
ABC Studios International has put anthology series "Unsung Heroes," executive produced by Lucy Liu and Ruthanne Secunda, into development. The scripted show will tell the "untold stories of incredible women who overcame adversity to become pioneers of their time," showcasing highly accomplished women who were not acknowledged for their achievements during their time. The first […]
Why Women Kill‘s central trio is now complete — and it’s quite the murders’ row. Killing Eve co-star Kirby Howell-Baptiste has landed the third and final lead in Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry’s forthcoming CBS All Access dramedy, joining fellow headliners Ginnifer Goodwin and Lucy Liu. The series details the lives of three women living […]
Lucy Liu is joining “Luke Cage’s” second season, but not in front of the camera. Netflix and Marvel announced Tuesday that the “Kill Bill” and “Charlie’s Angels” star is set to direct the premiere episode of the superhero drama’s second season. Showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker said that Liu brings an energy to her directing.
Liu has been directing episodes of Elementary for several seasons now — as well as work for other shows and a short film — and has no trouble managing even when she’s in the scene she’s directing. The scene being shot is Shinwell (Nelsan Ellis) and Watson’s first interaction since he beat down Sherlock a few episodes ago, so the betrayal is still fresh. Take a look at the finished scene above, then see how they got there below.
Lucy Liu welcomed son Rockwell Lloyd via gestational surrogacy in 2015 and now reveals how motherhood has changed her life for the better. “The priorities shift,” the 47-year-old actress told "The Insider With Yahoo" as she celebrated 100 episodes of her CBS show Elementary. On Saturday, Lucy celebrated her little one’s first birthday with a sweet photo on Instagram.
It’s always fun trying to figure out the A-list voices in animated movies. Here, you can bone up on which stars to listen for this weekend when Kung Fu Panda 3 high-kicks into theaters. This exclusive group shot features the voice cast of the sequel — as well as a whole lot of pandas. A class photo of sorts, let’s zoom in and get a closer look (from left): J.K. Simmons, who plays evil Yak chi master Kai, looks like anything but a baddie in this jovial pose. And Kate Hudson appears to be having a great time, too. ...
If the big news about the fourth-season premiere of Elementary is that it introduces Sherlock Holmes’s father, the reason I watched the two episodes made available for critics is for who’s playing Daddy: John Noble, from my (and your?) beloved Fox show Fringe (2008-2013). As the brilliant, troubled Walter Bishop, Noble gave a wonderful performance — two of them, in fact, since he was Walter in parallel worlds on Fringe. Many of us feel Noble deserved an Emmy for the role, and I can only hope that moving to a bigger hit on a network more likely to attract Emmy voters will help Noble’s chances as he moves into Elementary on Thursday night in an episode titled “The Past Is Parent.” Putting aside my Noble-mania for a moment, the season premiere finds Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) coming to terms with his drug relapse from last season. This hasn’t helped his relationship with the law, and Aiden Quinn’s Gregson has some bad news for Holmes and Lucy Liu’s Watson about their continued employment with him.