Dae Kim and 'The Hot Zone' cast address the timeliness of the series and the challenges of depicting real-life individuals like Rudy Giuliani.
The "Lost" alum plays an FBI special agent in "The Hot Zone: Anthrax."
The actors play an FBI agent and a microbiologist in season 2 of NatGeo's fact-based anthology series.
From George Takei to Jamie Chung to Jon M. Chu to Dave Bautista, celebrities and creators share personal stories of racism and how to move forward. "We're going to be louder than you, and you're going to realize that there's more of us than there are of you."
He spoke out as results of a new study confirmed the lack of Asian representation in Hollywood.
The Korean American actor and producer talks about his upbringing and wanting better for his own children.
Hollywood’s Asian/Pacific Islander community reacted in shock and horror by the news of a mass shooting at three Atlanta area massage parlors that have left at least 8 people dead, including 6 Asian women. A 21-year-old suspect is in custody and a motive has not yet been established. “The race of the person committing the crime matters less than the simple fact that if you act with hate in your heart, you are part of the problem. And to those with the power to help and yet sit idly by, your silence is complicity,” tweeted Daniel Dae Kim, who added the hashtag #StopAsianHate. “The targeting of our Asian brothers and sisters is sickening, but not surprising given the normalizing of anti-Asian hate speech in the past year. We have to #StopAsianHate, enough is enough!” echoed Mindy Kaling. Also Read: Why Covering Anti-Asian Attacks Is So Personal for These TV News Reporters (Video) “Feeling overwhelming grief at the senseless murder of 8 people in Atlanta. Still much we don’t know, but it’s clear to me that the shooter specifically targeted Asian women. Praying for the victims’ families, and for my Asian sisters. Action to follow,” added Simu Liu, the lead in Marvel’s upcoming “Shang Chi.” Since the start of the pandemic, nearly 3,800 incidents of violence, discrimination or other forms of harassment were reported to Stop AAPI Hate, a reporting center that tracks hate incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. There were a total of 1,691 incidents reported in California, representing nearly 45% of all reported incidents. And of those who reported incidents, 68% identified as women. “The reported shootings of Asian American women on Tuesday in Atlanta is an unspeakable tragedy – for the families of the victims first and foremost, but also for the AAPI community — which has been reeling from high levels of racial discrimination,” Stop AAPI Hate tweeted on Tuesday night. “Few details have been released, including whether or not the shootings were related or motivated by hate. But right now there is a great deal of fear and pain in the Asian American community that must be addressed.” Check out more responses from Hollywood’s Asian/Pacific Islander community below: Three days ago, the leader of the House GOP called it the “China Virus” again. Words have consequences, especially those from our leaders. Reporters: Ask politicians who trade in racism if they feel responsible or remorseful for violence committed in the wake of their words. — George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) March 17, 2021 We’re going to use this rage. We know who and what to go after. We’re gonna take down every racist pillar in the hate-cult gun-worshipping far right basket of murderous a**wipes https://t.co/cc2I9BQrnv — Adele Lim (@adeleBlim) March 17, 2021 Oh my God. Help us. —> Atlanta Massage Parlor Shootings: Asian Women Among 8 Dead | Time https://t.co/lHnf9l7qdT — o l i v i a (@oliviamunn) March 17, 2021 I’m tired of being ignored, silenced and feeling like I don’t belong in this country because I’m not as loud, as influential, as wealthy. Because I’m Asian. These women matter. Their voices and their lives matter. #NotYourAsianSidekick #StopAAPIHate pic.twitter.com/Rh6BURbl0n — Chantal Thuy (@Chantal_Thuy) March 17, 2021 Every day. Every day there is something we have to stand up against. I am so mad and tired. There will always be something for them to hate. They will always fear what is different. #stopaapihate #StopAsianHate — Parvesh Cheena🌹 (@Parvesh) March 17, 2021 This is sooo heartbreaking…praying for our world. To my Asian American family, please take time to grieve but know youre loved, seen and IMPORTANT. We have to keep standing up, speaking out, rallying together and fighting for change. We cannot lose hope!! ❤️#StopAsianHate #NOW https://t.co/Xm4ojbJALw — Jeremy Lin (@JLin7) March 17, 2021 Read original story Daniel Dae Kim, Mindy Kaling and More Denounce Atlanta Area Mass Shooting: ‘Enough is Enough’ At TheWrap
Police have identified a person of interest in connection to three assaults against the Asian community in Oakland, California's Chinatown district.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Daniel Dae Kim are among the actors featured in the 60-second video.
Daniel Dae Kim will lead an all-star cast in a recreation of the original “The Adventures of Superman” radio serial during the second installment of DC FanDome, Warner Bros. announced Friday.Kim is one of three actors who will voice Superman in the one-hour production, which is being produced using original scripts recently found in Warner Bros. archives. The event is being held in support of The Creative Coalition, a Hollywood nonprofit that aims to address entertainment industry issues as well as urgent social issues.Joining Kim as Superman in the production is Wilson Cruz (“Star Trek: Discovery”) and current Creative Coalition president Tim Daly (“Madam Secretary’). Also appearing are Jason Alexander, Troian Bellisario (“Pretty Little Liars”), Erich Bergen (“Madam Secretary”), Anthony Carrigan (“Barry”), Terry Crews (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), Sam Daly (“Hunters”), Lea DeLaria (“Orange Is the New Black”), Giancarlo Esposito, Sean Giambrone (“The Goldbergs”), Nicholas Gonzalez (“The Good Doctor”), Jason Isaacs (“Star Trek: Discover”), Richard Kind (“American Dad”), Eric McCormack (“Will and Grace”), Dean Norris (“Breaking Bad”), CCH Pounder (“NCIS: New Orleans”), Anthony Rapp (“Star Trek: Discovery”), Yolonda Ross (“Black Lightning”), Caterina Scorsone (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Tony Shalhoub (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Tamara Tunie (“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”), Henry Winkler, Alfre Woodard, and Constance Zimmer (“House of Cards”).Also Read: 'The Batman': Will Bruce Wayne Also Face Off Against the Court of Owls?The performance of “The Adventures of Superman” will be available beginning on demand for 24 hours beginning Sept. 12 at 10:00 AM as part of DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse, the second installment of the successful virtual Comic-Con alternative, which debuted in August. The event can be accessed at DCFanDome.com.“We are thrilled to join comic fans and creators at DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse to bring the original Superman to life and celebrate the arts,” The Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk said in a statement. “We encourage Superman fans to learn more about The Creative Coalition’s mission to support the arts by visiting TheCreativeCoalition.org. We are grateful to Warner Bros. and DC for supporting that work.”Airing from 1940-1951, “The Adventures of Superman” was notable for introducing several core concepts which have since become core elements of the Superman mythology. Among them were the iconic “Up in the sky! Look! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!” catchphrase, the element kryptonite, and Superman’s friend Jimmy Olsen. The show is also widely credited with destroying the reputation of the Ku Klux Klan and causing membership to plummet, thanks to a 1946 storyline in which Superman took on the racist terrorist organization.You can see a trailer for DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse, below:Explore the far corners of the DC Multiverse. Take your love of DC to the next level for 24 hours beginning 9/12. All fans welcome. 🌎🌍🌏DCFanDome pic.twitter.com/jPXjofsqHJ— DC (@DCComics) September 4, 2020Read original story Daniel Dae Kim to Lead All-Star Recreation of ‘The Adventures of Superman’ 1940s Radio Serial At TheWrap
EXCLUSIVE: Daniel Dae Kim and Randall Park are going from polar opposite love interests to Ali Wong in Always Be My Maybe to teaming up for the ultimate plan to snatch some loot. The duo is partnering for an untitled Asian American-led heist film that will be penned by screenwriter Young Il Kim, who has worked on […]
The Hong Kong-born action star, 65, shared a personal PSA on Friday. He said that while it’s a challenging time for people — as the number of confirmed cases soared past the 1 million mark — we are in it together.
"Lost" actor Daniel Dae Kim says he's "virus free" after COVID-19 diagnosis as he’s photographed walking his dog.
Evangeline Lilly’s proclamation that the coronavirus is a hoax and she won’t be self-isolating received much criticism, now including from one of her "Lost" co-stars.
New Amsterdam is shelving an upcoming episode about a flu pandemic out of respect for the current coronavirus crisis sweeping the globe. "The world needs a lot less fiction right now, and a lot more facts," series creator David Schulner writes in an essay for Deadline. "We showed what happens when our hospital has to […]
Daniel Dae Kim is apparently on the road to recovery from COVID-19. He posted an updated status today on Instagram that referenced "the medicines that helped me recover" and thanked fans for their support. The Hawaii Five-O and Lost alum previously said that he tested positive for the coronavirus and talked about his experience in a […]
“Yes, I’m Asian and yes, I have coronavirus," the "Lost" and "Hawaii Five-0" actor said. "But I did not get it from China, I got it in America. In New York City."
A LOT of people are into Keanu whispering "I missed your thighs" in the trailer for "Always Be My Maybe."
Good Doctor executive producer Daniel Dae Kim is set to step in front of the camera — and on a few toes — before Season 2’s end. In what will mark his first primetime role since his high-profile exit from Hawaii Five-0, Kim is set to recur as new chief of surgery Dr. Jackson Han, […]