steven yeun

  • Jordan Peele explains why 'Nope' had to be different from 'Get Out' and 'Us': 'I cannot give people the same thing'

    Writer-director Jordan Peele and stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun and Brandon Perea talk new sci-fi thriller "Nope."

  • 'Minari' director, cast talk Oscar-contending film's intimacy, role in representation of Asian American stories

    Director Lee Isaac Chung and cast members Steven Yeun, Yeri Han, Yuj-jung Youn and Alan S. Kim discuss how "Minari" is a tale as American as any.

  • Steven Yeun on the Honesty of ‘Minari’ and His Eclectic Career: ‘I Never Want to Lose That Sense of Wonder’

    Many actors dread comparisons to James Dean, the movie icon who helped define a new type of on-screen masculinity. But Steven Yeun, the 36-year-old who rose to global recognition on the TV megahit “The Walking Dead,” is comfortable with the juxtaposition to Hollywood’s most famous rebel. When Yeun was talking to director Lee Isaac Chung […]

  • The first 'Minari' trailer shows why it was such a hit at Sundance this year

    Steven Yeun and Yeri Han star in Lee Isaac Chung's "Minari," which scored the top U.S. dramatic grand jury prize at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

  • Steven Yeun Inks First-Look TV Deal With Amazon

    Steven Yeun has signed a first-look television deal with Amazon. Under the deal, Yeun will work with Amazon to create television series for the streaming platform. The news comes after it was previously announced that Yeun would voice the lead character in the upcoming Amazon animated series "Invincible." “I feel very fortunate and privileged in […]

  • Steven Yeun, JK Simmons, Sandra Oh to Lead Voice Cast for Robert Kirkman’s ‘Invincible’ at Amazon

    The star-studded voice cast for Robert Kirkman’s animated series “Invincible” will be led by “Walking Dead” alum Steven Yeun and “Counterpart” star J.K. Simmons, the streamer announced on Thursday. The adult animated superhero show, based on Kirkman’s comic of the same name, revolves around 17-year-old Mark Grayson (Yeun), who’s just like every other guy his age — except that his father is the most powerful superhero on the planet, Omni-Man (Simmons). But as Mark develops powers of his own, he discovers that his father’s legacy may not be as heroic as it seems. Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”), Seth Rogen (“This is the End”), Gillian Jacobs (“Community”), Andrew Rannells (“Black Monday,” “Girls”), Zazie Beetz (“Deadpool 2”) and Mark Hamill (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi”) will round out the main cast. Also Read: Sasha Lane to Star on Amazon Series 'Utopia' From 'Sharp Objects' Author The eight-episode series is based on the comic co-created by Kirkman and Cory Walker and illustrated by artist Ryan Ottley, which published its final issue in February after 15 years. Other actors who will lend their voices to the series include Walton Goggins (“Justified”), Jason Mantzoukas (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”), Mae Whitman (“Good Girls”), Chris Diamantopoulos (“Silicon Valley”), Melise (“The Flash”), Kevin Michael Richardson (“The Simpsons”), Grey Griffin (“Avengers Assemble”) and Max Burkholder (“Imaginary Order”). “Teen Titans” alum Simon Racioppa as is set to serve as showrunner on the Skybound Entertainment-produced series, with David Alpert and Catherine Winder also executive producing alongside Kirkman and Racioppa. Read original story Steven Yeun, JK Simmons, Sandra Oh to Lead Voice Cast for Robert Kirkman’s ‘Invincible’ at Amazon At TheWrap

  • Steven Yeun Joins Jordan Peele’s ‘Twilight Zone’ Reboot

    Steven Yeun has joined the cast of Jordan Peele’s “The Twilight Zone,” an individual with knowledge of the casting tells TheWrap. Previously announced cast members include John Cho, Allison Tolman, Jacob Tremblay, Sanaa Lathan, Adam Scott and Kumail Nanjiani.

  • Second Child on the Way for Steven Yeun and Wife Joana Pak

    Second Child on the Way for Steven Yeun and Wife Joana Pak

  • 'The Star': A donkey breaks free in time to save Christmas in this exclusive clip

    Animated film tells story of Jesus's birth from animals' point of view, with voices of Steven Yeun, Anthony Anderson, Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey, and more.

  • Steven Yeun Is Optimistic About Asian-Americans in Hollywood: ‘They Are Literally Waiting for Asian People’

    Steven Yeun thinks Hollywood will embrace Asian roles because it's good for business.

  • 'Okja' Review at Cannes 2017: Fantastic Beasts and How to Kidnap Them

    Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal lead starry international cast in 'Okja,' Netflix-bound comedy thriller from Bong Joon-ho, a controversial Cannes contender

  • ‘The Walking Dead’ Alum Steven Yeun and Wife Joana Pak Share First Photo of Newborn Son

    Steven Yeun, Joana Pak Share First Photo of Newborn Son

  • ‘Walking Dead’ Alum Steven Yeun Welcomes a Son With Wife Joana Pak

    There’s a new member of the extended Walking Dead family. Steven Yeun has become a dad.

  • ‘Walking Dead’ Actor Steven Yeun Marries Girlfriend Joana Pak

    Steven Yeun, best known as beloved Glenn Rhee on AMC’s The Walking Dead, married his longtime girlfriend, photographer Joana Pak in an intimate ceremony on Saturday at Los Angeles’ Paramour Estate.

  • The Best of ‘Conan’s’ First 6 Years on TBS

    Six years ago today, November 8th, Conan premiered on TBS. Has it been that long? Wow, we should celebrate! Anyway, after the Denim Dan of Late Night (Jay Leno) decided he wanted a victory lap on The Tonight Show, before he dumped it on the Giggliest Boy of Comedy (Jimmy Fallon), Jay Leno booted O’Brien from his spot, and Conan was born out of those ashes.

  • ‘Walking Dead’ Star Steven Yeun Shares Video From Last Day on Set

    Steven Yeun, formerly of The Walking Dead, joined Conan Thursday night to talk about his gruesome death scene in The Walking Dead Season 7 premiere and what he has planned for the future. As fans of the show are well aware, Yeun’s Walking Dead character, Glenn, got his head bashed in by bad guy Negan. Abraham, played by Michael Cudlitz, suffered the same fate, and the two actors shot a video of themselves killing time before shooting their last scene on the show.

  • ‘Walking Dead’ Stars Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun Help Victims in Car Crash

    Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun are used to fending off zombies by now, but they proved to be heroes of a different sort this week.

  • Conan O’Brien Takes Korea by Storm

    At the insistence of one lucky fan, Conan O’Brien made the trip across the Pacific and visited the great country of South Korea. Although Conan isn’t available for viewing abroad, the prevalence of the internet in Korean. Upon arriving, O’Brien was greeted by hundreds of fans screaming his name. The late night host dove right in. He took Korean lessons in order to be more well averse in the language, indulged in traditional Korean fare, and even took some Taekwondo lessons and impressively busted through 5 pieces of plywood in one punch.

  • 'The Walking Dead': The Most Romantic (and Bromantic) Moments Ever

    Ah, love in the apocalypse. Be it supercouple Maggie and Glenn or the ongoing bromance between Rick and Daryl, even those whose lives are spent mostly trying to avoid becoming zombie chow take time out to get all romantic once in a while. In honor of The Walking Dead’s midseason return on Valentine’s Day, here’s a look back at the sweetest, most romantic moments that have unfolded in five and a half seasons of life among the walkers. The Walking Dead returns Sunday, Feb. 14 at 9 p.m. on AMC

  • 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Premiere Recap: 'I Wanna Show You the New World'

    Warning: This recap for the “No Way Out" episode of The Walking Dead contains spoilers. The Walking Dead midseason premiere is an episode with major endings (read: deaths) and a big beginning for those who’ve been residents of Alexandria for any length of time. Most surprisingly for an installment that includes what is possibly the most devastating three minutes in Walking Dead history — an episode in which so much happens, and most of it not good — things end on a hopeful note.

  • 'The Walking Dead' Live Stream: Watch the Cast Talk Season 6

    Watch the cast and EP of 'The Walking Dead' live from their panel at the 92nd Street Y in New York City.

  • 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Finale: Will These Questions Get Answers or Cliffhangers?

    Warning: The Walking Dead TV series and comic book series spoilers ahead.

  • 'The Walking Dead' Postmortem: Katelyn Nacon Talks Enid's Bond With Glenn, and What We Still Have to Learn About Her

    Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “Heads Up” episode of The Walking Dead. Call it a brother/sister thing, with some undertones of Glenn (Steven Yeun) acting as a father figure. Skittish Enid, who bonded with Glenn over the fact that they were both, he assumes, orphaned by walkers, remains unsold on committing to the Alexandria community. Related: 5 Reasons Why the Glenn Storyline Has Been Good for ‘The Walking Dead’ Yahoo TV talked to Nacon about her character’s relationships, Enid’s “JSS” motto and her hopefulness in spite of all she’s experienced since losing her parents, her true feelings for Ron and Carl, and what she was really noshing on when she had to eat that turtle earlier in Season 6.

  • The 'Walking Dead' Brain-Dead Move of the Week: Turd on a Wire

    Every week on The Walking Dead, someone does something stupid that needlessly endangers the lives of themselves and others. Here, we commemorate those decisions in the hopes that they won’t be repeated. But of course, they know they will be. (First, let’s get this out of the way: Yes, Glenn is alive.

  • 5 Reasons Why the Glenn Storyline Has Been Good for 'The Walking Dead'

    Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “Heads Up” episode of The Walking Dead. Now we know: He’s alive! Glenn Rhee managed to escape what appeared to be certain death at the business end of a walker feast; just as many fans had hypothesized, Glenn shimmied to safety under the dumpster from which he fell. There, he waited day and night until the walker herd was done noshing on Nicholas, and then began another adventure that has taken him to the edge of Alexandria.

  • We Finally Know What Happened to Glenn, and Here's How 'Walking Dead' Fans Reacted

    Warning: This post contains spoilers for the “Heads Up” episode of The Walking Dead. They made us wait nearly a full month to find out, but finally, fans of The Walking Dead have their answer: Yes, Glenn did survive that tumble into a zombie mosh pit, as this week’s episode confirmed. And fans on Twitter wasted no time in voicing their opinions about the big reveal. First, of course, there were the celebratory GIFs and memes: Me rn #TheWalkingDead — lil dicky (@TonyGotAwaySfly) November 23, 2015 The opening scene of the walking dead.