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Jo Koy’s ‘Easter Sunday’ Comedy Brings in ‘Super Troopers’ Director Jay Chandrasekhar

For the past decade, Super Troopers director Jay Chandrasekhar has mostly kept busy by directing episodes of television shows like Community, Psych, Royal Pains, New Girl, Fresh Off the Boat, and The Goldbergs. After interrupting a long TV run to take the helm of Super Troopers 2 back in 2018, Chandrasekhar is returning […]The post […]

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‘Finding ‘Ohana’: Netflix’s Reimagined Take on ‘The Goonies’ in Hawaii Soars with Authentic Casting

There aren’t many recognizable faces in “Finding ‘Ohana,” Netflix’s adorably entertaining reimagining of “The Goonies” set in Hawaii. Though Chris Parnell and Marc Evan Jackson jazz up some very funny “Drunk History”-inspired scenes, the speaking roles include Branscombe Richmond, a veteran Hawaiian actor who played owner of the bar where Jason Segel sings his Dracula […]

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‘Boogie’ Trailer: Eddie Huang Goes From ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ Author to Fresh-Faced Film Director

From restauranteur, to memoir author, to ABC sitcom executive producer, Eddie Huang has worn a lot of hats. But now he moves from Fresh Off the Boat to fresh-faced filmmaker, making his directorial debut with the basketball drama Boogie. Watch the Boogie trailer below. Boogie Trailer Eddie Huang is most known in pop culture circles […]

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‘Dial A for Aunties’: ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ Creator Nahnatchka Khan to Direct Netflix Romantic Comedy

Fresh Off the Boat creator Nahnatchka Khan has docked her beloved ABC sitcom and signed up with Netflix to adapt Dial A for Aunties, an upcoming romantic-comedy book by Indonesia-based author Jesse Q. Sutanto which is being described as “Crazy Rich Asians meets Weekend at Bernie’s.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, Khan has teamed up […]

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Where to Stream Lynn Shelton’s Best Movies and TV Episodes

Saturday afternoon brought the unexpected and tragic news of the passing of Lynn Shelton, who died on Friday night at the age of 54. The cause of death, as shared by her creative and romantic partner Marc Maron, was an undiagnosed blood disorder.A writer, director, producer, actor, and editor, Shelton was among the leading voices […]

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Lynn Shelton, Director of ‘Humpday’ and ‘Little Fires Everywhere,’ Dies at 54

Lynn Shelton, an indie filmmaker who helped popularize the mumblecore genre with works such as “Humpday” and “Your Sister’s Sister,” died Friday of a blood disorder. She was 54.Shelton was best known for her naturalistic, understated approach to comedy and drama in low-budget films that were hits with the Sundance crowd, but she reached a […]

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‘Fresh Off the Boat’ Team to Develop Freeform Comedy ‘Asian Descent’

As the Fresh Off the Boat team disembarks from the groundbreaking ABC sitcom after six seasons, several of them are preparing to develop another Asian-American-led comedy on Freeform. Fresh Off the Boat executive producers Melvin Mar and Jake Kasdan are teaming up with series writer and co-producer Cindy Fang to develop Asian Descent at Freeform, […]

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Host Simu Liu Roasts the Golden Globes at Unforgettable Gala, ‘The Farewell’ & ‘Fresh Off The Boat’ Honored

In a banner year for Asian American representation in Hollywood, Randall Park, Constance Wu and the cast of “Fresh Off the Boat” were among the honorees at the 18th Annual Unforgettable Gala, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Saturday evening.Host Simu Liu, who flew in from Sydney where he is […]

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Constance Wu Clarifies ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ Remarks: ‘My Words and Ill-Timing Were Insensitive’

After expressing her disappointment that “Fresh Off the Boat” had been renewed for a sixth season yesterday, Constance Wu has clarified her remarks by stating that her “dismayed social media replies” were about an unrelated project that she can no longer pursue due to the hit show coming back.Shortly after news of the renewal broke, […]

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Constance Wu in Negotiations for Romantic Comedy

“Crazy Rich Asians” star Constance Wu is in talks to join Sony’s Screen Gems’ untitled romantic comedy, with Elizabeth Banks and Max Handelman producing.“Glow” actress Kimmy Gatewood is making her feature directorial debut on the project. She will be directing from a Savion Einstein script about a woman who becomes pregnant with two babies from […]

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