Dressing Funny Trailer

If you love the plethora of comedy material available on Netflix, and you love the fashion advice of Queer Eye co-host Tan France, then you’re going to live Netflix’s latest web series.

Dressing Funny features Tan France doing what he does best with some of the funniest people with projects on Netflix. John Muleny, Ali Wong, Nick Kroll, Pete Davidson, Tina Fey, and more all partake in some fashion fun with the Queer Eye guru, and you might be surprised how sexy things get. Watch the Dressing Funny trailer for more. Read More »

Always Be My Maybe Keanu Reeves Cameo

At this point, it’s unlikely that you’re not a Netflix subscriber. So why are we showing you a clip from the romantic comedy Always Be My Maybe that is currently available to watch in its entirety on Netflix? Well, you might need some convincing to watch the movie starring Randall Park and Ali Wong, and this clip showing part of the raucously hilarious cameo by Speed, The Matrix and John Wick star Keanu Reeves is absolutely exquisite in its execution. It’s easily one of the best cameos of all time. Watch the Always Be My Maybe Keanu Reeves cameo below, and thank us later. Read More »

always be my maybe trailer

Ali Wong might be a genius. Not only is she being romanced by Randall Park in the upcoming Netflix rom-com Always Be My Maybe, but she has multiple suitors played by Daniel Dae Kim and, surprise, Keanu Reeves. A wild John Wick appeared in the new trailer for Always By My Maybe, looking fresh in a crushed velvet jacket and some hipster specs. Watch the new Always Be My Maybe trailer to receive the best gift for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.

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always be my maybe trailer

Randall Park and Ali Wong in a romantic-comedy? You’ve already sold us on the latest Netflix rom-com, Always Be My Maybe, which stars the two comedians as childhood friends who reconnect after 15 years apart. Watch the Always Be My Maybe trailer below.

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tuca and bertie trailer

Ali Wong and Tiffany Haddish are winging adulthood together. Two of the funniest female comedians working today have teamed up with BoJack Horseman producer Lisa Hanawalt for Tuca & Bertie, an animated comedy series about two wildly different bird women who are nevertheless BFF’s. Watch the first Tuca and Bertie trailer below.

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tuca and bertie first look

Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong sound like a comedy dream team. One is the breakout star of Girls Trip whose infectious personality is everywhere, the other is the star of two acclaimed Netflix stand-up specials and a writer for ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat. Together, they’re two of the funniest women working today. Pair them up with Lisa Hanawalt, the producer of Netflix’s animated critical darling BoJack Horseman, and well, you’ve got us hooked.

Haddish and Wong are the stars of Tuca & Bertie, a new animated series from Hanawalt that follows two very different bird women living in the same apartment building. See the Tuca and Bertie first look released by Netflix below.

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Ralph Breaks the Internet Cast

This morning, a brand new trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet arrived, showcasing even more footage from the parade of Disney intellectual property that the not-so-bad video game bad guy will encounter when he heads into the internet. That footage included the debut of some characters who we hadn’t yet seen, and thankfully, we know exactly who those characters are, and who will be voicing them. So let’s find out who else is in the Ralph Breaks the Internet cast. Read More »

ali wong and randall park romantic comedy

Asian-Americans aren’t necessarily well-represented in Hollywood. In fact, you could say they’re pretty poorly represented, with few lead roles written for Asian actors, while plenty of those originally Asian roles are given to white actors in a little phenomenon called “whitewashing.” There’s a whole stigma around Asian men being believable romantic leads due to centuries of media and pop culture emasculating them, but that’s a whole conversation I’ll get to later.

But everything’s coming up, Millhouse. First, we had The Big Sick and Master of None showcasing South Asian men in complex lead roles, romantic and otherwise. Soon, we’ll be getting Crazy Rich Asians, a rom-com which boasts an all-Asian cast. And now, Netflix is gifting us with another Asian-American-led rom-com starring the always hilarious Ali Wong and Randall Park.

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