Human Resources Cast

The world of Netflix’s raunchy animated series Big Mouth will soon be expanding with the spin-off Human Resources. Taking place in the world of the hormone monsters Maurice and Connie (Nick Kroll and Maya Rudolph), the series will spend more time with the various creatures who guide humanity through all the stages of life, from childbirth to puberty and and even our autumn years. Since there are much more than hormone monsters hanging around, Netflix has recruited some top-tier voice talent to join the cast. Read More »

Don't Spoil WandaVision

Today sees the final episode of WandaVision hitting Disney+, bringing the television-warping Marvel Studios series to an end. Since the episodes debut at 12:00 A.M. PT overnight, that means the finale is already available, and there may already be some spoilers lurking online. We’ll be keeping those well hidden until a decent amount of time has passed, and Marvel Studios hopes you’ll be able to do the same.

In a new video, WandaVision cast members Randall Park and Kat Dennings are imploring fans not to spoil the series, especially that one part in that one episode where that one thing happened. Read More »

jimmy woo spin-off

WandaVision has spawned dozens of fan theories and ideas for future Marvel stories — not the least of which is the pitch for a Jimmy Woo spin-off made in the style of The X-Files. But what started as a viral joke has quickly transformed into a serious contender for the next Marvel Disney+ series, if writer-director Stephen Ford plays his cards right.

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Randall Park interview

Will we see FBI Agent Jimmy Woo enter Wanda Maximoff’s sitcom world of Westview in an upcoming episode of WandaVision?

Actor Randall Park isn’t telling. In fact, he can’t say much at all, given that we’re still in the middle of a season of television that’s heavily reliant on slowly doling out clues to a larger mystery. But we pumped him for information in a recent interview anyway, and he opened up about Jimmy Woo’s magic hobby, how his character operates as a stand-in for the audience, how Jimmy has changed since we first met him in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and more. Read our full Randall Park interview below. Read More »

WandaVision Episode 4 Clip

Eagle-eyed Marvel fans have known from the first episode of WandaVision who has secretly been watching the faux sitcom reality play out between Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany). But a new WandaVision clip from the upcoming fourth episode of the series comes right out with it. Not only do we get a proper introduction to Teyonah Parris‘ real character (surprise, her name’s not Geraldine), but we get some idea of how the fourth episode will break from the formula of the first three episodes of the series.

This clip, and this article, contains spoilers for the series so far.

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asian american heist film

Daniel Dae Kim and Randall Park may have played romantic rivals to steal Ali Wong’s heart in Always Be My Maybe, but they’re teaming up to steal something of even more value in an Asian-American heist film for Amazon Studios. The Korean-American hunks are leading an a yet-untitled Asian-American heist film that will be penned by screenwriter Young Il Kim, who has worked on Showtime’s Billions and wrote the Black List script Rodham. Amazon Studios outbid several studios and streamers for the pitch.

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true story

Sometimes life gets stranger than fiction, and Ed Helms and Randall Park will prove just how much with the new NBC comedy series True Story. A hybrid scripted and unscripted series, True Story will follow Helms and Park’s hosts as they interview people who have had unbelievable real-life experiences, while a team of performers re-enact their stories.

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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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