Fans of The Mandalorian are about to be rewarded…
After several months of waiting, we are about to see the masked hero and his tiny companion once again in the second season of The Mandalorian.
The first season of the show which takes place in the world created in the Star Wars movies was well-received by fans and critics, and all have been eagerly waiting for the second season.
Well, thanks to new reports, we don’t have to wait for long as it has been revealed that the next installment of the popular series will begin streaming on Disney + on October 30, 2020.
James Bond is going to save the day or die trying in the latest trailer for No Time to Die…
Marking actor Daniel Craig’s final outing as the British spy, No Time to Die will see his character face off against a villain the likes of which he has never encountered.
Forced out of retirement by an old friend, 007 must link up with old allies to take on a mad man whose knack for destruction knows no bounds.
The latest trailer begins is packed with high-octane action and death-defying moments, teasing the scale of things to be glimpsed when the movie arrives in November 2020.
Check it out below:
Mulan actor Tzi Ma has gushed about his onscreen daughter, Yifei Liu, the actress who plays the titular heroine…
Set to begin streaming on Disney + this Friday, Mulan will see a girl risk everything to defend her family and nation, earning her a place among the nation’s legends.
58-year-old Tzi Ma plays Mulan’s ailing father in the film, and showered praises on her performance in an interview with Digital Spy.
“She gives her entire being. She embodies that spirit,” he shared about her role as the title character. “Her ability to connect with other cast members where you feel the chemistry of these relationships – familial relationships, the brotherhood.”
Ma says he was blown away by the dedication of his co-star, talking about what she went through training for the role.
“The amount of training itself, it’s ridiculous. Military training, combat training, stunt training, stamina training. And we all live in the same place, in the same hotel. We see each other every day. The boys are complaining. ‘Oh my god, I can’t walk, that killed me’. But not a word from Yifei.
She raises the bar, and I think (director) Niki (Caro) has said that in interviews. You’ve got to bring your A-game or you’re going to disappear in the scene…She’s kind. There’s no mean bone in this young lady.”
“You’ll be proud of it. It is cinematic. It is meant for the big screen. But I’m relieved that finally, the world is going to get an opportunity to see it. It’s really, really an amazing piece of work.
I’m sure when [Asian diaspora] kids see it, immediately it’s going to happen here, in their minds – seeing someone who looks like them. Throughout the entire screen! Every character is going to look like you. It blows my mind. The film is a celebration. A celebration of culture, a celebration of family, a celebration of women’s contributions to our world. And you’re going to see – even more so than any other time – a group of men who are Asian, who are in so many different characters and sizes and shapes, and the camaraderie. I don’t think I’ve seen it like this ever in a Hollywood film. I can’t even begin to tell you what that means to me.”
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