Everything Everywhere All at Once, the groundbreaking, absurdist, reality-bending comedy drama written and directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert is a favorite for the 2023 Oscars. Revisiting the movie a year after its release, the core message feels stronger than ever and as always, serves as a catalyst for some serious personal reflection. Continue reading “‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ swears that even your worst life is worth living, and as a mother, I want to believe that”
Yvonne Chapman, who stars as Zhilan in the CW’s Kung Fu, opens up to Subjectify about where it all changed for Zhilan, her drive to save her sister, her difficulty accepting love, the joy of creating new dynamics with new characters, and what she hopes people take away from Zhilan’s arc over the past three seasons. Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star Yvonne Chapman on Zhilan’s struggle to embrace community: ‘Who am I now? Where is my place in all of this?’”
Kung Fu season 3, episode 10 was an Althea-heavy adventure that left plenty of room for the whole cast to shine. Read on for our review of “Alias.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 10 in conversation: Sometimes it’s just meadows and mind-palaces”
Kung Fu returned this week on The CW and star Olivia Liang spoke with Subjectify Media about where Nicky has been this season and where she is going. Read on for Liang’s thoughts about the two turbulent romances that have impacted Nicky’s story so deeply in season 3, and the identity crisis that her own emotions have led her to.
Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star Olivia Liang on Henry, Bo and Nicky’s internal reckoning: ‘Am I helping or am I hurting with everything that I do?’”
Kung Fu is back from its mid-season hiatus and no one is having a good time. Read on for our review of Kung Fu season 3, episode 9 “The Architect.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 9 in conversation: Bad times afoot in the private penal system”
Kung Fu season 3, episode 8 was the show’s mid-season finale and it pulled no punches. Literally. Read on for our review of “Betrayal.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 8 in conversation: The Dark Nicky Rises”
Kung Fu season 3, episode 7 brings the chills with a race to find Xiao after she’s accidentally-on-purpose released into the community center during an attempt to pull her out of Pei-Ling and trap her inside the Harvester’s sword. Read on for our review of “Villains.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 7 in conversation: I’m A Good Boy, Mommy”
In the second half of our interview with Kung Fu star JB Tadena, the actor discusses how he prepared for episode 7’s shocking twist, body image standards for men in Hollywood, where to find the best Filipino food in the DC area, and, most importantly, his three-legged dog, Agatha.
Continue reading “JB Tadena on his ‘Kung Fu’ character hitting rock bottom after losing his job: ‘I can get possessed by an evil demon, that’s how it can get worse’”
JB Tadena, who plays Sebastian ‘Hot Chef’ Cailao on The CW’s Kung Fu spoke extensively with Subjectify Media in advance of episode 7, which, without giving anything away, is a particular showcase for his character. In this first spoiler-free part, JB discusses the two relationships that have defined Sebastian’s story on Kung Fu so far. Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ star JB Tadena on the relationships that tie Sebastian to the Shen family: ‘They’re kind of soulmates’”
Kung Fu season 3, episode 6 delivers a shocking twist to one love story while following through on an inevitable heartbreak in another. Read on for our review of “Rescue.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 6 in conversation: Are the magic bad guys in the room with us now?”
Kung Fu season 3, episode 5 plunges us back into the mythic storyline after last week’s more lighthearted diversion. “Harvest” weaves together our disconnected supernatural storylines with some unexpected twists, opening new paths for the rest of the season. Read on for our review of “Harvest.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 5 in conversation: ACAB but the C stands for corporations”
Kung Fu season 3, episode 4 brings us “Clementine” on steroids. “Harmony” reunites writer Richard Lowe and director Richard Speight, Jr. to bring us the most bonkers episode of Kung Fu yet. Read on for our review of “Harmony.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 4 in conversation: Lil Dumpy is the canary in the coal mine”
Kheng Hua Tan spoke with Subjectify Media about her role as Mei-Li on the CW’s Kung Fu. Tan discussed Mei-Li’s journey from season 1 to season 3, the satisfaction to be found in portraying a character with so many layers, the symbiosis between show’s cast and writers, and working with her beloved “kids.” Continue reading “Kheng Hua Tan on her ‘Kung Fu’ parenting style: ‘You’re getting to know your child and you’re getting to know yourself as your child grows up’”
In this week’s Kung Fu Nicky and Henry are finally reunited and we learn more about Henry’s destiny when Nicky rushes to Thailand to save him, only to discover he’s too deep into his magical research to even think about being rescued. Read on for our conversation review of “The Compass.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 3 in conversation: Hang on, I need to have a childhood flashback”
Kung Fu has returned to the CW as part of the network’s fall schedule, with this week’s season 3 premiere picking up a few months after the wreckage of that massive earthquake. Read on for our conversation review of “Shifu.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 1 in conversation: Taking the law into our own hands, as a family”
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