Great news for fans of John Cho: he’s just been cast as Billy Eichner’s freaking boyfriend for the upcoming third season of Hulu’s Difficult People.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kal Pen and John Cho go on a road trip, Brandi Glanville is still being sued and Mark Cuban can’t wait to see his pal.
The decision to make Sulu a gay man with a husband and child in Star Trek: Beyond has not gone over very well, but mostly with the original Sulu, George Takei.
On Thursday, the news broke that, in a nod to George Takei, Star Trek Beyond would quietly show the character of Hikaru Sulu as a married gay man raising a daughter. Cool! Only, George Takei disapproves.
50 years after George Takei originated the role in Gene Roddenberry’s long-running series Star Trek, and 11 years after Takei himself came out, Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu (now played by John Cho) will be revealed as a gay man “with a husband and a daughter” in this summer’s Star Trek Beyond. The creative decision, writes…
In the New York Times, many notable Asian-American actors—Constance Wu, BD Wong, Aziz Ansari, Daniel Dae Kim and more—discussed the obstacles they’ve had in securing parts, pegged to the larger conversation around overall diversity in Hollywood, as well the recent spate of films in which characters written as Asian…
Unless you missed the memo on why John Cho should be your boyfriend, you’re probably aware that the Star Trek actor is currently in high demand amongst the good folks of the Internet. Now, thanks to a recent hashtag campaign called #StarringJohnCho, we’re duly #blessed with all of the John Cho memes our hearts…
He's a friendless, crabby, workaholic who hates the internet. She's a similarly friendless, shallow, Instagram rockstar. It's a tale as old as time. ABC just released the pilot for their new show Selfie, and it should probably just be called Pygmalion: There's An App For That.
Oh, no! Selfie — a new sitcom starring John Cho and Karen Gillan that's slated to come to ABC this fall — looks absolutely terrrrrrrrrrible.
Yay! After his campy-yet-moving stint on Sleepy Hollow, John Cho will be back on our TV screens with his role in Selfie, a pilot from Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek. The pilot also stars Karen Gillan of Doctor Who fame.
In a video at the link, actor/nice face haver John Cho talks about the time he met his musical hero Morrissey. The scene was a pool hall in Los Angeles where the beer was awful. Things did not go well. (Or maybe they went perfectly?)
In a bold attempt at youth outreach, President Barack Obama has released a new ad for Live From Charlotte — a web-only show targeted towards young voters that with air live from the Democratic Convention — that features him making a very serious and important call to the show's host, none other than Harold & Kumar's…
Awards show season kept rolling right along last night with the 15th annual Critic's Choice Awards, and though not everyone left with a statue, the night was a victory for mostly everyone on the red carpet.