A free showing of the classic film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in Sacramento has been canceled after it was pointed out to organizers that Mickey Rooney’s yellow-face Mr. Yunioshi scenes are offensive to many Asian Americans.
“Harold & Kumar: Escape From Guantanamo Bay” opens today and it’s my most anticipated movie of the year now that the new “Star Trek” has been pushed back to 2009. I know I’m not the only one who’s been waiting to see “Harold & Kumar.”
Turner Classic Movies is going to show a month-long series of movies examining images of Asians in June. It’s a extension of the network’s look at African American images and gay images it has aired during the past two years
Angry Asian Man points out that Mia, Lucy Liu’s character on Cashmere Mafia, is involved romantically with an Asian American man and are even shown kissing on the show!
The search is on to find the actor to play the lead in a movie based on the old TV series, Kung Fu.
It looks like John Cho of Harold and Kumar fame is going to be the new Sulu for the next Star Trek movie, according to multiple news stories and StarTrek.com.
There’s a petition started that demands an apology for a derogatory remark about the Philippines made in last week’s episode of Desperate Housewives.
Miyoshi Umeki, one of the stars of the all-Asian American cast of Flower Drum Song and Oscar winner for Sayonara, died last week. She was 78. She was the first Asian to win an Oscar, and she did it back in 1957! What are the Read More …
New The View host Whoopi Goldberg took the plunge into ethnic stereotyping by comparing football star Michael Vick’s cultural upbringing with dog fighting to the Chinese and eating cats.
The trailer is out. The movie is set for 2008 release. I can’t wait!