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Hollywood Inclusion Lab for South Asian Screenwriters Selects Mentors (Exclusive)

After the Hollywood success of Priyanka Chopra and Mindy Kaling, the inaugural 1497 Writers Lab, which offers mentoring from leading filmmakers for underrepresented South Asian screenwriters, has selected its mentors.

Nahnatchka Khan Inks Overall Film Deal With Netflix

Nahnatchka Khan, who made her directorial debut with the Netflix rom-com 'Always Be My Maybe,' has now inked a first-look features deal with the streamer.

Ali Wong Reveals Real-Life Inspiration Behind Her ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Chef Role

In 'Always Be My Maybe,' Ali Wong looked to Niki Nakayama of the acclaimed L.A. kaiseki restaurant N/Naka as inspiration for her chef character.

‘Endgame’ Directors Talk Spoiler Etiquette as Craze Hits Rom-Com Genre

The Russo brothers weigh in directors begging audiences to keep details secret, from their 'Avengers: Endgame' to 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' and even rom-com 'Always Be My Maybe.'

‘Always Be My Maybe’: How Ali Wong, Randall Park Recruited Keanu Reeves to Play a Version of Himself

Ali Wong and Randall Park, the leads of Netflix's "Always Be My Maybe," spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about Keanu Reeves and his absurd role.

‘Always Be My Maybe’: Film Review

Childhood best friends Ali Wong and Randall Park reunite as adults in their hometown of San Francisco in 'Always Be My Maybe,' a romantic comedy directed by Nahnatchka Khan.

Ali Wong Jokes She Wrote ‘Always Be My Maybe’ to Kiss Daniel Dae Kim and Keanu Reeves

Ali Wong opened up about her kissing scenes with Daniel Dae Kim and Keanu Reeves in 'Always Be My Maybe' when she visited 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Tuesday.

Ali Wong on Power of Women Behind the Scenes on ‘Always Be My Maybe’

'Always Be My Maybe' may be breaking boundaries as a romantic comedy with Asian-American leads — drawing comparisons to box office hit 'Crazy Rich Asians' — but co-writer, star and producer Ali Wong told The Hollywood Reporter at the Netflix rom-com's L.A. premiere that she's most proud of having women behind the camera.

Childhood Sweethearts Ali Wong and Randall Park Reconnect as Adults in ‘Always Be My Maybe’ Trailer

Netflix released the first trailer for rom-com 'Always Be My Maybe,' starring Ali Wong and Randall Park as childhood sweethearts who reconnect as adults. Nahnatchka Khan directed the movie streaming on May 31 that also stars Keanu Reeves, Daniel Dae Kim, Charlyne Yi, Vivian Bang and Karan Soni.