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Tears and Therapy With ‘Squid Game’ Star Jung Ho-yeon, Sandra Oh and THR’s Drama Actress Roundtable

“She’s so beautiful even when she cries,” said Emmy Rossum. The Angelyne star was seated next to Squid Game breakout Jung Ho-yeon, whose face was lined with tears as she reflected on her meteoric and anxiety-ridden rise at The Hollywood Reporter‘s Drama Actress Emmy Roundtable in late April. The model turned actress said she’d been […]

Outfest to Honor Sandra Oh and Stephanie Beatriz at Fusion Gala

Outfest recently announced that Sandra Oh and Stephanie Beatriz will be honored at the event’s upcoming 2022 Outfest Fusion Gala — the kickoff ceremony to the annual LGBTQIA+ arts and entertainment festival. Oh will be honored with the James Schamus Ally Award, which recognizes a great ally to the LGBTQIA+ community. The Emmy-nomianted Killing Eve star […]

Chrissy Metz’s ‘Stay Awake’ to Open San Francisco Film Festival

Stay Awake, starring This Is Us regular Chrissy Metz and directed by Jamie Sisley, will open the San Francisco International Film Festival as it returns to an in-person event next month. The family drama set against the backdrop of prescription drug addiction, and also starring Fin Argus and Wyatt Oleff, bowed in Berlin and will […]

Sandra Oh in ‘Umma’: Film Review

The 'Killing Eve' star experiences scary mommy issues in Iris K. Shim's horror film, produced by Sam Raimi.

‘Killing Eve’ Boss on Villanelle’s Desire for Normalcy and Eve’s Big Choice

[This story contains spoilers for Killing Eve season four, episode three, “A Rainbow in Beige Boots.”] While the title of Killing Eve has always had multiple layers, it takes on yet another one in the latest episode of the show’s final season. Eve (Sandra Oh) finally chooses to have Villanelle (Jodie Comer) arrested after the […]

Pixar’s ‘Turning Red’: Film Review

A plucky 13-year-old is torn between remaining a dutiful daughter and liberating her wild side when heightened emotions suddenly start transforming her into a giant red panda.

Pixar Celebrates All-Female Leadership Team of ‘Turning Red’: “The Most Efficient Film We’ve Ever Made”

On Tuesday night, Hollywood Boulevard played host to the red carpet premiere of Disney Pixar’s Turning Red — a coming-of-age tale centered on 13-year-old Mei Lee, a girl torn between being her mother’s obedient daughter and giving into the chaos of her youth. Not to mention, she turns into a big red panda when she […]

BBC America’s ‘Killing Eve’ Season 4: TV Review

The final season of the thriller drama sees Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) in surprising new places, while Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) continues her hunt for the Twelve.

Sandra Oh and Holland Taylor on Why Making ‘The Chair’ “Was Like Running the 100-Meter Sprint”

To hear Sandra Oh and Holland Taylor talk about The Chair, one might think the actresses were in a months-long race against time. “How long were we together — two months? Three months? We shot The Chair while we were sprinting,” Oh recalls during a transatlantic Zoom call with Taylor. (Oh, having just wrapped the […]

Sandra Oh and Patina Miller to Be Honored at NY Women in Film and TV Muse Awards (Exclusive)

Sandra Oh and Patina Miller are set to be honored at the 2021 New York Women in Film and Television Muse Awards. Additional honorees for the 42nd annual event, once again being held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic, include writer-director Darnell Martin, WarnerMedia executive vp, communications and chief inclusion officer Christy Haubegger, disability rights […]

‘The Same Storm’: Film Review | Telluride 2021

Peter Hedges' journal of a plague year features a diverse ensemble of gifted actors — including Mary-Louise Parker, Noma Dumezweni and Sandra Oh — who were filmed remotely.

Netflix’s ‘The Chair’: TV Review

Sandra Oh stars as the head of a crisis-plagued college English department in Amanda Peet and Annie Wyman's dramedy also featuring Jay Duplass and Holland Taylor.