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Inside LACMA’s Art+Film Gala as Honoree Steven Spielberg Says: “I Don’t Think I’ve Referred to Myself in Public” as an Artist

The 10th-anniversary event brought out A-list stars, Hollywood moguls and fashion elite for a dinner and program honoring Steven Spielberg and artists Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley.

Beanie Feldstein and Steven Yeun in ‘The Humans’: Film Review | TIFF 2021

Stephen Karam writes and directs the screen adaptation of his award-winning play, featuring an ensemble that also includes Richard Jenkins, Jayne Houdyshell, Amy Schumer and June Squibb.

“What Can All Americans Do to Stop the Hate?”: Ken Jeong Hosts ‘See Us Unite for Change’ Global Special

The event, exploring the contributions and cultural experiences of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, featured appearances by Steven Yeun, Daniel Dae Kim and more.

‘Minari’ Broke New Ground for Storytellers of Color, But Creatives Don’t Want to Be Pigeonholed

The Oscar-nominated film navigates the immigrant American journey, but writer-director Lee Isaac Chung, producer Christina Oh and Steven Yeun emphasize its themes are broader than the Asian American experience: "We were just trying to tell something honest."

‘Invincible’: TV Review

Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh and J.K. Simmons voice Amazon's adult superhero spoof from 'The Walking Dead' comics creator Robert Kirkman.

Steven Yeun-Ali Wong Dramedy Series Lands at Netflix

The two will star in and executive produce 'Beef,' from A24 and creator Lee Sung Jin.

Oscars: Riz Ahmed, Steven Yeun Make History With Best Actor Nominations

Ahmed is the first Muslim actor nominated in the category, and Yeun is the first Asian American best actor nominee.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Steven Yeun (‘Minari’)

The Korean-American actor reflects on his immigrant experience, how he wound up on the cable ratings-smash 'The Walking Dead' and his remarkable four years of international film work since leaving the show.

Actor Roundtable: Ben Affleck, Sacha Baron Cohen, Delroy Lindo, Gary Oldman, John David Washington and Steven Yeun on Their Liberating Roles

Six awards contenders reflect on the draws — and drawbacks — of a profession for which they have studied, sacrificed and, in a few cases, even risked their life.

‘Minari’s’ Lee Isaac Chung Talks Downside of the American Dream and Golden Globes Controversy

The writer-director revisits his familial inspirations like 'Ben Hur' and making the Korean-American coming of age film "on my terms and to not leave anything behind."

Golden Globes Snubs and Surprises: ‘Emily in Paris,’ ‘Music’ Earn Nods While ‘Da 5 Bloods,’ ‘I May Destroy You’ Shut Out

'The Prom's' James Corden earned an unexpected nomination over fellow star Meryl Streep with Rosamund Pike sneaking into the best actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy, as Tom Hanks, 'Malcolm & Marie,' 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always,' 'Fargo' and 'Insecure' weren't nominated.

Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the Best Films of 2020

A transcendent concert film, a bold #MeToo thriller and stellar dramas from Kelly Reichardt, Chloé Zhao and Eliza Hittman were among highlights of the year, according to THR's chief film critic David Rooney.