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The Best of Coachella in Can’t-Miss Pictures!

Didn’t go to Coachella this weekend? Ditch your FOMO. We got you covered. To experience the entire festival, click the collage. Late Saturday night Guns ‘N’ Roses took the stage with Axl Rose nursing his broken foot from a rock throne borrowed from Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl.  Exciting? Guns N’ Roses. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images) For […]

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5 Natalie Wood Movies On Demand You Need to See Now

She died 35 years ago, but Natalie Wood has remained a star. She was only 43 when her life ended tragically when she drowned late one night while boating with her husband Robert Wagner and actor Christopher Walken. That death has been one of Hollywood’s murkiest of mysteries. It’s also been the cause of tight-lipped […]

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Discover ‘TV JAPAN’

The number one Japanese-language channel in North America, TV JAPAN provides a rich lineup of news, entertainment and sports from top Japanese networks: NHK, Fuji TV, TBS, TV Asahi, Nippon TV and TV Tokyo. Many of the news programs offer English as a secondary audio service. Select programs are provided with English subtitles and bilingual coverage of […]

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Daniel Henney on Breaking Down Doors (Literally) in ‘Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders’

by Jean Ho Actor Daniel Henney has played a mutant villain with lethal sniper skills (“X-Men Origins: Wolverine“), a doctor—more than once (“Three Rivers” and “My Lovely Sam Soon“)—and was the voice behind Tadashi Hamada, creator of the inflatable robot Baymax in the Academy Award-winning animated film “Big Hero 6.” As a model, he’s lent […]

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“Tyrus” Shines Light on Chinese American Artist Behind Bambi

by Grace Hwang Lynch The watery backgrounds of Disney’s Bambi are uncharacteristically modern for animation of its time. Images are evocative and spare. Art aficionados might even compare the impressionistic landscapes of Bambi to Sung Dynasty Chinese paintings. The iconic look of the Disney classic animated film would not have been possible without Chinese American […]

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The Sanjay Behind The Oscar-Nominated Animated Short ‘Sanjay’s Super Team’

By Neelanjana Banerjee For desi or South Asian American kids, religion and culture can be a confusing part of one’s identity. I remember being acutely aware of my mother’s prayer room—a repurposed walk-in closet—full of pictures of the Hindu Goddess Kali, who wears a necklace of decapitated heads, infused with smoky incense and freshly churned sandalwood […]

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Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson Talks ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ and How She Relates to Her Panda Protagonist

by Momo Chang Growing up as the youngest in a household with two older sisters, Jennifer Yuh Nelson has always drawn and doodled. Both of her sisters became animators, and Yuh Nelson followed in their footsteps. Her parents, Korean-American immigrants, have always been supportive of their choices. Yuh Nelson became the first woman to direct […]

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Star Screen Awards 2016 Will Air on Star Plus this Sunday!

by Ritu Mediratta The season of award functions has begun, and we can’t get enough of it! The Star Screen Awards, one of the major events in Bollywood, will be hosted by Kapil Sharma and Karan Johar and will feature a star-studded roster of hosts, special guests and musical performances. The 22nd Annual Star Screen Awards honors […]

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