Everything Everywhere’s Michelle Yeoh in Disney Show’s First Look

Disney released a first look at Everything everywhere all at onceis Michelle Yeoh in a new series chinese born american.

During its D23 exhibit, Disney released an “In-Production Featurette” that previewed the upcoming show and revealed a first look at Yeoh’s character, Guanyin, a Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion.

“It’s a lot of fun, it’s a lot of magic, it’s a lot of badass action,” Yeoh teases in the featurette, which gives fans a look at the action as well as a look at some clips and interviews. behind the scenes .

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Yeoh, who will meet with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings director Destin Daniel Cretton once again for the new Disney+ series, added, “It’s a magical ride, and that’s what it’s all about, isn’t it?”

“We put together this pretty crazy dream team of creatives both behind and in front of the cameras,” Cretton explained.

Shang Chi Star Yeoh leads the cast of the action-comedy series as Guanyin the Buddhist deity, keeping her identity a secret as she guides her nephew Wei-Chen through American high school.


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Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Gene Luen Yang, chinese born american sees protagonist and normal teenager Jin Wang (Ben Wang) embroiled in a battle between Chinese deities after meeting a foreign student on the first day of school.

Chinese American is a show based on the graphic novel by Gene Luen Yang that explores culture and identity through the lens of adolescence,” explained show star Ben Wang.

“We’re on Disney+, so it’s like the home of those great epic folk tales from Cinderella at Little Mermaid and the Monkey King in Chinese mythology is another,” executive producer Kelvin Yu said of the project, which will feature the supernatural figure of Chinese mythology, the Monkey King.

Kimberly B. Nguyen