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Everything Everywhere All at Once Directors Team With Steven Yeun for New Comedy Pilot

Nope star Steven Yeun is saying "yup" to Mason, a new comedy series from the directors of Everything Everywhere All at Once. Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan, known professionally as Daniels, will direct and executive produce the series created by and starring Nathan Min (Joe Pera Talks With You). A24, which recently scored its first $100 million-plus box office grosser in the multiverse comedy-drama Everything Everywhere, is producing the half-hour comedy pilot greenlit by Paramount's Showtime, the network behind Dexter, Shameless, and Homeland.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Steven Yeun

Steven Yeun made his first on-screen appearance in 2009. The following year, he earned a career (and life) changing opportunity when he was cast as Glenn Rhee in The Walking Dead. Steven remained on the show until 2016 and he became a fan favorite in the process. After leaving the show, it may have seemed like things started to slow down for Steven, but that wasn’t really the case. Since the mid-2010s, Steven has been doing a lot of voice work. However, he recently returned to the screen in a major way. Steven is a cast member in Jordan Peele’s new movie, Nope, and his role has reminded lots of people why they fell in love with him in the first place. Continue reading to learn 10 things you didn’t know about Steven Yeun.
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Nathan Min Comedy ‘Mason’ From ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Team & Steven Yeun Gets Showtime Pilot Order

Click here to read the full article. Showtime has given a green light to half-hour comedy pilot Mason, from comedian Nathan Min (Joe Pera Talks To You), who also stars, Daniels (Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan), the team behind the box-office hit film Everything Everywhere All At Once, Oscar nominee Steven Yeun (Minari) and A24. Created, executive produced and starring Min in the title role, Mason is a surrealist comedy based on Min’s real-life experiences. It revolves around a quiet man named Nathan, often misheard as “Mason,” seeking connection in a loud world. Min executive produces with Scheinert and Kwan, who will direct, and...

Everything Everywhere All At Once Directors Team With Nathan Min And Steven Yeun For A24 Comedy Pilot

The filmmaking duo known collectively as Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert) struck rhetorical gold with their multiverse-spanning A24 outing "Everything Everywhere All At Once." The film, which just became A24's first film to cross the $100 million mark at the global box office, had remarkable legs — alongside strong critical acclaim — for a mind-bending feature about a woman who starts jumping through her alternate universe lives while struggling with taxes. It's a wonderful surrealist comedy with action and sci-fi elements, showcasing the directors' creativity and talent in one of the best movies of the year.

Steven Yeun shares behind the scenes photos from Nope

Have you seen Steven Yeun in his latest film Nope? Well, if you are into strange films (in a good way) that make you think, you need to see this one. I won’t give anything away as I was very glad I hadn’t read any spoilers going in, but WOW! This is another excellent movie from Jordan Peele.

Invincible Star Steven Yeun on Possible Crossover With The Boys

TV fans who don't know where the comics came from, might be wondering if fans will ever get a chance to see Invincible cross over with The Boys. After all, they both air on Prime Video from Amazon, and they're both very, very R-rated. But during a press tour for his new film Nope, Invincible star Steven Yeun gave a one-word answer when we asked about the possibility -- "nope." And yeah, it was part of a gag he was doing with's Chris Killian, but it's also one that he seemed slightly more introspective (or maybe just confused) about than the other questions.

Steven Yeun on The Walking Dead Return: The Door Is "Slammed Shut"

There are still eight episodes until the end of The Walking Dead, but don't expect to see Glenn one last time. Steven Yeun, who starred on the first six seasons of the AMC zombie drama, is ruling out a return to The Walking Dead Universe as Glenn Rhee. Like his comic book counterpart, Glenn's fate was to be the victim of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), killed by the villain's blood-thirsty baseball bat in the show's Season 7 premiere. Unlike Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) — the episode's other victim who reappeared in a dream sequence later that season — Glenn has yet to return to the show in a flashback or cameo from beyond the grave.

Steven Yeun 100% Rules Out Returning To ‘The Walking Dead’ For Any Reason

The Walking Dead is about to come to a close with the third part of its eleventh season, but AMC is going to make it live on with a number of spin-offs and anthology series. There are actually going to be more Walking Dead shows airing after the main show dies than before it, which include Fear the Walking Dead, Isle of the Dead (a Maggie-Negan spin-off), Daryl’s European Vacation spin-off and Tales of the Walking Dead, an anthology series.

Steven Yeun attends Nope red carpet event in Hollywood

On Monday, July 18, 2022, the world premiere of the highly anticipated movie, Nope was held at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. It was a star-studded event attended by many, including The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun, who stars in the film. Written and directed by Jordan Peele, fans of his other films, Get Out and Us, have waited for quite some time for this release.

'Nope' Video Interviews with Steven Yeun and Brandon Perea

“Nope” stars Steven Yeun and Brandon Perea call the project Jordan Peele’s “most ambitious film yet,” while talking to CinemaBlend’s Eric Eisenberg. Watch as they discuss working with the acclaimed director, including “homework” they were given ahead of shooting, how they formed their characters, some of their favorite details on set and more!