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The Cast of ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Reunites for New Disney+ Series

The Cast of ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Reunites for New Disney+ Series

Everything everywhere all at once stars made history at the 93rd Academy Awards with 7 Oscars. Now the iconic Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan are reuniting to take on another project. This time with Disney+.

After winning an Oscar each, Yeoh and Quan will reunite in the Disney+ series chinese born american.

Adapted from the 2006 graphic novel by Gene Luen Yang, the series tells the story of Jin Wang (Ben Wang), born to Chinese immigrants and struggling to grow up in a predominantly white neighborhood.

Wang befriends a Taiwanese student at school, just before Wang is drawn into a skirmish involving Chinese mythological gods.

“Dark forces will call,” Yeoh says in the teaser.

“The fate of your world hangs in the balance.”

Yeoh plays Wang’s aunt, who is busy “maintaining her secret identity as an all-powerful Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion,” Variety reported.

Ke Huy Quan is set to play Freddie Wong, “the star of a popular 1990s sitcom.”

Everything everywhere all at once Star Stephanie Hsu will also join Yeoh and Quan as Shiji Niangniang, the goddess of stones, who works in a jewelry store with her enchanted dog.

The cast also includes Yeo Yann Yann, Chin Han, Daniel Wu, Sydney Taylor, and Poppy Liu. James Hong, who played Gong Gong in “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” will play the Jade Emperor.

chinese born american is set to premiere on Disney+ on May 24, 2023.

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