Jamie Chung has joined the voice cast of Disney's upcoming Marvel Comics adaptation Big Hero 6, alongside the already-confirmed voice actor T.J. Miller.
The news came from the actress profile page for NBC's new TV series Believe, which lists the animated movie as one of her future projects. The actress is also listed on Big Hero 6's IMDB, which reveals that she is voicing the character Go Go Tomago.Read More
Phase 4 Films has unveiled the first trailer and poster for Eden, the latest from heralded indie filmmaker Megan Griffiths (The Off Hours). Jamie Chung stars as the title character, a young Korean girl who is abducted and sold into a prostitution ring. In order to survive, she steadily gains more power and influence over the group that has held her captive. Take a look at the first footage and poster from this dramatic thriller, based on a true story, which also stars Beau Bridges, Scott Mechlowicz, and Matt O'Leary.
Eden, a young Korean-American girl, is abducted near her home and forced into prostitution by a domestic human and drug trafficking ring. Throughout the two years she is held, Eden reluctantly ensures her own survival by carving out power and influence within the very organization that has imprisoned her. Inspired by a harrowing true story, Eden peers into the darkest corners of America and attempts to discover the humanity within.Read More
After several years of waiting, cameras finally started rolling today on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the highly-anticipated sequel to the stylized 2005 action-thriller Sin City. We also have word that Jamie Chung and Jaime King have joined the cast.
Jamie Chung will play the sword-wielding Miho, originally portrayed by Devon Aoki in Sin City. Jaime King will play Wendy, the twin sister of the prostitute Goldie she portrayed in the original. Mickey Rourke (Marv), Jessica Alba (Nancy), and Rosario Dawson (Gail) all reprise their roles from Sin City.Read More
You want The Man with the Iron Fists posters? We got 'em! Sixteen new ones to be exact. Check out some of the striking artwork created for RZA's F.U. debut, which pits Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu, Jamie Chung, Dave Bautista, Pam Grier, Rick Yune, and Cung Le in a Kug Fu fight to the death.
The Man with the Iron Fists was released November 2nd, 2012.Read More
The Hangover Part III is in full swing, shooting across Los Angeles and Las Vegas as we speak. A couple of set photos have trickled in, which show Phil gaining a few pounds to be more like Alan (Zach Galifianakis) in a reversal of the relationship we've seen between the two wolf pack members in the past two installments. Alan has his gloriously full head of hair back, Stu (Ed Helms) has lost the face tattoo, and the wives (Jamie Chung; Gillian Vigman) are happy and joining in on the fun (for the moment). This final sequel promises to be less like the second film (which was a straight up remake of the first), and more of a stand-alone comedy that ditches some of the more obvious story beats while retaining the humor of the original. Check out the cast as they wrap up this enduring comedy series.
The Hangover Part III was released May 24th, 2013.Read More
CBS Films has released the first trailer for 7500, director Takashi Shimizu's supernatural thriller which hits theaters nationwide August 28. Click on the video player below for your first look at this horror tale starring Ryan Kwanten, Leslie Bibb, Amy Smart, and Jamie Chung.
7500 was released in 2014.Read More
I was recently invited to the set of CBS Films' new thriller 7500, which is working towards an August 28, 2012 release date. One of the cast members we spoke with is Jamie Chung, who plays one of the stewardesses on a transcontinental flight where mysterious supernatural events occur.
You can CLICK HERE to read what actress Pam Grier had to say about The Man with the Iron Fist last month.Read More
Jamie Chung (The Hangover Part II), Christian Serratos (The Twilight Saga) and Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween) have signed on to co-star in Takashi Shimizu's (The Grudge) thriller 7500.
Written by Craig Rosenberg (Lost) and produced by Takashige Ichise (The Grudge) and Roy Lee (The Ring), 7500 follows a group of passengers who encounter what appears to be a supernatural force while on a transpacific flight. John Middleton and Tracy McGrath are serving as executive producers.Read More