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Steven Yeun

  1. We Spoke to the Cast of Fox Searchlight’s I Origins About Science, Eyeballs, and Filmmaking.

    Also about the word "numpty" because Brit Marling wanted to?

    The new movie from writer/director Mike Cahill I Origins is out today. I had mixed feelings about its unique approach but was pretty blown away by the performances, so I was excited to be able to sit down for a roundtable discussion with Cahill and the stars of the film Michael Pitt, Brit Marling, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, and Steven Yeun.

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  2. Review: Mike Cahill’s I Origins Is Subtle Sci-Fi That Doesn’t Play Out How You Would Expect

    You will start noticing people's eyes more after this movie.

    Writer/Director Mike Cahill's second narrative feature, I Origins, is out in theaters today. It's an unconventional sci-fi film that focuses on the line between science and faith. It deals with very big ideas in a very small way, and almost pushes the larger story aside to focus entirely on the characters. That's not necessarily a bad thing.

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  3. The Walking Dead‘s Steven Yeun To Join Legend of Korra Cast

    Officially Official

    That's right, folks: Steven Yeun will be voice acting for Book 2 of Legend of Korra! Head under the cut for the who/what/where/when/and potential "why"s!

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  4. Would You Like Some Steven Yeun in Your Legend of Korra? Because That’s Happening

    Imagine how useful firebending would be against walkers.

    Book 2 of The Legend of Korra is shaping up to be pretty dang cool, if the casting choices are any indication. First we found out that Aubrey Plaza will basically be playing a waterbending version of herself, and now we've learned that Walking Dead star Steven Yeun will be making an appearance in a few episodes as the very first Avatar. Hooray!

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  5. The Walking Dead Recap: When the Dead Come Chomping


    I was frustrated by the behavior of several characters on last week's The Walking Dead and while some of them are still acting odd, this week pulled out several powerful scenes. Just one more episode until the mid-season finale! 

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