Steven Yeun poses for Glass Magazine

Steven featured on Glass Magazine‘s new issue, he was photographed by Ssam Kim and they also posted a behind the scene video. Please, take a look on our gallery and watch it below.

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“Mayhem” gest first trailer

“Mayhem” gest first trailer

A first official trailer has been unleashed online for Mayhem, the upcoming zombie action movie directed by Joe Lynch and starring Steven Yeun, Samara Weaving, and Dallas Mark Roberts, watch it below, watch it below.

“The Walking Dead” Season 1 & 2 Promotional Images & Screencaptures

“The Walking Dead” Season 1 & 2 Promotional Images & Screencaptures

Our gallery was updated with promotional pictures, production stills, screencaptures and more of Steven Yeun as Gleen Rhee on The Walking Dead Season 1 & Season 2. Please check our gallery and enjoy.

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Brooklyn Horror Film Festival screening Steven Yeun-starring Mayhem

It was announced Thursday that this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will screen director Joe Lynch’s film Mayhem and the documentary, To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story. Mayhem stars former Walking Dead actor Steven Yeun as a man who is fired from his cozy legal job just as the dreaded rage-inducing “ID7 virus” causes his office building to be quarantined. To Hell and Back details the life and career of stuntman-turned-actor Hodder, whose credits include playing Jason Voorhees in four Friday the 13th movies and portraying the titular killer in the upcoming slasher sequel, Victor Crowley.

Other additions to the BHFF lineup as part of the final wave of programming include director Simon Rumley’s Fashionista, the Icelandic movie Rift, and closing night film The Book of Birdie, about a fragile teenager whose hallucinations, dark obsessions, and fascination with blood are triggered as she’s forced into a remote convent.

The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival takes place in Brooklyn, New York, from Oct. 12-15. Learn more about at the event’s website.

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(Videos) Steven Yeun guest stars on ‘The Return of Superman’

Hi, everyone. First, I’m sorry for the lack of updates recently. I have trouble with my internet access and I don’t know when I’ll be able to have it back. Steven made an appearance on KBS’s ‘The Return Of Superman’ and you can watch it below:

Steven Yeun In Talks To Join “Burning” Cast

Steven Yeun might be starring in a new film with Yoo Ah In!

On August 21, a source from the movie industry reported that Steven Yeun is considering a role in the upcoming film “Burning.”

According to the source, filming was supposed to begin last November, but production was put on hold due to internal issues. Yoo Ah In, Kang Dong Won, and Sulli were originally part of the cast, but only Yoo Ah In remains, and the rest of the lead characters are being recast with other actors. Steven Yeun is reportedly in talks to fill in for Kang Dong Won.

A source from “Burning” stated, “Steven Yeun’s appearance in the film has not been confirmed yet. We will release an official statement once casting is completed.”

“Burning” is expected to premiere in the first half of 2018.

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Projects: Steven Yeun to voice character in ‘Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters’

Projects: Steven Yeun to voice character in ‘Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters’

The Walking Dead alum Steven Yeun and Star Trek: The Next Generation icon Wil Wheaton are lending their voices to characters in Netflix’s Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters series.

Twenty-six episodes of the show — which is based on a beloved, Hasbro toy line from the 1970s — are expected to begin streaming in late 2017. Its vocal cast will also include Scott Menville, Ogie Banks, Felicia Day, Keith David, Kate Mulgrew and Walter Koenig.

Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters is the first Hasbro brand to receive a Netflix original series order. We have been waiting for just the right moment to re-imagine Stretch for a new audience and our friends at Netflix got it right away; they have been a tremendous partner,” Stephen Davis, chief content officer and executive vice president of Hasbro Inc., said in a statement Monday. “We have hit a superhero sweet spot, and with Netflix’s global reach, kids across the world will fall in love with its fun characters and action-packed storyline.”

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Projects: “The Star” gets first trailer

Watch the official teaser trailer for animated movie “The Star,” featuring the voices of Steven Yeun, Kelly Clarkson, Aidy Bryant, Keegan-Michael Key, Kristin Chenoweth, Anthony Anderson, Gabriel Iglesias, and Ving Rhames. Directed by Timothy Reckart.

Inverse: Why Steven Yeun Says Making ‘Okja’ in Korea Was ‘Surreal’

Inverse: Why Steven Yeun Says Making ‘Okja’ in Korea Was ‘Surreal’

Steven Yeun had several critical roles on the set of Okja, the new satire now streaming on Netflix: Not only did he play K, one of the radical environmentalists that kidnaps the movie’s titular super-pig, he also acted as a translator for much of the American cast when the production was in Korea, where Yeun was born and spent his early childhood.

“It was a very meta experience overall,” Yeun told Inverse in a recent conversation, looking back on the shoot with both fondness and maybe a bit of Inception-like wonder. Yeun, now 33, took the role in Okja because it was written for him by writer/director Bong Joon-ho, who is best-known in the United States for the 2013 dystopian flick Snowpiercer. The filmmaker is a legend in Korea, a Palme d’Or-winning auteur who makes genre movies packed with meaning — and a very deceptively dark ending.

Okja, which premiered at Cannes and was nominated for the Palme in May, is no exception. In the movie, which was co-written with Jon Ronson, a mega-corporation called Mirando — which is about as loved as Monsanto — uses GMOs to create a race of gigantic, meaty pigs and in an attempt to win back public goodwill gives ten of them to young people across the globe, to raise in natural habitats for a decade. One of them, a happy swine named Okja, becomes a beloved companion for a young girl named Mija (Seo-Hyun Ahn), who in turn becomes determined to save the pig when it’s taken back by Mirando and its goofy CEO (Tilda Swinton). K is a member of the PETA-like group that travels to Korea to liberate Okja and infiltrate Mirando, and their adventure leads to a comedy of errors, cultural misunderstandings, corporate espionage, and emotionally devastating moments.

Yeun spoke to Inverse about returning to Korea to make the film, working with Bong Joon-ho, and another fan-favorite graphic novel adaptation that hangs in the balance.

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Variety: Steven Yeun Finds Life After Glenn

Variety: Steven Yeun Finds Life After Glenn

Steven gave an amazing interview for Variety and they also released a new photoshoot. You can read it below and check our gallery.

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Steven Yeun has excellent taste. I can tell you this because the morning he came in for his photo shoot, he was wearing an indigo-dyed car coat that I had long coveted from Blue Blue Japan. He also told me what molding paste I should use for my hair, and gave me a recommendation for a Korean restaurant with some of the best galbi-jjim (braised ribs) in Los Angeles. But perhaps the best proof of Yeun’s taste came during this past TV pilot season, when he was offered a number of lead roles, from a CIA guy on the run to an ex-cop who lives in a postapocalyptic world to a “non-stereotypical genius.” He turned them all down.

“It was hard to say no to those things, because that meant precedents I couldn’t set,” Yeun told me over breakfast after a photo shoot at the New York offices. “But then I read more and asked, Does this speak to me, [to] who I am?” and I said, ‘No.’ So I didn’t do it.” He’s patient enough to wait for the right project — like his newest one, Bong Joon-ho’s Okja, which stars Yeun as K, a radical animal-rights activist who serves as the bridge between his English-speaking group and Mija, the Korean protagonist. Over the course of a few hours, Yeun talked to Vulture about how Bong Joon-ho wrote the Okja role for him, why he thought The Walking Dead’s Glenn didn’t get a fair shake, auditioning for a five-line part, and fighting low expectations.

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