Ke Huy Quan
“I wanted the world to know how much my parents meant to me," Quan said following his heartfelt acceptance speech.
The upcoming Disney+ show “American Born Chinese" reunites Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu — and is chock-full of fantastical action.
The "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" stars reunited on the Oscars stage after the Best Picture win for "Everything Everywhere All at Once."
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” dominated at the 95th Academy Awards, winning seven trophies.
“My journey started on a boat,” said Quan. “I spent a year in a refugee camp, and somehow, I ended up here, on Hollywood’s biggest stage."
James Hong stole the show in the final speech of the night with a joyful celebration of Asian talent in Hollywood.
The "Everything Everywhere All At Once" star became the first Asian actor to win the SAG Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Quan, a former child star, said "nobody wanted me" until "Everything Everywhere All At Once" was released.
The Oscar-nominated actor called the acclaimed filmmaker "a sweet man."
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gave out some well-deserved nods, but not without raising eyebrows. Here are some of the Oscar nominations making headlines.