Elodie Yung joins Disney+ Series “Secret Society Of Second Born Royals”

Elodie Yung joins Disney+ Series “Secret Society Of Second Born Royals”

Elodie Yung will be starring in the upcoming Disney+ live-action series “Secret Society of Second Born Royals”.

The sci-fi fantasy series will be of a 15- year-old girl who is second in line to the throne currently occupied by her mother. She finds out that the summer school she is attending turns out to be a training camp for second born royals with superpowers.

The series which is expected to shoot in Toronto, Canada, will likely debut on Disney+ in 2020

Ashley Liao, who will portrait Princess Eleanor, published on her official Instagram (May, 09) that the read-table has already begun this week.

Elodie Yung and Ryan Reynolds stars in romantic style short for new 2019 Armani campaign.

Elodie Yung and Ryan Reynolds stars in romantic style short for new 2019 Armani campaign.

Ryan Reynolds is the new face of Armani Code fragrances. He fronts the Armani Code Absolu campaign with Elodie Yung.

The short film begins with Ryan driving a classic car towards a docklands and he meets an elegantly-clad Elodie

DailyMailUK: The new campaign film was directed by Reed Morano (Emmy Award winner for the series ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’). The story unfolds like a cinema ‘short’ with real, distinctive characters played with depth, which was inspired by the timeless French Nouvelle Vague or American noir.

ELLE Magazine: “In this particular piece, that power dynamic vacillates wildly between these two characters. I love what Elodie brought to the table and so it was pretty exciting to stretch a little bit and do something, at least in the fragrance advertising world, a little bit different.”, Reynolds says.

Also, Elodie and Ryan already worked together as a couple in the movie “The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017)” alongside Samuel L. Jackson.

Watch below Elodie Yung & Reed Morano‘s interview for Armani Bauty with behind the scenes and our gallery links with photos, ads screencapures and more:

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Gallery Updates: More than 200 New Photos.

Gallery Updates: More than 200 New Photos.

Our gallery was updated with more than 200 new and additional photos! Check the categories:

Note: I didnt use watermarks on portraits because this is a fan site made by a fan for fans of Elodie, but I’ll ask, please, if you use it, give the credits. Sometimes it’s not easy to get HQ photos. Continue reading Gallery Updates: More than 200 New Photos.

ACE Comic Con: Elodie Yung and Charlie Cox about Daredevil and Elektra

ACE Comic Con: Elodie Yung and Charlie Cox about Daredevil and Elektra

At the ACE Comic Con in Long Beach, NY , Marvel’s Daredevil stars Charlie Cox and Elodie Yung did a panel and talked about their time on the series and what is coming up for Daredevil and Elektra. Cox, of course, appeared in both seasons of the solo series and Marvel’s The Defenders, while Yung joined the series with season 2 of Daredevil and the team-up, which followed up the fate of her character.  Continue reading ACE Comic Con: Elodie Yung and Charlie Cox about Daredevil and Elektra

New interview to Monrowe Magazine

New interview to Monrowe Magazine

Whatever your opinion of Luc Besson as a filmmaker or screenwriter, it is difficult to deny he’s long had a je ne said quoi for creating memorable female characters. Consider Mathilda, the precocious pre-teen assassin’s apprentice, played so seductively by Natalie Portman in Léon (a.k.a. The Professional), which launched the actress’s career in 1994.  But at least for me, one of Besson’s most fanciful, fiercest, and most uncompromisingly bad-ass action anti-heroines was the dystopian Banlieue gang leader, Tao—a comparatively minor character, played by Elodie Yung, at the time an unknown actress, in Besson’s rather less than critically acclaimed 2009 District 13 sequel.

While Yung only appears for the final twenty minutes of the movie, she steals the show hands down, with a stylishly feral sangfroid, sinister intensity, and a boldly confident sensuality. Her hair piled into a messy bun—or when she let it down, her thick braided locks flourished as a lethal weapon with a steel razor fastened to the end—her face and forehead, neck and forearms are adorned with an indecipherable arabesque of black tattoos. And she is utterly convincing as a shrewd, charismatic sociopath for whom killing is a everyday event, and hand-to-hand combat very much her idea of pleasure. Chilling to be sure, but rarely has bad, on the big screen, looked half so good. Continue reading New interview to Monrowe Magazine