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.
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:
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
For some, getting a haircut is an annual event involving multiple inspirational photos, a well-researched stylist and, perhaps most importantly, a salon appointment. Elodie Yung is not one of those people. The French-Cambodian actress, who stars as Elektra Natchios in Marvel’s The Defenders on Netflix, made a quick decision in June to chop her hair from layered waves to a sophisticated bob while sauntering through the 9th arrondissement of Paris.
“It was a bit crazy, but sometimes it’s good to follow your impulse!” she says, admitting the unplanned visit, and non-vetted stylist, was made off a hunch of good vibes and that effortless je ne sais quoi allure Parisians are known for possessing.
Continue reading The rising Netflix Star with the breakout bob of the moment
Elodie Yung says she would love to dig deep into her character, Elektra Natchios, in the upcoming seasons of “The Defenders”.
The 36-year-old actor says she believes that Elektra needs to be analysed more and hopes that the character collides with Daredevil soon, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“I really like Elektra. It just feels unfinished. She’s done all of that, and now what? Where is she? And he’s alive. It would be interesting to explore (her relationship with Daredevil) again, especially after what just happened. But we have to see what Marvel will do with her. I have no clue,” Yung says.
The French-Cambodian actress explains why the femme fatale is more than just a sociopath.
Something unexpected happened on Netflix last year. Daredevil, the gritty Marvel entry about a blind hero in Hell’s Kitchen, became, at least according to one report, the most watched original series on the streaming service. Thanks to overwhelmingly positive word of mouth and strong performances, the gritty show gained traction outside the usual cape-loving crowd. But one of the most intriguing elements of Season 1—Vincent D’Onofrio’snuanced, villainous Kingpin—is out of commission in Season 2. Marvel drafted two classic Daredevilcomic-book characters, Punisher and Elektra, to take his place. And it’s the latter—a dangerous, nimble ninja-assassin played by French-Cambodian actress Élodie Yung—who steals the entire show. In advance of the second season’s premiere, Yung spoke with VF.com about tackling the explosive legacy of Daredevil’s femme fatale. Continue reading How Élodie Yung walked away with Daredevil Season 2