Since his departure from the Zombie saga ‘The Walking Dead’, Steven Yeun has starred a varied number of great projects. Ranging from his epoch role in Burning to Sorry to Bother You, to his voice-over projects including work such as Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia, Voltron: Legendary Defender, and 3 Below: Tales of Arcadia he has proved his acting versatility in every sense.
Remembered best for his role as ‘Glen Rhee’ in ‘The Walking Dead’ Yeun left the show in 2016. As far as the latest reports of the series is concerned ‘The Walking Dead season 10’ is all set for its extra episodes to release soon. The filming process for season 11 has also begun and the fans are enthusiastic to witness more zombie fights.
Primarily acknowledged for his epoch role in ‘The Walking Dead’ Steven Yeun, who has left the series in 2016 is now up for a brand new project titled Minari. The movie has been given a release date of April 2, 2021 – which is when it will be available to see in UK and Irish cinemas.
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Minari comes from the award-winning Lee Isaac Chung who has written and directed the movie, which has already been critically acclaimed and praised for its vivid storytelling.
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The upcoming movie also received a great deal of praise from audiences and won the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Awards during its global debut at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.
The movie shares the affirming story of a Korean-American family who moves to a small farm in Arkansas in the ’80s in search of a better life. When their grandmother arrives, the family dynamics change at home due to her larger than life personality.As the family tries to navigate their new way of living, they will realize that everything will be okay as long as they look after one another.
When speaking at the Sundance studio earlier this year, Yeun said that he felt connected to the script and added that it “captured a feeling of what an immigrant experience is like”.