Perhaps Michelle Yeoh first won your heart for her performance in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, or her glam role in the Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies. As of late, she left our jaws hanging open in the metaphysical action-comedy Everything, Everywhere, All At Once, along with Jamie Lee Curtis. Perhaps you’re planning for her to win your heart all over again in the forthcoming Trek: sequel, Section 31, where she will reprise her character of Captain Philippa Georgiou.
Presently, the icon is going to be gracing the streaming services, featuring in a forthcoming Netflix show The Brothers Sun. As indicated by Deadline, the dark, comedic drama follows Charles Sun, a Taipei gangster who’s turned into a ruthless killer. At the point when his dad is shot by a mysterious assassin, Charles must go to L.A. to protect his mom and more younger brother Bruce, who came to the U.S. as a youngster and has no clue about his family’s past. Yeoh will portray Mama Sun, a shrewd and protective mother who moved her son to LA to get away from the gangster lifestyle.
Alongside Yeoh, it features a lot of familiar faces
Sam Song Li of Better Call Saul will portray Bruce, the little brother who gets tossed into a world of gangsters he is entirely not ready for. Highdee Kuan of Fear The Night portrays an assistant DA and Joon Lee of Dates will portray an aspiring gangster and Bruce’s childhood best friend. Comedian Jenny Yang, Disney Channel star Madison Hu, Parks and Rec’s Rodney To, and Alice Hewkin of Sex Education and Game of Thrones will likewise portray recurring roles. Charles Sun will be portrayed by Justin Chien, whose most notable credit as of now is in the Snapchat series Two Sides: Unfaithful, however, that is going to change.
It will be produced by the co-creator of Glee and American horror story
Brad Falchuk, who marked signed an eight-figure overall deal with Netflix in 2019, through his Brad Falchuk Teley-vision banner, will act as showrunner and l executive producer of the series. Falchuck is the co-creator of Glee and American Horror Story, however we hope he’s keeping Ryan Murphy away from The Brothers Sun with a ten-foot post. It will be written and executive-produced by newcomer Byron Wu.