The 3rd season of Elementary is due to be released August 25th. For details please go to the source link.
Lucy Liu is keeping herself busy during her “Elementary” hiatus.Aside from directing an upcoming season 3 episode of USA Network’s “Graceland,” the 46-year-old actress will also appear in a season 5 episode of HBO’s “Girls,” TVLine has learned.
In an earlier version of TVLine’s story, it was stated that Liu will be joined by her “Elementary” co-star Jonny Lee Miller. TVLine, however, amended the story, noting that they were recently told that “it’s likely that Liu will appear solo.”
Despite TVLine’s correction, some fans are still convinced that Miller will appear in show, most especially after Entertainment Weekly published a number of set photos from the upcoming installment of the comedy-drama.
In one of the photos, Liu can be seen on set with a man bearing a striking resemblance to Miller. See the pic here.
Block Chain Summit, the exclusive bitcoin event held on Richard Branson’s private island, has revealed a surprising advocate of blockchain technology.
According to tweets from Necker Island, actress Lucy Liu – better known for her work in Hollywood blockbusters and Sherlock Holmes reboot Elementary – joined participants for a Skype discussion on how the blockchain could play a role in identity management.
Although the event was live streamed on Periscope, organisers are expected to publicly release videos of the talks given during the three-day event soon.
Following 21’s plans to put mining chips in consumer devices, tweets from Block Chain Summit attendees also revealed pictures of a light bulb capable of mining bitcoin, developed by BitFury.
BitFury did not respond to a request for comment at press time.
Lucy Liu is keeping busy during her Elementary hiatus.
The actress is set to direct an upcoming episode of USA’s hit drama Graceland, the network announced on Thursday.
“Graceland is a truly gripping drama series with strong, dynamic characters and a knack for shedding light on the ‘human element’ of some very provocative storylines,” said Liu in a statement. “As a fan of the series since its launch, I am so excited to be a part of this production and direct an episode for season three.”
The episode, which is slated to air on Aug. 27, marks Liu’s fourth stint behind the camera. She directed the 2011 short Meena and two episodes of Elementary, on which she has starred for three seasons.
Graceland hails from Jeff Eastin (White Collar) and centers on a group of FBI, DEA and ICE agents living together in a Southern California beach house. The series returns for season three on June 25 at 10 p.m. on USA.
Liu is repped by ICM, Framework Entertainment and Schreck Rose.
Added 5 stills from the episode.
I have added images of Lucy from the 101st White House Correspondents Association Dinner held last night to the gallery.
PUBLIC APPEARANCES > 2015 > April 25: 101st White House Correspondents Association Dinner
DreamWorks Animation announced today that Kung Fu Panda 3 has been moved up from a March 18, 2016 release date to January 29, 2016. The other films scheduled for the new date are The Finest Hours, The 5th Wave and New Line’s untitled horror film.
Continuing on his now legendary adventures of awesomeness, Po must face two hugely epic, but very different threats: one supernatural and the other a little closer to home. This chapter in the continuing adventures of Kung Fu Panda is directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson, who also helmed the worldwide hit Kung Fu Panda 2 and features a script by series writers Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger.
Jack Black returns as the voice of Po in the film along with Gary Oldman, Dustin Hoffman, David Cross, Angelina Jolie, Michelle Yeoh, Mads Mikkelsen, Danny McBride, Lucy Liu, Seth Rogen, Jackie Chan, James Hong, and Bryan Cranston.
The first two chapters of DreamWorks Animation’s critically-acclaimed “Kung Fu Panda” franchise opened in 2008 and 2011. Both films were honored with Academy Award nominations for Best Animated Feature Film. Together, they have generated approximately $1.3 billion at the worldwide box office.
Episode 3.20 – A Stitch In Time
Episode 3.21 – Under My Skin
Coming from humble beginnings, Lucy Liu was always taught to value what she had.
“I felt like they really gave me an appreciation for the care and love we had,” she tells PEOPLE of her parents, who immigrated to New York City from China.
“If we didn’t like what we had because it wasn’t spaghetti and meatballs, we were taught that there were children starving in other parts of the world and we were lucky to have food on our table,” she says.
So in 1994, when the actress, now 46, was in search of the perfect philanthropic cause to lend her time, it was important that children be at the heart of it. That’s how her involvement with UNICEF began. Ten years later, in 2004, Liu was appointed as a UNICEF ambassador for work within the organization.