"Make no mistake, it's not revenge he's after. It's a reckoning."
"He is the sweetest guy. Have you ever looked into his eyes?"
"I'm in a glass case of emotion."
"Dude, no. This is serious. I just sharted."
-Philip Seymour Hoffman
Stanley Wong is a writer, director, and actor from New Orleans. During college he garnered notoriety for directing "Pac-Man: The Movie", which gathered 10+ million views and was featured on MTV, G4, Collegehumor, and the Washington Post. After graduating from the University of New Orleans, Stanley produced, starred, edited, and received story by credit for "Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide is a Bad Idea", which won the Audience Award at the Asian American International Film Festival. From there, Stanley was selected for the Armed With A Camera Fellowship for his short film "Hand Fart", which won the Audience Award at the Nashville Film Festival and was a Vimeo Staff Pick. Stanley most recently placed 3rd in the Slamdance Screenplay Competition with the horror feature "The Causeway", and played the token Asian in the "Jump Street" series and the Oscar-winning movie "The Big Short" opposite Ryan Gosling and Steve Carell. He recently finished his short film "Godzilla Party" and is working on getting his first feature as a writer/director off the ground.