Maggie Q was first seen in the television drama series ‘House of the Dragon’ in 1998. She made her big-screen debut in the 2000 comedy horror film ‘Model from Hell’’ directed by Chun Keung Chiu. The following year, she made a brief appearance in the American buddy action comedy film ‘Rush Hour 2’ directed by Brett Ratner. Even though the film saw mixed reviews from critics, it emerged as a major commercial success and grossed over $347.3 million against a budget of $90 million. She next appeared in films like ‘Naked Weapon’ (2002), ‘The Trouble-Makers’ (2003), ‘Magic Kitchen’ (2004), ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ (2004), ‘Rice Rhapsody’ (2004), and ‘Dragon Squad’ (2005). The year 2006 saw the release of the American action spy film where Q was seen playing the role of ‘Zhen Lei.’ The film received mostly positive reviews and did decent business at the box office. Q also received the ‘Asian Excellence Award’ for her performance in the film. In 2007, she starred as ‘Mai Linh’ in the American action-thriller film ‘Live Free or Die Hard’ directed by Len Wiseman. The film opened to a positive reception and grossed over $388.2 million against a budget of $110 million.
She was next seen in films like Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon’ (2008), ‘Deception’ (2008), ‘The Warrior and the Wolf’ (2009), ‘Operation: Endgame’ (2010), and ‘The King of Fighters’ (2010). In 2010, she joined the main cast of the American action thriller drama television series ‘Nikita’ where she played the role of ‘Nikita Mears.’ The series ran for 4 seasons and went off-air in 2013. Q also earned several award nominations including 3 ‘Teen Choice Award’ nominations for her role. In 2011, she appeared in the American action horror film ‘Priest’ directed by Scott Stewart. The film received mostly negative reviews from critics. She portrayed ‘Tori Wu’ in the 2014 American social science fiction action film ‘Divergent’ directed by Neil Burger. The film opened to a mixed reception but managed to come out as a financial success. She reprised her role as ‘Tori Wu’ in ‘The Divergent Series: Insurgent’ (2015) and ‘The Divergent Series: Allegiant’ (2016). She continued to star in films like ‘The Crash’ (2017), ‘Slumber’ (2017), ‘The Con Is On’ (2018), ‘Modest Heroes’ (2018), ‘Fantasy Island’ (2020), ‘The Argument’ (2020), and ‘Death of Me’ (2020).
In 2021, she was seen playing the role of ‘Anna’ in the American action thriller film ‘The Protégé’ directed by Martin Campbell. The film received mixed to positive reviews from critics. She was last seen in the American comedy television series ‘Pivoting’ in 2022.
The fourth installment in the Die Hard film series, Live Free or Die Hard tells the story of John McClane, who attempts to stop cyber-terrorists from taking over the government of the United States. A major hit at the box office, it received generally positive reviews from critics.
In a futuristic society where each adult must choose one of five factions for life, Tris Prior trains to join Dauntless, the faction of the brave, hiding that she is a Divergent who will not fit into any group. However, after uncovering a plot to kill all Divergents, she must use her divergence to save the world.
IMF Agent, Ethan Hunt is retired from field work but makes a comeback when one of his own student is captured by arms dealer Owen Davian. As the situation gets more dangerous, Ethan has to find out about a mysterious object code named the Rabbit's Foot, deal with IMF’s double agent and simultaneously protect his wife Julia.
The second installment in the Rush Hour series doesn’t fail to deliver in comedy and high-intensity action. Chief Inspector Lee and LAPD Detective James Carter pursue Fu-Cang-Long triad boss Ricky Tan, who masterminds a bomb attack at the US Embassy in Hong Kong.
The second installment in The Divergent Series, the movie finds Tris Prior, Four, the rest of the Divergents, and the Factionless going to war against Jeanine Matthews and the Dauntless faction. Eventually captured, Tris unlocks a box to reveal that the faction system was an experiment and that the world is waiting outside the walled city.
An accountant is introduced to an underground sex club known as the The List, by his lawyer friend. But he soon becomes a prime suspect after a woman gets disappeared and a multi-million dollar heist takes place.
New York, I Love You is a romantic comedy-drama film, which revolves around the love life of several residents living in New York, the most loved and the most hated city in the World.
In this third movie in the The Divergent series, Tris, her brother, Caleb, and her lover, Four, escape the walled Chicago and come across truths that shatter previous knowledge. Facing dangers that threaten humanity, Tris is forced to make bold decisions in order to survive.
An adaptation of Jules Verne’s novel, the movie revolves around eccentric inventor Phileas Cogg who is challenged by the villainous, Lord Kelvin, to travel around the world in eighty days. He is helped in his thrilling adventure by his valet, Passepartout, and Monique La Roche, who are hiding their own secrets.
Priest is a former elite warrior who fought in the long war between humans and vampires and now lives in a walled city controlled by The Church. When his niece, Lucy, is abducted by some vampires and the clergy dismisses the possibility of a vampire resurgence, he launches a rescue attempt with Lucy's boyfriend and a powerful Priestess.
Randy Daytona is former professional table tennis champion, who is now jobless. His life takes a turn when an FBI agent selects him for a secret mission.
A spy finds his boss murdered in their underground facility. In addition, the place has been rigged with explosives by the killer. Now, it is up to him to find the man responsible for the crime.