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The Hawaii Five-O reboot debuts in less than three weeks, and the billboards are EVERYWHERRRE. The first one caught my eye, though, mostly because it made no sense whatsoever:
How you gonna stick the hotties in the back and the uglies up front? (Upon further investigation, Alex O’Loughlin, who’s front and center, is pretty cute, but in that ad you can’t tell and, moreover, it looks like he just ate a bad burrito filled with rancid goat meat.)
At least our boyfriend Daniel Dae Kim is holding a nice, thick, um, shotgun.
The second show billboard, however, is like Baby Bear’s bed: just right.
Here’s hoping the show takes place entirely during Hawaii’s rainy season!
I believe this is what it looks like when you say something to Grace Park like, “Are you on the rag or something?” or “I screwed your sister” or “Is your vajayjay sideways?”
Typically when someone celebrates a birthday, they receive presents.
But when it’s Grace Park’s birthday, we put up a couple pics of the lady…
We just learned that Grace Park will join the Embodiment of Sex (Daniel Dae Kim), in the cast of the forthcoming CBS redux of Hawaii Five-O.
Grace Park. DDK. Tropical climes. Bathing suits. Every week. In my living room.
Excuse me, please. I think I just wet myself.
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You don’t have to be a bleeding-heart emo vegan with a hard-on for Natalie Portman to think that killing baby seals for their fur is one of the sickest forms of animal cruelty around. But after seeing PETA’s new celebrity ad campaign to end seal slaughter in Canada and some of the douche applicators in it…
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But goddamn, Grace Park on the cover of the new issue of Maxim makes all of that nonsense look good. I CAN’T HATE. I CAN’T HATE. (Did I just write that??!?)
Calling our Canadiasian peeps! For those of you in the Toronto area: Michael Kang’s (The Motel) West 32nd will be screening at the Reel Asian International Film Festival this coming Saturday, November 15. West 32nd tells the story of a bright young lawyer who becomes ensnared in a Korean organized crime syndicate in Manhattan while investigating a murder. The film is filled with delicious eye-candy–like (our boyfriend) John Cho, Jun Kim, and Grace Park–that will make you want to lick the screen, and it hasn’t been released in Canadian or U.S. theaters yet, so you can see it first and feel a whole fucking lot cooler than your friends because of it. Director Michael Kang will also be in attendance, so you’ll get the chance to pick his brain, and it is an awesome brain, I assure you, one that is currently kicking my ass in online Scrabble. (Hi Michael! Please let me win this time, okay?!)
Click here for schedule and ticket information.
View the West 32nd trailer below: