Masi Oka at the world premiere of 'Peter Rabbit' held at The Grove in Los Angeles. The film is an adaptation of the beloved children's story by Beatrix Potter, and features the voices of James Corden, Margot Robbie and others - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 3rd February 2018
Masi Oka will return to the 'Heroes' franchise as Hiro Nakamura for the upcoming mini-series, 'Heroes Reborn'.
Masi Oka, the actor best known for his role as Hiro Nakamura in Heroes, will be reprising his role in the upcoming spin-off of the hit NBC show, Heroes Reborn. The 40-year-old actor is set to guest star in the upcoming mini-series.
Masi Oka will guest star in Heroes Reborn.
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Cancelled 'Heroes' is set to be reworked into new show 'Heroes Reborn' and return to TV in 2015, but what went wrong with the original series?
The first season of Heroes was undeniably gripping. The show quickly gained a loyal following and no one could argue that the end of each episode left you on tenterhooks, itching for just a little bit more information to try and work out what the hell was going on. Who wasn’t utterly bamboozled by the very cryptic ‘Save the cheerleader, save the world’ and Claire Bennet’s mysterious regeneration? The first series of Heroes felt promising and fresh, in the early days of the show fans looked forward to a long and fruitful relationship with the show.
Masi Oka starred in the original Heroes
That’s why it was even more of a letdown when over the following seasons it became apparent that the writers had absolutely no idea what the show was meant to be, or where it was heading. Heroes had all of the ingredients to be a smash hit, but something about it just felt clumsy. The villain of the first season, Sylar, played by Zachary Quinto, was sinister to the max. There was something inherently evil about Quinto’s Sylar, which just wasn’t quite matched in the following seasons. Story lines went nowhere, characters felt underdeveloped. Nobody was surprised to learn that the plots for the coming seasons were rarely planned in advance, it was that obvious. But it was also a shame for a show with that much latent potential to fail so miserably.
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After a humiliating breakup, Dylan (Timberlake) meets with high-achieving headhunter Jamie (Kunis) about a new job. Friendship blossoms, and since Jamie is emotionally damaged after a recent split and Dylan is emotionally unavailable, they decide to sleep together without any deeper attachment.
Meanwhile, they get increasingly involved in each others' lives, most notably as Dylan and his sister (Elfman) cope with their senile father (Jenkins). Of course, the main question is whether Dylan and Jamie can remain friends even if they have sex.
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When last we left the everyday avengers and their evil antagonists, New York City was saved from a cataclysmic event. Four months later, the authoritarian Company continues its investigation and control over the superhumans, focusing specifically on a new disease that could wipe out their special abilities -- as well as a large percentage of the population. In the meantime, Hiro (Masi Oka) is transported back to feudal Japan, where he discovers something very interesting about the legendary Takezo Kensei (David Anders). Elsewhere, fugitives Maya (Dania Ramirez) and Alejandro Herrera (Shalim Ortiz) make their way from Honduras to the United States. Along the way, they meet up with a now-powerless Sylar (Zachary Quinto). Finally, amnesiac Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) remembers who he is, while the cheerleader Claire (Hayden Panettiere) moves to California with her family and tries to have a normal life.
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Basically, Heroes is a comic book come to life, telling us of average people who suddenly find they have special, superhuman powers. A cheerleader, Claire (Hayden Panettiere), discovers she can heal any injury (it's a good thing, too, she'd be dead about 20 times over if she couldn't). A congressional candidate (Adrian Pasdar) can fly. A cop (Greg Grunberg) can read minds. And so on. The story that evolves over the 23 episodes of season one ultimately concern a serial killer, Sylar (Zachary Quinto), who is preying on superheroes and sucking out their powers for himself, and a nuclear bomb that is foretold by one hero to decimate New York City. Somehow the heroes are involved... but they might be able to stop it.
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