Is “June 13th – Part Two” perfect? Not by a long shot. Are there giant logical flaws? Well, yeah — it is “Heroes,” after all. Is it the best episode of the season so far? Absolutely.
Well, that was a letdown — not that surprising, considering this episode was centered, in both plot and emotion, around a character that never showed up.
Masi Oka, Greg Grunberg, Cristine Rose and Noah Gray-Cabey discuss reprising their roles in NBC’s 13-episode “Heroes Reborn.”
Masi Oka reprises his role as the fan-favorite Hiro Nakamura in this week’s episode of the NBC revival.
Masi Oka and Zachary Levi promote NBC’s upcoming super powered reboot on the cover of “TV Guide’s” Fall Preview issue.
The actor spoke at Comic-Con International about reprising his role as fan-favorite Hiro Nakamura for the NBC miniseries, and wonders what happened to Ando.
He joins fellow series veteran jack Coleman and a cast of newcomers, including “Chuck’s” Zachary Levi, in the revival of the NBC series.
Warner Bros. has hired Wrath of the Titans screenwriter Dan Mazeau to adapt Tite Kubo’s hit manga Bleach as a live-action film, with Peter Segal producing.
The actor, who played the time-traveling Hiro Nakamura, is collaborating with Alex Sabeti on a script about agents dispatched to a parallel universe to prevent events from happening.
Heroes star Masi Oka, who traveled through space and time as Hiro Nakamura, makes the leap to the coroner’s office for his recurring role as Max Bergman in the remake of Hawaii Five-0. The series debuts tonight at 10 EST/PST on CBS.