Heroes Cast

Mar 24, 2009 - 8:39AM by FanBolt
Throughout Heroes' "Fugitives" volume, many of the super-powered world savers have been communicating with and taking orders from a mysterious ally named Rebel. This Monday (at 9pm/ET, on NBC), the truth behind that mystery will be revealed. But before that happens, Hiro Nakamura (Masi Oka) has to babysit a little one seemingly connected to Matt Parkman. We caught up with Oka to get the details on this diapered distraction, what Rebel is really up to, and just when (if it all) Hiro will get his powers back.

TVGuide.com: The last episode ended with Hiro discovering that the Matt Parkman he was trying to save was a baby. How is that going to play out?

Masi Oka: The baby is definitely a little bit extraordinary. More will be revealed about the baby and its origin. It's just another crossing of the paths in terms of the destinies of Hiro and Matt Parkman.

TVGuide.com: We knew Parkman's ex-wife was pregnant in Season 1, but Matt was sure it wasn't his baby. Is this kid even his?

Oka: That's all part of the reveal, but the baby is Matt Parkman's baby. So, what does that mean? We'll find out.

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Oct 20, 2008 - 7:30PM by FanBolt
FanBolt Interviews Masi Oka
Our host, FanBolt.Com, recently set down with Masi Oka to talk about the 3rd season of the series. Here's what was said:


Obviously there was some critical backlash for the premiere and what I don't understand -- and maybe you can help me figure it out -- the season premiere was shown at Comic-Con. Everything I remember hearing and reading was how fantastic the episode was, everyone loved it. So it aired and all of a sudden the critics, they're bashing it. So is there really something that needs to be fixed or do you think the critics are just bashing it for the sake of bashing it at this point?

Masi Oka: Oh I don't know. It's - you know, every critic is different and it - people look for different things. When we did premiere at Comic-Con and that's exactly the same one that we aired on the broadcast.

You know, at Comic-Con there was this great buzz and everyone loved it. And, you know, I think people were - after not - you know, after not seeing it for nine months they were still excited to see something great.

And I think Season 3 is some - the premiere was an answer to what, you know, kind of feedback we received from the fans. They wanted more story.

They wanted faster pace, a lot more action and a lot of focus on the original characters. And that's what we focused on. And, you know, the writers and the production staff, we all feel that we delivered based on what the fans wanted.

So I don't know if the critics are bashing for the sake of bashing it, but maybe it's just like a continued - well continuing (stealing the hat) from Season 2.

So I'm hoping that, you know, as the episodes progress that they could just go back to what made Heroes great with Season 1 and where Season 3 is headed towards, and then go back to seeing it as, you know, pure entertainment for the whole family.

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Sep 22, 2008 - 11:22AM by FanBolt
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Sep 08, 2008 - 3:19PM by FanBolt
HEROES star MASI OKA and actress SARAH LANCASTER have been banned from appearing in the SCRUBS series finale, which will hit TV screens next spring (09).

Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence wanted all the significant guest stars who have appeared on the sitcom to appear in the finale - but he has come up against TV red tape with NBC stars Oka and Lancaster, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Scrubs was an NBC show but rival network ABC has snapped up the sitcom for its last shows.

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