Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - August 10, 2011
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COUPLES SIGHTINGS: Aussie actor Sam Worthington of Avatar was spotted smooching and watching the sunset with his new lady while on holiday here, a nice break before Sam starts filming his latest, Drift, the rest of the month ... Jennifer Aniston and beau Justin Theroux arrived via private jet last week. Fun Fact: Jennifer just had a final house party celebrating the sale of her Beverly Hills mansion ... while James Bond star Pierce Brosnan and journalist wife Keely Shaye Smith relaxed at the beach on Kauai, where they own a home ...

Western Film Company is shooting an untitled western movie here this week ... and the military film originally titled The Master will star Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix, with actresses Madisen Beaty,

Amy Adams, Lena Endre and Laura Dern vying for the female lead. It’s scheduled for a 2013 release with a rumored budget of $35 million ... Fun Fact: The Master is director P.T. Anderson‘s second Hawaii film. He shot part of Adam Sandler‘s Punch-Drunk Love on Oahu ...

Local talent, actor and director Keo Woolford, known for his role as the King in The King and I in London and his successful touring one-man show, I-LAND, is holding open call auditions (all ethnicities and types) for Hula Nation Filmworks’ feature film Under the Hula Saturday, Aug. 13, from 3 to 8 p.m. at Pa’i Arts & Culture Center.

He’s seeking male hula dancers age 18-25 to play high school students. Dancers are the lead characters, so previous acting experience is preferred but not required. Get info at http://www.thehulanation.com or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) ...

Keo Woolford

Manapua alert! Chun Wah Kam is scheduled to open soon near Ala Moana Center at the former Pets Well location on the corner of Pensacola and Waimanu ...

Pacific Beach Hotel has added The Oldies & Goodies Band to its entertainment lineup at Aloha Center Café. The six-member band will perform hits from the greats such as Elvis, The Beatles, Motown, the Stones, Santana, Roy Orbison and more, every Tuesday and Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. this month ...

This week in 1974: It’s Seals and Crofts at the Waikiki Shell! The mood of the evening is set with Summer Breeze and followed by We May Never Pass This Way Again, Ruby Jean and Billie Lee (a song about their wives), Hummingbird and Diamond Girl, much to the delight of fans who paid $4 to $6.50 to be there. Hard to believe these are the same two guys who literally stopped the show at the Civic Auditorium 15 years earlier as members of The Champs, with their driving version of Night Train featuring Jimmy Seals on tenor sax and Dash Crofts on drums ... and the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Rock the Boat by the Hues Corporation ...

Catch Tom Moffatt and Uncle Tom’s Rock N Roll Drive-in Saturday mornings from 8 a.m. till noon on 107.9 Hawaii’s Kool Gold!


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