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The anticipated season 2 premiere of The Exorcist aired yesterday and we got our first look at Andy Kim, John’s newest character where he plays a foster parent 5 kids, which surprise(!) one of them got possessed by the end of the episode.

It’s such an interesting change from the latest we saw of John on TV (Todd on Difficult People) as we see Andy interact with kids and just be super adorable and amazing in general and we can’t wait to see more of the character through out the season.

I’ve updated the gallery with additional stills & high quality screencaptures of John in the premiere of The Exorcist.

   

The Exorcist (2017 – ????) – Season 02 – Episode Stills – 01. Janus 
The Exorcist (2017 – ????) – Season 02 – Episode Screencaptures – 01. Janus

John made an appearance in the season 3 finale of Difficult People. From the sound of it, it looks like Billy & Todd have broke up.

But as far as it was announced, John still has one more episode to film if/when the show comes back so here is to hoping as Todd comes back as he’s hands down, one of my favorite John characters. Make sure to head to the gallery to check out the still & high quality logoless screencaptures of John from the episode.

    

Difficult People (2017) – Season 03 – Episode Stills – 10. The Silkwood
Difficult People (2017) – Season 03 – Episode Screencaptures – 10. The Silkwood 

Literally, Right Before Aaron is an American comedy film starring Justin Long & Cobie Smulders. The movie premiered earlier this year in Tribeca Film Festival and was released today on Digital HD & iTunes.

Adam and Allison were college sweethearts. Adam is heartbroken when she breaks up with him, then finds himself in the odd predicament of being a “dear friend” invited to her wedding a year and a half later. At the rehearsal dinner, he is introduced by another friend as the guy who dated Allison “…literally, right before Aaron”, the groom, started dating her.

I have updated the gallery with high quality screencapture of John who made a small cameo in the movie as Mark, Adam’s friend.

   

Photos: FOX Fall Party

by Mouza/September 26, 2017/No Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of John attending the Fox Fall Party in Los Angeles yesterday with his co-stars from the second season of The Exorcist.

   

With the release of the first teaser trailer of The Exorcist season 2, Fox have released new stills and promotional pictures of John in season 2. Check them out below.

   

The Exorcist (2017 – ????) – Season 02 – Promotional Pictures
The Exorcist (2017 – ????) – Season 02 – Episode Stills – 01. Janus

John’s third (out of five) episode on Hulu’s Difficult People can be streamed on Hulu’s official website after being posted on Tuesday.

In this episode, we see Todd & Billy not being able to sleep in the same bed after multiple tries. I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencapture of John in the episode.

   

John & his co-star Haley Lu Richardson were in Ohio earlier this week to premiere their movie ‘Columbus‘ that was set in the city of Columbus. Check out the photos of the premiere and the photocall.

   

John’s first episode of Difficult People is available to stream on Hulu as of today! John plays advertising agency executive Todd Ross who gets into a fight with Billy’s character after using his headshot for medical ads without his permission. John’s time on screen was a bit too short for my taste but the character definitely made an impression and in such a short time, it’s already one of my favorite John’s roles.

Here’s a sneak peek (and a bit spoiler-y) scene from the episode that I couldn’t help but post. And then head to the gallery to check the episode stills and high quality screencaptures!

 

   

Difficult People (2017) – Season 03 – Episode Stills – 04. Rabbitversary
Difficult People (2017) – Season 03 – Episosde Screencaptures – 04. – Rabbitversary

   

“This is typically not the kind of place I like,” says John Cho. He takes off his sunglasses to better appreciate the rotunda on the second floor of the Central Library in downtown Los Angeles. It’s a breathtaking space—vast yet cozy, with a vibrantly painted ceiling dating back to its construction in 1926 and a chandelier depicting the zodiac that spills amber light throughout the massive dome. This is the 45-year-old actor’s first visit to the library, despite having lived in LA since he was in eighth grade, and he admits to being impressed: “I don’t like Rome or Beijing because their buildings always communicate power over the citizens,” explains Cho, who’s dressed simply in jeans and a white T-shirt. “But I like the idea that this is where the books are, and we’re going to build a grand place for them.” [More at Source]

  

John Cho has close to 100 acting credits on the Internet Movie Database, but only a handful of those are lead roles. Despite his association with two successful franchises (as Harold in the “Harold & Kumar” stoner comedies, and Sulu in the ongoing “Star Trek” saga), and despite his effortless charm, good looks and innate likability, Cho is rarely considered a genuine movie star.

That’s one reason his turn at the center of the indie drama “Columbus,” which premiered at Sundance to strong reviews earlier this year and is now playing in limited release, feels so overdue. Whether Hollywood wants to recognize it or not, Cho is indeed a genuine movie star.

“It felt like a little bit of a dream,” Cho said during a recent interview in Los Angeles. “Projects this small and this unusual are hard to make real, but it happened. All of a sudden we got the call and I was in Columbus.” [More at source]