Aussies rejoice! Hawaii Five-0 on Channel 10; Alex O’Loughlin interview; sneak peek behind filming this past week

Alex O’Loughlin interview on Aussie 7pm Project

Quotable:  “Everybody loves a remake…this isn’t your father’s Five-0.  “…I miss Australia a lot, I miss it less now that I’m here, there’s something very Australian about this island.”

Aussie promos

More Aussie clips from nmmcphee1981 on youtube!  Aussies finally caught Five-0 on Sunday night on Channel 10.

Behind the scenes look at filming this past week

Lucky Hawaii King Condo resident HawaiiPubCrawl went into stealth mode to catch the filming of the most recent episode of Five-0 at his complex in Waikiki.  No spoilers, just Chin and McG kicking a door down.  The best part comes near the end of this 9 minute clip where Alex makes time to pose for photos with a little fan.

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15 Responses to Aussies rejoice! Hawaii Five-0 on Channel 10; Alex O’Loughlin interview; sneak peek behind filming this past week

  1. Cecile says:

    Lol, it must be very frustrating to spend so much time opening a door !

  2. jlopie (Lynnette) says:

    Oh my gosh! I would not have the patience to be an actor or still have a smile on my face for the fans! Great little video!

  3. Robin says:

    Where was Scott? Saw Grace. Alex and Daniel, I wonder if Daniel’s foot hurt after that shoot?

  4. textbook says:

    Me too, I couldn’t stand to watch this stuff or do this stuff. Rehearsals of dialogue are one thing, but just spending a whole afternoon standing around and then kicking a door looks like a nightmare. Even spending 9 minutes watching the pretty boys is a challenge.

  5. McPhee says:

    Thanks for posting the stuff Officer.

  6. McPhee says:

    Australia does remind me a lot of Hawaii as well.

    Just watching the show is a lot like Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast in Queensland. And where I live also with all the forests we have reminds me a bit of the jungles in Hawaii

  7. McPhee says:

    Did that sound like a Spoiler mention in the end where one of the people said ‘He Dies in the end?’ what does that mean?

    It takes many shots just to do a simple 5-10 seconds shot. It can take up to over 50 takes. With Daniel kicking the door down it wouldn’t be real wood it would polysterine with special coating to prevent it from being broken when he breaks it down. It prevents him from being injured in the process.

  8. Cindy says:

    Thank you for these videos & your blog, love it. The only H50 I have missed was the pilot & I’m so glad CBS is finally replaying it next week. Congrats to the Aussies getting H50. Hope you love it as much as we do. I love listening to the Aussie accent, especially from Alex, lol.

    • officer808 says:

      Aloha and mahalo for your kind words 🙂 The pilot was the big hook that got a lot of people into Five-0. If you think it’s great now, you’ll think it’s even better after watching the Pilot!

  9. Cindy says:

    As a sound tech, I find the process of TV & film making fascinating and would love to be able to watch a scene being filmed live like this. As for being bored doing a scene over & over, I don’t know, having acted on stage, it might be nice to be able to have many takes to get your performance just perfect (along with editing lol) or explore different interpretations for the best & to only have to memorize chunks of the script, dialogue & blocking at a time instead of the whole thing at once would be nice as well perhaps. Just a thought.

    • Cecile says:

      For a scene where there is dialogue and actual interaction between the actors, it must be nice to be able to try a few things, but here, it’s just kicking a door open 😀

  10. hawaiiobsessed says:

    Alex is ridiculously good looking. I want to be the lady who “fixes” his hair! :>) Fun to see these videos, thanks for posting them.

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