Mike Gordon’s inside look at the Five-0 headquarters
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s entertainment reporter Mike Gordon got an exclusive look inside the Hawaii Five-0 headquarters. Here’s a snippet:
With its chocolate-brown wood trim, plush furniture and computers bristling with intelligence data, the headquarters of the new “Hawaii Five-0” squad has the look of a military command center.
The cast and crew of the CBS hit call it “HQ.” It’s been a fixture on nearly every episode of “Five-0,” a Bat Cave in paradise.
But it’s more than just a pretty set. It’s also the setting where executive producer Peter Lenkov breathed life into his vision of the show. Nothing, not even the Benjamin Moore Philipsburg Blue paint on the walls, is here without his blessing.
Even better than the article, follow the link to get an inside tour with an interactive web guide. As an added bonus, see the video clip of a video engineer explaining how the tabletop PC works. If you were a member of the Audio/Visual Club in high school, put down your Dungeons and Dragons rulebook and check it out. You will absolutely love it, I guarantee.
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