Daniel Dae Kim is back home in Hawaii to celebrate the local premiere of his new movie Hellboy with a special screening for a good cause.
Kim is hosting a special screening of Hellboy Sunday April 14 at 5pm at Ward Theatres as a benefit for Aloha Cancer Project, a cause close to the actor’s heart.
Tickets are $100 and with the purchase, you also get you a signed poster.
VIP tickets are no longer available, but they included a photo with the star and signed poster.
Kim talked about being able to give back to the community and also played a fun game on Living808 with Tannya Joaquin and John Veneri.
In Hellboy, Kim plays villain Ben Daimio in the R-rated reboot of the popular comic that stars David Harbour in the title role and co-stars Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, Sasha Lane, and more.
Kim has called Hawaii home with his family for 15 years, but the in-demand actor and producer splits his time between Honolulu, Los Angeles, New York, and Korea due to his projects.
His production company 3AD Media is behind the hit show The Good Doctor, which has just been renewed for season 3.
Season 2 brought Kim in front of cameras in the much anticipated guest star role of “Jackson Han” which showed a different side of the actor known for being a nice guy.
Kim continues to break barriers pushing for diversity in films and television.
In addition to starring in a superhero film, Kim has as an Asian American Rom-Com coming out in May with Netflix called “Always Be My Maybe” with Ali Wong and Randall Park.
For tickets, visit https://honoluluboxoffice.com
Note: The film is rated R, not suitable for viewers under 17 due to graphic content