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WORD IS THAT Godzilla, which starts filming in Vancouver, B.C., next week, will head here in early July for about a month of shooting … and location scouts reportedly connected with the much-conjectured Steven Spielberg project Jurassic Park IV were spotted on Oahu, Maui and Kaua’i …

While recent reports emphatically state that Jennifer Aniston and fiancé Justin Theroux‘s nuptials will not happen in Hawaii, we’ll still see a lot of the couple … Justin has a home on Kaua’i and Jennifer loves it here …

Get your tickets early for next Thursday’s one night only red carpet premiere of Jack McCoy‘s A Deeper Shade of Blue at Dole Cannery theaters. The film will show nationwide in select locations that night, but Hawaii gets the extra-special treatment … music by Kaukahi featuring Jack Johnson, and a Who’s Who of surfing in an after-show panel discussion lead by McCoy … Kathy Kohner, Jamie O’Brien, the Marshall brothers, Derek Hynd, Jordy Smith and Marti Pardisis are among the participants. Tickets for the March 28 event are available at Dole Cannery and online at www.FathomEvents.com …

State Rep. John Mizuno will recognize Miss Hawaii High School 2012 Angelica Reyes this week at the State Capital, along with Yvonne Elliman, Cristy Louden and Alan Arato, for their work in “The Crown C.A.R.E.S.,” the anti-bullying program of the national Miss High School and Collegiate America Pageant …

This week in 1992: Kenny Loggins performs at the Waikiki Shell, one of the stops on his “Leap of Faith” tour. His set includes House At Pooh Corner, Danny’s Song, This Is It, Footloose and I’m Alright. The Honolulu Boy Choir joins Kenny for If You Believe, and during Conviction of the Heart, Moani Whittle, guest services director of the Royal Lahaina Resort, and her 7-year-old daughter Kamakana dance an impromptu hula. During the show, Kenny helps KSSK deejay Cliff Richards surprise newswoman Erika Engle by popping the question … and she accepts! The audience is a sea of celebrities including sports broadcaster Joe Theismann, country singer Clint Black, actress Lisa Hartman, Raven TV star Jeffrey Meek and Olympian Greg Louganis. There’s a backstage party for Phil “Mr. Phil” Nakayama, celebrating his 50th birthday with a cake designed by the incomparable Wesley Oda. Tickets cost: $25, $20 and $16.50 … and the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Save The Best For Last by Vanessa Williams

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