Blackpink

19 Feb 19
Linguist in the City

My phone alarmed at 5:00 a.m. – I still have two hours to prepare myself. January 29- the big day came! It is the most awaited day of all the graduating students because it is their final day to apply all their learnings in the university, their final day to perform as a student because […]

18 Feb 19
tashie tries to write

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18 Feb 19
SCNG
Welcome to Garden Grove Boulevard: The birthplace of Orange County’s Korean American community, established in the 1970s. Here, the cool kids were grilling pork belly and briskets in the ’80s at what is believed to be Southern California’s first Korean barbecue restaurant. For decades, a bakery at Gilbert Street has been selling traditional Korean rice cakes, so chewy some stretch like mozzarella cheese. #gallery-1625452-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1625452-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1625452-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1625452-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Korean Singo pears sit for sale at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner James An in his New Seoul BBQ restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner Janis Kim in her kimbap Hodori restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Shoppers leave the A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) New Seoul BBQ, one of the first Korean BBQ restaurants in the county, in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner Janis Kim in the doorway of her kimbap Hodori restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean BBQ is cooked at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Shoppers walk through the A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Bacon, shrimp and jumbo squid wait to be cooked at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Manager Eunice Baik at the New Seoul BBQ restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Kimchi sits on shelves at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Rice cookers sit for sale at Kitchen Land, a kitchen supply store in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Businesses along Garden Grove Blvd. in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) A shopper picks through Korea Chestnuts at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Many types of ramen sit for sale at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean foods at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean foods at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) A man walks past the Korean Bookstore in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner James An in his New Seoul BBQ restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean celebrities held huge parking lot concerts here in the ’90s – well before K-Pop acts Blackpink and BTS began selling out arenas across Southern California. The two-mile stretch of Garden Grove Boulevard from Brookhurst Street to Beach Boulevard was officially dubbed “Orange County Koreatown” by the Garden Grove City Council last week. Business leaders wanted a catchy name more reflective of the area’s community and history than the previous Korean Business District advertised. They are hoping the name and a string of new developments will help attract younger Koreans and non-Koreans to the area. “Garden Grove is a spiritual hometown for so many in the Korean community,” Korean American Federation of Orange County President John Kim said. “It’s an original Koreatown and well recognized as a Koreatown by the public.” The neighborhood is quaint compared to Los Angeles’ more famous Koreatown, filled with high-rises and young couples on dates. The area also skews much older than newer Korean communities in Irvine or Buena Park, so you’ll find a lot more mom-and-pop places here. Shops and restaurants are also a bit more understated. If you’re expecting to see a slice of 2019 flashy Seoul, you may have come to the wrong place. But, if you want to discover good Korean restaurants hidden among car dealerships and no-frills motels, if you just want to know what it’s like to be in a gigantic, two-mile-long Korean home where a grandma is cooking you a mean pot of kimchi stew, this is a pretty good place to start. Let us be your guide to O.C.’s Koreatown. Restaurants  You can’t talk about the Korean community without discussing its food, and the area offers several good options. One of the most popular seems to be Mo Ran Gak (9651 Garden Grove Blvd.), which has a traditional array of Korean barbecue from briskets to short ribs. But naengmyeon, or Korean cold noodles, is the real signature dish here. New Seoul BBQ (9902 Garden Grove Blvd.) says it was the first Korean barbecue restaurant in Southern California. It has all the meat you care to eat, and a salad bar filled with side dishes. If you want a bit newer, more L.A.-like Korean barbecue experience, you can try Grams BBQ (8902 Garden Grove Blvd.). You probably want to go to these with a group of friends. Nothing is more depressing than grilling meat alone. If you want to try some Korean home cooking, Jang Mo Gip (9816 Garden Grove Blvd.) is an option – and it is where the store brand Mother-in-Law’s Kimchi was born. Want something light? Try Hodori (9858 Garden Grove Blvd.), which has gimbaps – Korean rice rolls – and tteokbooki – Korean spicy stir-fried rice cakes. Desserts There are several boba cafes. But since you’re in essentially a gigantic Korean home, why don’t you try traditional Korean rice cakes? Im Bang Ah (9520 Garden Grove Blvd.) has been selling a variety of the cakes for decades, including songpyeon (think very sweet dumplings) and injeolmi (think Korean mochi). But the area also has a couple straight-from-Korea chain bakeries: Paris Baguette (8899 Garden Grove Blvd.) and Tous Les Jours (9619 Garden Grove Blvd.). Pastries from those will satisfy your sweet tooth and probably make you not fit in your pants anymore. Food Stores Notice that didn’t say grocery stores. Sure, H-Mart (8911 Garden Grove Blvd.) and A.R. Supermarket (9580 Garden Grove Blvd.) are two big grocery stores in Koreatown. Those will give you all the supplies for cooking Korean dishes at home: Korean pears, gingers and radishes or cuts of pork belly and beef short rib. For an extra charge, workers will prep the fresh fish for you so you don’t have to handle all their organs. But there are quite a few specialty food stores worth a mention. There’s Seoul Do Soon Yi Kimchi Company (9972 Garden Grove Blvd.) that sells gallon containers of all kinds of kimchi. Chung’s Grocery right next door has delicacies such as gosari namul, or bracken fiddleheads, imported from Korea. Gift Shops KitchenLand (9580 Garden Grove Blvd.) is a mishmash of what can only be described as … stuff. There are kimchi refrigerators and rice cookers. There are takoyaki pans and tea pots. Think Daiso, except narrower aisles that will make you watch every step so you don’t knock something off. Want to make your skin glow? The same mall that hosts A.R. Supermarket has Aritaum, a Korean beauty chain that has more than a dozen stores across Southern California. The same mall that hosts H Mart has Rodeo Cosmetics, which also has a shop in L.A.’s Koreatown. If you want to buy a gift for that BTS fan in your life, stop by Aladin Korean Bookstore (9562 Garden Grove Blvd.). While the shop’s offerings might not be as extensive as what can be found at stores in Buena Park’s The Source, there are enough K-Pop albums and posters to help with anyone’s fandom, or deok-jil as Koreans call it. And so much more The neighborhood isn’t just shops and restaurants, of course. Imperial Health Spa (8251 Garden Grove Blvd.) is a bit older Korean sauna compared to what you’ll find in L.A. or Fullerton, but it has all the services for having that Korean spa day you read about. Cafeoke Ding Dong Dang, which means “Correct” in Korean, is where you can sing your heart out karaoke style (9738 Garden Grove Blvd.). Perhaps try Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which has become Korea’s favorite song recently. And, don’t be shy about singing along to your favorite K-Pop song. No one judges accents. But unless you’ve been working out, don’t try the K-Pop dances. More about Orange County Koreatown First Korean business in Garden Grove: Taekwondo academies in the early 1970s First Korean grocery store in Garden Grove: Gyeongdong Market in 1977 Estimated Korean population in Garden Grove as of 2017: 4,436 The number of Korean businesses in Garden Grove: 493 as of 2014, according to the Korea Daily. (Source: U.S. census and the Korean American Federation of Orange County)  
18 Feb 19
Annyeong Oppa

In case you missed the latest happenings in the Korean pop culture scene, here are the highlights of the week: Lee Sung Kyung wows fans to Blackpink dance covers YG and MLD Entertainment respond to iKON’s Yunhyeong and Momoland’s Daisy dating rumors Oh Yeon Seo and Kim Bum confirm break up after months of dating […]

18 Feb 19
Sophie's blog

Everyone like listening to songs right?Me too. I listen to songs when I am taking the bus to school. It feels good to listen to music on morning . Well, I got a few songs and I want to introduce them to u. *HAVANA Singer: Camila Cabello https://g.co/kgs/dc4gAN *Thank u, next Singer: Ariana Grande https://g.co/kgs/8onPWW […]

18 Feb 19
cups & coffee

My brother and I are avid K-Pop fanatics and one of the usual thing we do when we get together is dance to some K-Pop music. I may not be as good as him but I try to dance along. K-Pop songs are so catchy and the choreography amazes me all the time. Here are […]

18 Feb 19
BLACKPINK App

The photos of BlackPink Jennie, the new muse of cosmetics brand Hera, has been released. Cosmopolitan, a fashion magazine, released a lip makeup photo with Hera and Jennie on the 18th Jennie picked “Cleaning” as her most important beauty care, and answered that Hera’s black cushion is the pouch item that she amlways takes wherever […]

18 Feb 19
Orange County Register
Welcome to Garden Grove Boulevard: The birthplace of Orange County’s Korean American community, established in the 1970s. Here, the cool kids were grilling pork belly and briskets in the ’80s at what is believed to be Southern California’s first Korean barbecue restaurant. For decades, a bakery at Gilbert Street has been selling traditional Korean rice cakes, so chewy some stretch like mozzarella cheese. #gallery-6696009-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-6696009-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-6696009-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-6696009-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Korean Singo pears sit for sale at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner James An in his New Seoul BBQ restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner Janis Kim in her kimbap Hodori restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Shoppers leave the A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) New Seoul BBQ, one of the first Korean BBQ restaurants in the county, in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner Janis Kim in the doorway of her kimbap Hodori restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean BBQ is cooked at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Shoppers walk through the A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Bacon, shrimp and jumbo squid wait to be cooked at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Manager Eunice Baik at the New Seoul BBQ restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Kimchi sits on shelves at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Rice cookers sit for sale at Kitchen Land, a kitchen supply store in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Businesses along Garden Grove Blvd. in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) A shopper picks through Korea Chestnuts at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Many types of ramen sit for sale at A.R. Supermarket, a Korean grocery story in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. Garden Grove’s Korean Business District has officially been renamed as “Orange County Koreatown.” (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean foods at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean foods at New Seoul BBQ in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) A man walks past the Korean Bookstore in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Owner James An in his New Seoul BBQ restaurant in the Korean Business District, now officially renamed as “Orange County Koreatown” in Garden Grove, on Friday, February 15, 2019. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG) Korean celebrities held huge parking lot concerts here in the ’90s – well before K-Pop acts Blackpink and BTS began selling out arenas across Southern California. The two-mile stretch of Garden Grove Boulevard from Brookhurst Street to Beach Boulevard was officially dubbed “Orange County Koreatown” by the Garden Grove City Council last week. Business leaders wanted a catchy name more reflective of the area’s community and history than the previous Korean Business District advertised. They are hoping the name and a string of new developments will help attract younger Koreans and non-Koreans to the area. “Garden Grove is a spiritual hometown for so many in the Korean community,” Korean American Federation of Orange County President John Kim said. “It’s an original Koreatown and well recognized as a Koreatown by the public.” The neighborhood is quaint compared to Los Angeles’ more famous Koreatown, filled with high-rises and young couples on dates. The area also skews much older than newer Korean communities in Irvine or Buena Park, so you’ll find a lot more mom-and-pop places here. Shops and restaurants are also a bit more understated. If you’re expecting to see a slice of 2019 flashy Seoul, you may have come to the wrong place. But, if you want to discover good Korean restaurants hidden among car dealerships and no-frills motels, if you just want to know what it’s like to be in a gigantic, two-mile-long Korean home where a grandma is cooking you a mean pot of kimchi stew, this is a pretty good place to start. Let us be your guide to O.C.’s Koreatown. Restaurants  You can’t talk about the Korean community without discussing its food, and the area offers several good options. One of the most popular seems to be Mo Ran Gak (9651 Garden Grove Blvd.), which has a traditional array of Korean barbecue from briskets to short ribs. But naengmyeon, or Korean cold noodles, is the real signature dish here. New Seoul BBQ (9902 Garden Grove Blvd.) says it was the first Korean barbecue restaurant in Southern California. It has all the meat you care to eat, and a salad bar filled with side dishes. If you want a bit newer, more L.A.-like Korean barbecue experience, you can try Grams BBQ (8902 Garden Grove Blvd.). You probably want to go to these with a group of friends. Nothing is more depressing than grilling meat alone. If you want to try some Korean home cooking, Jang Mo Gip (9816 Garden Grove Blvd.) is an option – and it is where the store brand Mother-in-Law’s Kimchi was born. Want something light? Try Hodori (9858 Garden Grove Blvd.), which has gimbaps – Korean rice rolls – and tteokbooki – Korean spicy stir-fried rice cakes. Desserts There are several boba cafes. But since you’re in essentially a gigantic Korean home, why don’t you try traditional Korean rice cakes? Im Bang Ah (9520 Garden Grove Blvd.) has been selling a variety of the cakes for decades, including songpyeon (think very sweet dumplings) and injeolmi (think Korean mochi). But the area also has a couple straight-from-Korea chain bakeries: Paris Baguette (8899 Garden Grove Blvd.) and Tous Les Jours (9619 Garden Grove Blvd.). Pastries from those will satisfy your sweet tooth and probably make you not fit in your pants anymore. Food Stores Notice that didn’t say grocery stores. Sure, H-Mart (8911 Garden Grove Blvd.) and A.R. Supermarket (9580 Garden Grove Blvd.) are two big grocery stores in Koreatown. Those will give you all the supplies for cooking Korean dishes at home: Korean pears, gingers and radishes or cuts of pork belly and beef short rib. For an extra charge, workers will prep the fresh fish for you so you don’t have to handle all their organs. But there are quite a few specialty food stores worth a mention. There’s Seoul Do Soon Yi Kimchi Company (9972 Garden Grove Blvd.) that sells gallon containers of all kinds of kimchi. Chung’s Grocery right next door has delicacies such as gosari namul, or bracken fiddleheads, imported from Korea. Gift Shops KitchenLand (9580 Garden Grove Blvd.) is a mishmash of what can only be described as … stuff. There are kimchi refrigerators and rice cookers. There are takoyaki pans and tea pots. Think Daiso, except narrower aisles that will make you watch every step so you don’t knock something off. Want to make your skin glow? The same mall that hosts A.R. Supermarket has Aritaum, a Korean beauty chain that has more than a dozen stores across Southern California. The same mall that hosts H Mart has Rodeo Cosmetics, which also has a shop in L.A.’s Koreatown. If you want to buy a gift for that BTS fan in your life, stop by Aladin Korean Bookstore (9562 Garden Grove Blvd.). While the shop’s offerings might not be as extensive as what can be found at stores in Buena Park’s The Source, there are enough K-Pop albums and posters to help with anyone’s fandom, or deok-jil as Koreans call it. And so much more The neighborhood isn’t just shops and restaurants, of course. Imperial Health Spa (8251 Garden Grove Blvd.) is a bit older Korean sauna compared to what you’ll find in L.A. or Fullerton, but it has all the services for having that Korean spa day you read about. Cafeoke Ding Dong Dang, which means “Correct” in Korean, is where you can sing your heart out karaoke style (9738 Garden Grove Blvd.). Perhaps try Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which has become Korea’s favorite song recently. And, don’t be shy about singing along to your favorite K-Pop song. No one judges accents. But unless you’ve been working out, don’t try the K-Pop dances. More about Orange County Koreatown First Korean business in Garden Grove: Taekwondo academies in the early 1970s First Korean grocery store in Garden Grove: Gyeongdong Market in 1977 Estimated Korean population in Garden Grove as of 2017: 4,436 The number of Korean businesses in Garden Grove: 493 as of 2014, according to the Korea Daily. (Source: U.S. census and the Korean American Federation of Orange County)  
18 Feb 19
top theme1234

Today I will write about some of my favorite k-pop bands. And a mini curiosity about each of them. BLACKPINK a female k-pop group: coast of 4 members … · Jisoo, real name Kim Ji Soo was born on January 3, 1995 (24 years old). · Jennie, real name Jennie Kim was born on January […]

18 Feb 19
Annyeong Oppa

The South Korean Idol Group BLACKPINK is the newest face of Shopee! After the successful launch in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, BLACKPINK has finally come to Shopee Philippines. View this post on Instagram #TeamBlack or #TeamPink? Hit it with an emoji! 👍💖 Stay tuned as we unveil this MEGA surprise in your area tomorrow. #ShopeePH […]

17 Feb 19
Intergalactic Writers

Blackpink is a south korean girl group consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. They were formed by YG entertainment. They were trained for 4-6 years before debut. Each member has its own uniqueness, talent, and charisma. As of now they are the only girl group of YG. They debuted on August 08, 2016 […]

17 Feb 19
EXO Princess

So first before we made our tour in 3 museum and Star city we experience a long funny ride. Our tour guide gives a Trivia and History about Manila. Then a hour later we made our first tour in Presidential’s Car Museum. In this tour we only take and familiarize the Presidential’s Car that have […]

17 Feb 19
Desert Local News

Los Angeles, CA – Thursday, February 14th, 2019 Today, Goldenvoice revealed its lineup for the Goldenvoice Presents April concert series. This year, the series will take over venues throughout Southern California with over 35 shows between April 10 and April 21 plus additonal shows later this year. Goldenvoice Presents April, now in its sixth year, offers fans the […]

17 Feb 19
Ashbroyale

Late Show Me More: Dancing To BLACKPINK SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPsRiphpFfQ : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLd8RrV939RYvoAWJK_oEaw : The mood was buoyant at Stephen Colbert’s place this week as K-POP superstars BLACKPINK took over the building, and our host got to spend time with the likes of Regina King, John Oliver, Trevor Noah, Jeff Goldblum, Natasha Lyonne and man-of-the-hour Bradley Cooper. […]