HI-KONG — The cast of “Gangam Style” is taking on their “gang” style of acting.

The “Gangs” movie series debuted at the Cannes Film Festival, where “Gone Girl” and “The Crown” won best picture and best director awards.

This week, the show will premiere in Japan.

In a new interview with the Japanese media outlet Nikkei, “Ganji” actor Kana Asaki, who portrays “Gran” in the film series, shared his “gangnam” style, saying, “My character, Gran, is very cool, but I have to be very cool as well.

I try to stay cool, and I like to look at the world from a different perspective.

I try to get as much experience as I can as a director.”

Asaki said the “Gon” in “Gangan” is also a reference to the Japanese word “ganja.” “

When I’m watching a film with someone else, it’s kind of like a movie with my character, because I think they’re really cool and funny, and that’s the part that really draws me in.”

Asaki said the “Gon” in “Gangan” is also a reference to the Japanese word “ganja.”

Gran, a street performer who plays in the series, says he wants to get involved in “Bachelor Nation” and is looking forward to meeting other characters in the movie series.

When asked about his character, he responded, “It’s not a real character, but as a street person, I have a real desire to meet some of these guys.

Takahashi said he is looking to make a sequel, but it’s unclear if he will be directing the movie. “

Bachelor” creator and “Gansu” star Shinjiro Takahashi also discussed the upcoming “Gentleman’s Agreement” movie.

Takahashi said he is looking to make a sequel, but it’s unclear if he will be directing the movie.

He also said he has a “gag” for actors who are late on the job.

Last year, Takahashis movie “Sengoku Basara: Ojousama no Yume” opened in Japan, but has not yet been released in the United States.

Ganja has also been in demand, and in April, a film about the rapper-actor, “Lil Xan,” opened in Taiwan.