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What became of Grace Heke?
Sunday Star-Times

4 Where are the Hekes now?

Maori TV catches up with the whanau 20 years on Then. From left, Julian Arahanga (Nig), Temuera Morrison (Jake 'The Muss'), Rena Owen (Beth), Mamaengaroa Pere (Grace) Taungaroa Emile (Boogie), Joseph Kairau (Huata) and Rachael Morris Tautau ... New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago
What became of Grace Heke? Sunday Star-Times, 2 weeks ago

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Temuera back as Boba Fett?

Could Temuera Morrison be playing Boba Fett in Star Wars? Photo / Greg Bowker, Supplied The Boba Fett-centric Star Wars 7 spin-off film expected in 2016 appears to have found its lead in the form of Temuera Morrison, who previously portrayed the ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago Temuera Morrison back as Boba Fett in Star Wars?  New Zealand Herald1 month ago Boba Fett Movie Plot Details To Focus On An Older, Good Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Instead Of A Star Wars Villain?  Inquisitr1 month ago Boba Fett Movie May Have Hired A Very Familiar Face  Cinema Blend2 months ago
The Press NZ

Boba Fett movie casts Temuera Morrison as bounty hunter Star Wars 7 spin-off set for 2016

Star Wars 7 spin-off film expected in 2016 appears to have found its lead in the form of Temuera Morrison, who previously portrayed the bounty hunter's son in Attack of
 Big News Network1 month ago Boba Fett is back  The Press NZ1 month ago Temuera Morrison to star in new Star Wars month ago

Tem returns to childhood holiday spot

Movie star Temuera Morrison is perched on a bar stool in Takapuna's Berkeley Cinema. The veteran actor has just finished telling local businesspeople about his trials, tribulations and celebrations. His smile is warm and he's frank, funny and ... month ago

Blog: We're drowning in TV nostalgia

TV is in the middle of a nostalgia orgy right now. Paul Casserly's takes some notes. Temuera Morrison starring as Jake the Mus in the film 'Once Were Warriors'. Dredging up the past. That's what it is. And I'm not just talking about Nicky ...
 New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago Paul Casserly: Family reunion  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago
Yahoo! Finance

The 'Star Wars' you're not supposed to see

The original 1977 version of the saga is nearly impossible to find, so these fans made their own. In 1978, Star Wars won seven Academy Awards. But ifyou want to watch that original version, the first of George Lucas's soon to be seven-part saga, ...
 MSN News1 day ago The Star Wars George Lucas Doesn't Want You To See  Yahoo! Finance4 days ago

Collins finally gets a laugh

Hoax post gives embattled minister a rare chuckle this week. Justice Minister Judith Collins. She was the victim of a satirical resignation letter this week, but under-fire Cabinet minister Judith Collins insists the humour was not lost on ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago The Diary: Crusher Collins gets a laugh from resignation  New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Gang drama scores cheque mate

by NEVIL GIBSON It is customary to describe a group of films that have common characteristics as a genre, and it can now be fairly claimed that this country has one it can claim as unique. The modern Maori genre has burgeoned in recent years and ...
 NZ Catholic1 week ago

3 Once Were Warriors: Rotorua's connections

RELUCTANT UNCLE: Rotoiti-raised actor Cliff Curtis said the role of Uncle Bully wasn't one he originally wanted and wasn't one he wanted to repeat. FILE Once Were Warriors burst onto the big screen in 1994 and 20 years on, its powerful and ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago Cliff Curtis haunted by Uncle Bully  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago Curtis haunted by Bully  New Zealand Herald2 weeks ago
The Press NZ

Once was Hollywood

Lee Tamahori doesn't know why people think he lives in Hollywood. He's directed big name actors Morgan Freeman and Sir Anthony Hopkins and is about to work on the Charles V inspired film Emperor with Adrien Brody. But New Zealand is still home. ...
 The Press NZ2 weeks ago Tamahori set to work Charles V film weeks ago
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