Jackson promises post-'Kong' Kiwi pix

Boland, Michaela
December 2003
Daily Variety;12/5/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 44, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on the film productions in New Zealand. Plans of director Peter Jackson for the project "King Kong"; Information on the director and producer for the film "The Magnificent Magic Fingers"; Impetus to the growing popularity of the country as a setting for film productions.


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