The Sunday Star Times had a page long article about Tem today. It was mostly about his new film Crooked Earth, but there was a brief mention of AotC. '. . . Morrison took himself off to Hollywood, where he's never again achieved his true potential in big-budget nonsense such as Barb Wire, Speed 2, and Six Days Seven Nights; he also has a role as bounty hunter Jango in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, which opens next May. "Yeah, I know exactly what those movies are," he sighs, "a comic book, not that passionate, they don't advance you at all artistically, but that's fine. I like to do those jobs because I earn money in American dollars and I can relax a little bit. I think those passionate dramas that really open me up are going to be stories from New Zealand, from home." There was a good bit in the article at the end: Morrison drops me off outside Rotorua's magnificent museum, advising me to go inside and watch a 15-minute tourism film he narrates and fronts. "My agent says it's much better than Speed 2," he quips as he drives off.