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Jason Momoa is officially off the market

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Jason Momoa is officially off the market, with the star confirming his new relationship three years after splitting from actress Lisa Bonet.

The Aquaman actor made things Instagram-official with fellow movie star Adria Arjona today, posting a slew of pictures from his recent trip to Japan.

In a number of snaps, Momoa could be seen embracing the Puerto Rican actress and posing with her while sporting a large smile on his face.

He captioned the carousel of pictures: “Japan, you are a dream come true you blew my mind [sic].”

“We’re so thankful for everyone who opened their homes, making memories with new friends and old friends, sharing another amazing adventure with mi amor”, he concluded.

While this is a first glimpse into Momoa’s relationship with the actress, who has appeared in movies such as Hit Man, Morbius and 6 Underground, he confirmed earlier this month he was seeing someone romantically.

VIA NZ HERALD

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Rashmika Mandanna confirms joining Salman Khan-AR Murugadoss’s Sikandar

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Rashmika Mandanna has officially announced her collaboration with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in the much-anticipated action thriller, Sikandar. The news comes as a delightful surprise to fans eagerly awaiting more updates on the project.

Directed by the renowned director AR Murugadoss, Sikandar promises to be a high-octane spectacle, marking the first-time collaboration between Salman Khan and the acclaimed filmmaker. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, the film has already generated significant buzz within the industry and among fans alike. The film also marks the return of AR Murugadoss to the North after a long break. 

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Kiwi cinematographer wins Emmy for Sweet Tooth

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An Auckland cinematographer has picked up an Emmy Award for his work on successful Netflix show Sweet Tooth.

Dave Garbett won Best Cinematography for a single-camera live action programme at the Children’s and Family Emmys, held in Los Angeles in the weekend.

Garbett, along with cinematographers John Cavill and Rob Marsh, was responsible for shooting season two of the dystopian drama. Sweet Tooth imagines a world where the human population has been decimated by a mysterious virus and hybrid babies are born with animal characteristics. The series features a host of local stars, including actors Robyn Malcolm, Jodie Rimmer and Rhys Darby, and musician Marlon Williams.

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His was the sole Emmy win for Sweet Tooth, which was nominated for 11 awards.

Speaking to RNZ from Los Angeles, Garbett said Sweet Tooth was “a really great story with universal appeal”.

“It was a pleasure being able to be a part of telling it. New Zealand has a huge wealth of film making talent, having it recognised in this way is just brilliant.”

Sweet Tooth was filmed entirely in Aotearoa and many Auckland locations, including the Winter Gardens in Auckland Domain, are recognisable to series viewers. The third season of the show is expected in 2024.

“Filming is always a series of challenges. We had a really harmonious team, so we worked our way through it and we’re all still friends at the end,” Garbett said.

His career to date includes working on a wide variety of shorts, series and films, including the David Bain drama Black Hands, and horror film Evil Dead Rise.

“I finished high school with no idea what I wanted to do,” Garbett said.

“I decided to go to film school just because my mate was. I’ve been in it ever since and I love it! It has taken me far and wide and continues to provide variety and keep my working life interesting.”

 

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Wellington delays Santa Parade due to forecast rain

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Santa is deferring his visit to Wellington by a day due to heavy rain and northerlies forecast for the capital on Saturday.

Wellington City Council is now staging its Christmas event on Sunday, with a range of free activities in Waitangi Park including ice skating, a snow dome, foam pit, crafts and performances.

Santa will touch down in his sleigh at 11am near the Clyde Quay Wharf Marina and head to Waitangi Park, where he will dismount to meet the crowd.

He will then be available for private audiences in his grotto until 5pm.

MetService said Wellington would have “occasional rain, persistent for a time late morning and afternoon” with “strong northerlies”. Rain was expected to be heaviest around 10am.

It was also expected to rain on Sunday, however, according to the forecasters’ website.

A heavy rain watch was in place for the Tararua Range, north of the city, from 4am Saturday until early Sunday morning.

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