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Tom Cruise Talks To Larry King About NZ


Tom Cruise Talks To Larry King About His Kiwi Experience On Sky's CNN

Screening live on Saturday, November 29 from 10pm, Hollywood mega-star, Tom Cruise, will join seasoned CNN anchor, Larry King, for an in-depth interview about his new movie, The Last Samurai, which was shot in Taranaki, New Zealand.

The Warner Brothers production of The Last Samurai began in October 2002 and was filmed in Taranaki due to the landscape's resemblance of 19th century Japan, in particular, Mt Egmont's similarity to Mt Fuji.

Cruise will also talk about his extraordinary career and future plans, a rarity for the notoriously private star.

Tune into SKY Digital channel 56 this Saturday at 10pm as Larry King talks candidly with Tom Cruise about The Last Samurai, filming in New Zealand and his illustrious career.

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