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Lucy Lawless to attend the Premiere of Boogeyman

Thursday March 24, 2005

Lucy Lawless and Producer Rob Tapert to attend the New Zealand Premiere of BOOGEYMAN.

Actor Lucy Lawless and Producer Rob Tapert will attend the New Zealand Premiere of the new film BOOGEYMAN on March 30, at Village Sky City Cinemas St Lukes Auckland. Produced by Rob Tapert and Sam Raimi, the movie was filmed entirely in New Zealand and features Lucy Lawless in a cameo appearance. Australian actor Tory Mussett, who also appears in the movie, will attend the New Zealand Premiere.

BOOGEYMAN stars Americans Barry Watson and Emily Deschanel in lead roles, with a host of local talent in supporting roles including Phillip Gordon, Robyn Malcolm and Louise Wallace.

BOOGEYMAN released last month in the United States and took over US$50million in its first week. The film falls into the popular horror genre that his been dominating the New Zealand box office recently with films such as “The Grudge” and “The Ring 2.”

Members of the New Zealand film crew will also be attending the premiere.

BOOGEYMAN is being distributed in New Zealand by Roadshow Film Distributors and opens nationally at cinemas on March 31, 2005.


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