Bones for the Queen

Peter Jackson’s The Lovely Bones has been selected to screen at November’s Royal Film Performance in London’s Leicester Square. Jackson said he is “honoured” it has been selected, adding its making has been “an extraordinary journey”. The movie, based on Alice Sebold’s 2002 best-selling book, stars Susan Sarandon, Rachel Weisz, and Mark Wahlberg. The charity premiere is the only time in the year the Queen visits the cinema. The Lovely Bones is released in the United States on December 11 and New Zealand on Boxing Day.


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Behind the Mic with Groundbreaker Rikki Swannell

Behind the Mic with Groundbreaker Rikki Swannell

World Rugby talks to New Zealander Rikki Swannell about becoming the first female lead commentator on the men’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and her life in sports broadcasting. As an experienced…