A Wrinkle in Time stars Mindy Kaling, Reese Witherspoon rushing toward NZ
Hollywood stars Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling are rushing toward New Zealand to film some bit of prospective Disney movie A Wrinkle in Time.
I am headed here for work and I could not be more excited. I even rewatched Lord of Rings as a primer. I usually play characters that work in American offices so this is big change! Plus so much stellar comedy from here. Any lovely Kiwis out there have recommendations for me? Your country is so beautiful and I am lucky to be able to go. 🇳🇿 #travel #newzealand #anIndianGirlinNZ
Kaling, who played Disgust in the Oscar-winning Inside Out and star of the notable TV game plan The Mindy Project took to web based systems administration to reveal her points of going to New Zealand for the film.
“Any delightful Kiwis out there have recommendations for me? Your country is so delightful and I am blessed to have the ability to go,” she said.
Witherspoon then commented on the post, saying “I can barely wait to travel New Zealand with you”.
A Wrinkle in Time is a fantasy undertaking facilitated by Ava DuVernay and formed by Jennifer Lee, in light of the 1962 novel game plan by Madeleine L’Engle. The movie is set to be released in the US on April 6, 2018.
In late 2016, DuVernay got parts of a region scouting in the South Island, demonstrating the harsh Canterbury scene was an appealing spot to film scenes of the movie.
Distinctive people from the rich cast who could voyage to New Zealand join Oprah Winfrey, Zach Galifianakis, Chris Pine and Rowan Blanchard.
It wouldn’t be Pine’s first time in New Zealand. In 2014, the Star Trek on-screen character, who plays Mr Murray in the film, wound up in court for drink driving charges and was disallowed for driving for six months.
He was in the country shooting for Z for Zachariah.