The Prime Minister's off to Hollywood.
He's aiming to replicate the success the country's had with Warner Brothers, which spent a billion dollars in New Zealand and hired 3,000 people after the Government changed labour laws to accommodate the studio.
"While we're doing very well with Warner Brothers, it's quite possible we could do a lot better, or as well, with many other movie studios like Fox and Universal and Disney and the like, so I'm certainly keen to go and promote New Zealand as a place to make movies."
And John Key's rubbishing suggestions it's another case of being too cosy to the United States - in the wake of errors made over the Kim Dotcom case.
"The United States believe that he has broken laws in relation to copyright. They've invoked the extradition treaty, New Zealand doesn't get a choice about that."
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