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Until either film gets the official green light, there's always 'Business Time' to listen to, over and over, and over and over, until you think you're David Bowie, floating in space, smoking Astroturf.
“I 'm not a crazy Jane Austen fan,” shrugs Kiwi comic actor Bret Mc Kenzie, determined not to lose his credibility despite co-starring with Jane Seymour in the Jane Austen-themed regency romp that is Austenland.“I was more of a Brontë fan. I thought Wuthering Heights was miles better than Jane Austen, certainly a lot less repressed.”Ask him if he's even read any of Jane Austen's novels, he has a quick punch-line: “I just read a book by Jane Austen Powers: Jane Austen has a super-power bonnet that she uses to solves crime,” quips Mc Kenzie, best known as one half of TV comic duo Flight of the Conchords with long time stand-up partner Jemaine Clement.
When asked if he believes fans will ask him for a Flight of the Conchords film for the rest of his life, he told Indiewire: “We have actually started writing one.
“But who knows if it will ever be made, we've written some notes for some different film ideas.
The series lasted only two seasons but its 22-episode run was so memorable because there had never been anything quite like it. For years, audiences have clamored for another season.
We've written some notes for some different film ideas."We're not down to the stage where we're going, 'The film is going to be like this,' it could be this, this, this, this, this," he added.now shooting in NZ, Mc Kenzie will reprise his role, in a sense — he'll play not Figwit, but a Rivendell elf named Lindir.