From the Dominion Post
A tremendous reason for scheduling a trip to Wellington, New Zealand, has just been unveiled.
Peter Jackson to devote millions to a film museum and convention center that is to be built just across the street from Te Papa.
The Movie Museum Limited, a company formed Sir Peter Jackson and Sir Richard Taylor, will run the museum which will feature many props from the two Wellington film stalwarts own considerable collection.
Positively Wellington Venues will manage the convention centre.
Museum project Director George Hickton said it would draw from one of the most valuable collections of Hollywood memorabilia in the world, with thousands of the priceless designs, props, models and set pieces.
The museum will have permanent and temporary exhibition spaces, a retail shop, cafe and permanent offices.
The convention centre and movie museum development on Cable St and Wakefield St will start next year and be completed in 2018.