The 2006 New Zealand production "Sione's Wedding" featured a handful of PR alums. The film centers around four Samoan friends who have a habit of ruining any wedding they attend. But when they are banned from attending the next one without dates, they set out on a comedic journey to find love. Robbie Magasiva (Porter, Ninja Storm) stars as one of the friends, banned from attending his brother's upcoming nuptuals. Pua Magasiva (Shane, NS) portrays Robbie's younger brother, Sione. Also appearing in the film is Kelson Henderson (Boom, SPD; Phineas, MF; Norg, Overdrive) as a security guard. John Tui (Cruger, SPD; Daggeron, Mystic Force) also appears but his character is obscured for most of his scene.
"Sione's Wedding" is available on DVD in the US under the title "Samoan Wedding"
After playing the tough time-traveling Pink Ranger, Erin Cahill (Jen, Time Force) switched gears to portray high school debutante Montana Wastedberg in the 2002 teen comedy, "The Biggest Fan" which centers around a teenaged girl who falls for a popular boy bander. Erin even lightened her hair for the role. Erin Cahill appears throughout the film.
* These screencaps come courtesy of Shirley Chong (thanks!)
The year after he was Dino Thunder's Blue Ranger, Kevin Duhaney (Ethan , DT) appeared briefly in the 2005 feature film "Four Brothers," which follows the story of four adopted siblings trying to track down the culprit behind their mother's murder. Duhaney played the role of Keenon, a teenager who provides some important information to the film's four leads. Duhaney interacted with the film's stars Mark Wahlberg, Tyrese Gibson, André Benjamin & Garret Hedlund in the one scene he appeared in.
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