Issue 2: I had put aside some stock in the warehouse to purchase for myself at a later date. On this date I did not do this but I have admitted to having done it in the past.They've shown me the security rules that I signed and yes this is a breech of security rules. And the Samoan culture has always played a massive part of my life.I was like, “Oh, my, we’ve got to sort this out.” Luckily, I haven’t had that again, but yeah, it was pretty gnarly. Other than that, I don’t actually know why I can do it.I agree with all of that but I'm not the only member of staff to have done this. I told my manager about this and told her I would make the time up which I believe I did. I'm pretty much certain I have made the time up and our signing in/out book isn't always available so I can't rely on that for evidence as I may not have signed in/out and to be honest it's so many dates that I couldn't give concrete evidence on where/when I was doing things. We've been extremely busy at work of late plus I'm pregnant and really not feeling well along with my nan having been seriously poorly and going into a home, possibly moving house and my ds getting sorted for a new school I can say I probably haven't been as vigilant as I should've been.Do I declare this and risk getting my colleagues into trouble? Issue 4: On my contract I'm set to work 10-3 however, when I took these shifts I told my line manager at the time I would need to start early/leave late (still doing the set amount of hours) in order to get my little boy to and from school. All of a sudden it's been picked up on as an issue.It’s an easy accent to do, I think, in terms of accents. Are you rooting for one couple over another for Archie?It’s harder for Americans to do a New Zealand accent than it is for a New Zealander to do an American accent. I would have conversations with myself as two different people. Before I became involved with it, I wasn’t familiar with Archie at all, but I think, because of how famous the Betty and Archie thing is, I would love to see Betty and Archie get together.
It’s funny, I had a thing with Britt [Robertson] where we had to do this kissing scene in the car. He was our producer, and he came out with an article telling how it actually is and what actually happened that day. And I feel like action movies will give that to me. Making movies is definitely something that I want to become more experienced at doing. This is a really stupid question: Do all famous New Zealanders know each other?
It was scripted that the dog comes up in between us while we’re kissing and starts licking her face, and the only way to get the dog to do that was by rubbing chicken sauce on Britt’s cheek. Kissing while having chicken grease all over your face. Let’s talk about that controversial “manipulated” footage of a German shepherd on set. I would encourage people to read that if you haven’t. What other kinds of roles do you hope to play in the future? I’m still really new to acting and I feel like I’m still learning, you know? Even things like this stuff that happened with the movie, you know what I mean? You have all these other responsibilities that you’re responsible for, because when shit hits the fan, people are looking at the guys onscreen to be accountable for stuff.
This wasn’t in your scene, but did you see the video? You know, it’s a shame that an edited video created this untrue perception of the movie, which is about love. Every time I was on set, I witnessed a production team that went to amazing lengths to ensure that the dogs were treated with the utmost respect and love.
There’s more to Archie than abs and his body and getting with girls and stuff like that. I walked past her in a car and I looked at her and smiled and she completely just looked away and I was really gutted.
He’s a humanized character, and people should see past that, you know what I mean?