One hour and 49 minutes of your life you won't get back.
New Zealand-born writer Andrew Niccol said they are waiting until "full consultation with New Zealand's Muslim community has taken place".
It comes after the successful release of Moana in Te Reo in 2017.
"I got in a lot of trouble for what I said."
"We should include the New Zealanders who have been with us during this time of difficulty."
Hundreds of newly-released emails between producers and the commission reveal a myriad of details.
In a moment of confusion, the US film director let slip who had won the big prize.
She plays a rather ruthless assassin and a fairly unorthodox mother.
Move over, Mission: Impossible.
One scene in the draft script depicts Winston Peters as "gently" holding Jacinda Ardern "by the shoulder".
"This is a misleading and dishonest Americanisation of what happened in our country."
The actor's history of racist remarks is being recirculated online.
The filmmaker joked he might never work again after it comes out.
"Are you kidding me? You're from NZ and you're trying to lose a load of English fans?"
Gower said the loved ones of those murdered in the attack are "terrified" by the draft script and its plan to recreate the shooting.
"It shows [the producers] are more about the film and marketing a product than the families and communities traumatised by the event."
An emotional plea is being made to the Aussie actress.
Hollywood needs to hear the message from March 15 terror attack victims.
"It's unethical, totally immoral and unacceptable," says widow Ambreen Naeem.
"I'm embarrassed for those people. I'm embarrassed for Scarlett!"