Jemaine Clement (born 10 January 1974) is a New Zealand actor, musician, comedian, singer, director and writer. With Bret McKenzie, as the Grammy Award-winning comedy duo Flight of the Conchords, he has released several albums and created comedy series for both the BBC and HBO.
Flight of the Conchords is a New Zealand comedy duo composed of musicians Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement.The duo's comedy and music became the basis of a BBC radio series and then an American television series that aired for two seasons on HBO.
Jemaine Clement (born 10 January 1974) is a New Zealand comedian, actor, writer, director, and multi-instrumentalist who voices Sauron in The LEGO Batman Movie. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.
Starring Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Jemaine Clement, Jeff Dunham, Bruce Greenwood and Ron Livingston, the film tells the story of a rising executive who finds out that his work superiors host a dinner celebrating the idiocy of their guests. He questions it when he is invited, just as he befriends a man who would be the perfect guest.
Jemaine Clemaine (Jemaine Clement) is one member of Flight of the Conchords, who sings and plays bass, and is also Bret's roommate. He rarely smiles or laughs, and typically overthinks even the most mundane situations.
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John Stanley Body ONZM (7 October 1944 – 10 May 2015) was a New Zealand composer, ethnomusicologist, photographer, teacher, and arts producer.As a composer, his work comprises concert music, music theatre, electronic music, music for film and dance, and audio-visual gallery installations.
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Tamatoa is also quirky, comical and entertaining, though in a dark, wicked and malevolent sense. He has a twisted sense of humor, specifically shown when he nonchalantly commented that it took a week to eat his grandmother and blamed the delay on her enormous size in a joking tone. He also takes pleasure in torturing his enemies both mentally and physically, as shown when he playfully - yet brutally - thrashed Maui across his lair, while crushing the demigod's ego at the same time. With an ap...
Tamatoa is first seen during Gramma Tala's story concerning the mother island Te Fiti and her life-giving heart. According to Tala, many thieves and scavengers sought the heart for its power, and among these ancient entities were Tamatoa and the pirate band Kakamora, though Maui was the only one capable of actually stealing the heart. In doing so, he was banished to a desolate island, while his fishhook was lost at sea in a battle for the heart against a wrathful and destructive lava demon kn...
1. Colossal Strength: Tamatoa has an incredible strength greater than that of Maui. He defeated the mighty demigod without difficulty and effortlessly, and he can easily dig with his clamps and demolish walls. 2. Camouflage and Bio-luminescence: Like a normal crab, Tamatoa can camouflage himself in the environment underwater or dry. In the dark Tamatoa becomes fluorescent, making himself more terrifying. 3. Immortality: Tamatoa defines himself as having no age which means that he is immortal...
1. In earlier concepts, instead of a crab, Tamatoa was conceived as a giant, headless warrior from an Oceanic myth. 2. Artist Ian Gooding compares the design of Tamatoa's upward spiraling seashell lair to the architecture of the Guggenheim museum. 3. Tamatoa breaks the fourth wall twice; first when he tells the audience to look up what a decapod is during \\"Shiny\\", and later during his after credits scene, where he asks the audience for help. 1. When Tamatoa rants during the after credits sce...