Canoe (Ca), November 12, 1999

Keanu decides to go 'Fishing'

Before he heads off to shoot two sequels to "The Matrix," Keanu Reeves wants to squeeze in a couple of smaller films, according to Variety.

Reeves is expected in Australia next fall for a 250-day shoot on back-to-back "Matrix" sequels, for which he will reportedly be paid $30 million plus 15% of the gross.

But before he immerses himself in that high-tech world, Reeves will play a stockbroker whose life takes a tragic turn after he tries to help a Russian prostitute. "Fishing For Moonlight" is a true story based on a London Times article about the hooker's would-be saviour, who eventually becomes involved with the Russian Mafia.

Variety said Reeves recently completed a football comedy called "The Replacements" and is also hoping to squeeze in a remake of the 1968 romance "Sweet November" before his duties in "The Matrix."




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Fishing for Moonlight

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Fishing for Moonlight , Matrix, The , Matrix Reloaded, The , Matrix Revolutions, The , Replacements, The , Sweet November





Comments

inkhuldra
What happened to this project? (2009-11-05 00:37:10)
 Anyone know why this movie got canned? Lack of time, perhaps? I never read much about it.
Anakin McFly
(2009-11-06 00:46:53)

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No idea. :

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