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2021-03-18 03:58:32

you're welcome! :)
Bits and snippets off the web

2021-03-18 02:28:02

'Going The Distance' with Alex Winter & Keanu Reeves

BRZRKR aka The Berzerker aka Keanu as comic book co-writer

2021-03-13 01:12:52

well... it was inevitable :|

Spotlight on Plays - 2021

2021-03-10 00:27:20

Let's have a Matrix thread

2021-02-24 01:33:32

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II may be starring in the fourth “Matrix” movie, but don’t ask him to explain what the franchise is about. “No one understands the Matrix except for Keanu Reeves and Lana Wachowski,” Abdul-Mateen tells me. So how did the actor approach his work? “You learn to find meaning, and then you go test it out,” he says. “If no one says anything, then you just trust that you ended up doing the right thing.” The “Matrix” audition wasn’t as intense as one might assume. “It was maybe two days,” Abdul-Mateen recalls. “Lana and I did more conversing than we did acting in that audition because she’s building a family.”
He was in a New York hotel room for work when Wachowski called him on FaceTime. “She said, ‘I would love to invite you to the family,’” Abdul-Mateen says. “I had the biggest smile in the world, because I’m going to be in the ‘Matrix.’ I was on top of the world, man.”

Bits and snippets off the web

2021-02-10 00:34:52

also, this happened

Bits and snippets off the web

2021-02-10 00:26:26

... time will tell, as always :|


2021-01-18 04:12:06

BRZRKR aka The Berzerker aka Keanu as comic book co-writer

2020-12-20 19:34:57

"Reeves, the Internet’s favorite “immortal” movie star in fan posts and memes, says they are looking for a movie partner to adapt the adventures of his immortal character. So would the actor consider playing himself? “That was my intention — I’m a little prec-iousss about that,” he says, laughing as he drops a quick lisping impression of Gollum. “I would love to play the role.”

Kindt interjects during the Zoom call: “You’re not going to have to try out for that.” The three creators laugh easily. (Reeves is also quick to praise the comic’s letterer, Clem Robins, and colorist Bill Crabtree, who coyly created a red-and-blue pill in the first issue as a visual wink to “The Matrix.”)

Reeves says he doesn’t yet have a dream director in mind. Yet Garney, who worked on the Francis Lawrence film “I Am Legend,” has strong thoughts. He cites two filmmakers who have previously directed Keanu action vehicles — Lawrence and Chad Stahelski — but thinks Reeves should take the professional step and direct himself.

“I think he’d be a natural, and he has the experience at this point to do it and this is his character,” the artist says. “There’s no one better to pull it off than him.” "

...mmmmm.... I love that thought ;)

Bits and snippets off the web

2020-12-05 22:08:38

2020-12-01 18:59:36

By Stephanie Zacharek
November 26, 2020 8:00 AM EST
There’s no subtle way to put it: 2020 has been a truly strange year for movies, a mini-epoch that has forced us to reckon with what movies can be and mean. It’s not just that we watched movies, for the most part, on a small screen at home. We also watched them with anxiety roiling within us, and sometimes with tragedy unfolding just outside our door. We watched them as a way to unwind after a long day of re-creating our work routines at home, perhaps with the additional stress of caring for (and teaching) kids unable to go to school. Some of us watched them after long days or nights spent outside the home, as necessary workers—in that context, a bright spot of entertainment means even more than it would in a normal year. In all ways, this year was unlike any other. But the one thing we can say is that the movies didn’t let us down. So what if we didn’t get our usual fall complement of big-ticket Oscar movies? This new, temporary normal allowed smaller movies—films that might otherwise have been lost among glitzier releases—to grab the spotlight for once. In terms of accessibility and quality, it was still a year of riches. Here are 10 of the very best.

10. Bill and Ted Face the Music

In an unequivocally terrible year, who didn’t need a crazy, ebullient, deeply gratifying burst of optimism? Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves reappeared in the roles they originated some three decades ago: then, they were goofy but open-hearted teenage guitar obsessives from San Dimas, Calif., who changed the world via a time-travel phone booth. Today, they’re husbands and dads facing all the insecurities that come with middle age—and yet, in some ways their story is just beginning. Through their daughters, they’ve laid the groundwork for another act of world-saving derring-do, a reaffirmation that our collective dreams are our true strength. This work of ramshackle earnestness and generosity lit a path through a very dark summer. You can’t ask for more from a comedy.


2020-11-21 23:58:09

"However, there is one way in which this movie undeniably succeeds: showing how Keanu Reeves can seem threatening without a single gun."


Cyberpunk 2077

2020-11-17 03:48:47

The Spongebob Movie

2020-11-10 01:24:57

Let's have a Matrix thread

2020-11-08 18:45:37

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