Tag Archives: Keanu Reeves
If it seems like Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are talking a lot about a third installment to their excellent adventuring, there's a good reason: People keep asking them about it. And just think how frustrating that must be, especially when you're Reeves and you're trying to promote a completely different movie, like the upcoming new release "Generation Um." Does anybody give a crap about that film? No, they do not give a crap. They just want more info about "Bill & Ted 3."
Tai chi is usually thought of as, you know, a nice way for your grandma to fight osteoporosis. But in the new international trailer for "Man of Tai Chi," Keanu Reeves is using it to fight something a little more dangerous: Killer kung-fu assassins.
Now just think how dangerous he'll be when he masters yoga. Get More »
If it seems like "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter have been talking about the possibility of "Bill & Ted 3" for a long time now, that's because they totally have been. In fact, the two have been waging such an open media campaign to get the film made that we've been posting stories about it since NextMovie.com first came into existence way back in the fall of 2010. Yet there's still no movie.
Well, the man who played Bill S. Preston, Esq., recently spoke with SlashFilm about "Bill & Ted 3" and Alex Winter revealed the reason why it seems like this is taking forever: Because they started talking about way too soon.
Ya think?! Get More »
Darren Julien and Martin Nolan of Julien's Auction House brought a valuable property with them to "Today," where Matt Lauer was bestowed early audition tapes featuring A-list movie stars. Three casting directors have released these 54 tapes to the public, and if you have $2000-$4000 bucks to spare (as Julien estimates the bidding prices), you may need a very good reason to buy a VCR...or a VHS-to-DVD converter. Get More »
It's been almost four years since Keanu Reeves last appeared in a movie (trivia answer: the indie "Henry's Crime"), but if you've been wondering what Reeves has been up to, wonder no more. Because based on the new Apple Trailers debut for "Generation Um...," it appears he's been time traveling back to the 90's.
And not the good '90s of "The Matrix." The bad '90s of "Johnny Mnemonic." Get More »
With the MTV Video Music Awards hitting MTV tomorrow at 8 p.m. ET, we've compiled a list of the 50 best based on a number of factors: creativity of video, quality of actor's performance and, for some, random dancing ability. Our only caveats: no cameos and no soundtracks. The debate begins now. Get More »
Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss unloaded a lot of shells during the famous lobby shootout sequence in "The Matrix," but now they ARE the shells. Whoa.
YouTube auteur Matt Jones directed this clever little clip of Neo and Trinity machine-gunning their way through a refrigerator as peanuts with little sunglasses drawn on them. Yes, peanuts. Get More »
It's Year 11 for the Tribeca Film Festival, and it looks like the fest created by Robert De Niro is hitting its stride.
The 11-day event, which takes place April 18-29, has always been known for its flashy red- carpet premieres (this year's fest is bookended with the comedy "The Five-Year Engagement" and Marvel's latest “The Avengers”) and fun family fare (free Drive In screenings of "Jaws" and "The Goonies"). Tribeca is also branching out into the online world: For its second year, the festival will screen a handful of titles from this year's Tribeca Online Film Festival as well as stream some of its panels.
But if you like to watch your movies the old-fashioned way (in the theater), here are 15 titles from this year's fest that we think you should check out. Get More »
Looks like the Wyld Stallyns may ride again now that a "Bill & Ted 3" script is done (as in dun dun) and certified "Most Excellent!" by the eponymous duo.
During an interview in The Independent for new documentary "Side by Side," a most un-sad Keanu Reeves claimed excitedly that original screenwriters Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon have finally finished the threequel script, so we can expect some non-heinous middle-aged airhead time travel imminently. Get More »
Will actual film -- you know, the 35mm kind of stuff -- be little more than a novelty by 2015?
That's what they say, which means digital filmmaking may be poised to become the norm in Hollywood, a transition that's already spurning much debate and discussion (not to mention lamentation). Does digital take the "art" out of filmmaking? Is digital making it impossible to discern the real deal from the amateur shooting in his backyard? And what the heck does James Cameron mean with "You can't shoot 3-D on film?" Get More »