CineFix sums up Keanu Reeves in The Matrix hilariously: he gets his ass kicked, learns to kick ass and then promptly kicks everyone's ass. The problem that you maybe didn't know? Keanu actually couldn't kick in the movie's epic fight scenes.
We're going to be real, a lot of these odd (and possibly totally unintentional) details whizzed right over our heads back in 1999. Here's a video look at a handful of random things you may not have noticed from The Matrix.
Keanu Reeves is teaming up with the father of disaster porn, Roland Emmerich, to bring something that sounds a lot like The Matrix to television. The series is called New Angeles. Get it? You get it.
Remember when Keanu Reeves played a lawyer who went to work at a hot law firm — only to find that his new company actually was as hot as Hell? The movie Devil's Advocate (originally based on a novel by Andrew Neiderman) is getting a TV adaptation. But who can replace Al Pacino?
Before I re-watched it anticipation of its 20th anniversary, I might have dismissed Speed as more tired commentary on L.A. traffic. In actuality, I was shocked at how honestly the film portrayed Los Angeles' transportation culture in 1994. Although it did perpetuate its fair share of transit myths: Like anyone could …
Nobody was expecting the new 47 Ronin movie to be good — its long delays and problems have become legend — but it's bad in a particularly depressing way. This is a film that's not only boring and campy, but also kind of nonsensical, turning a classic story of revenge and loyalty into a stew of crap.
In The Day of the Doctor, the Doctor relived his darkest day. Now you can relive the Doctor reliving his darkest day by buying The Day of the Doctor tomorrow, which for Doctor Who fans shouldn't be a dark day at all. Plus Futurama, Teen Wolf, Keanu Reeves, and more!
Originally slated for a release in November of 2012, then pushed back to February of 2013 — and finally shoved even further back to December 2013 — 47 Ronin has been a long time coming. But will it work? We visited this fantasy movie's set, and here's all of the Japanese madness we witnessed.
Check out more footage from Carl Erik Rinsch's long-delayed feature which reworks the classic Japanese story of the 47 Ronin. Various adaptations of this story are common, however this could be translation with the most artistic liberties, as it's set in a fantasy world.
Another big star is in talks to join Passengers, the depressing cryo-sleep drama from Jon Spaihts (Prometheus). Which asks: If you were doomed to a lifetime of solitude, would you doom another to your fate just so you wouldn't be lonely?
Before Jon Spaihts wrote the early script drafts for Prometheus, he was famous for some of his spec scripts — notably Passengers. which turned up on the "black list" of unproduced screenplays. And now, Keanu Reeves is producing and starring in Passengers, with a Game of Thrones director on board.
Update: Concept posters removed by request of the artist.
Sherlock's main director finds Frankenstein. Emily Blunt reveals what makes her Looper character so special. Zachary Quinto raves about the Star Trek sequel. Daniel Craig has plenty more James Bond left in him. Plus Dredd, Resident Evil: Retribution, and more!
We've been patiently waiting for third installment of the Bill & Ted series. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter have been teasing us for years that they have a script, and now some truly excellent news pushes Bill & Ted 3 closer to a release date. The duo has nabbed a director — and not just any director, Dean Parisot from …
Someone gave Keanu Reeves a camera crew, and sent him out hunting for famous directors to carry on the great debate of digital versus film. Watch film greats such as Martin Scorsese, James Cameron and Steven Soderbergh talk movies — it's kind of a rare treat to see all these directors share their opinions on digital…
The next bit of heartburn-inducing Akira news has leaked all over the internet. Keanu Reeves is rumored to be tapped for the role of Kaneda. But we're doubtful that casting Neo can appease people's concerns about whitewashing.
Neo might be returning to the big screen, according to the original spoon-bender, Keanu Reeves himself. Reeves just spilled the beans on the Wachowskis' plans to make two more Matrix movies! Update: It's a hoax.
Oh, we had us a fine time tweet-lambasting our way through the Wachwoskis' hotly anticipated-thoroughly underwhelming second chapter in the Matrix trilogy. In case you missed it, here's the cream of the crop.
Keanu Reeves latest character in the the space love story Passengers is stuck between a rock and a cryogenically frozen body. We're not sure if we agree with Reeves' drastic response, but it's gotta be better than The Lakehouse.