In Keanu, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key try to save the most adorable kitten on the face of the earth from a drug dealer. The visionary creators of the fantastic TV sketch show, Key & Peele, joining forces to save a kitten? In a feature film? Sounds fantastic. Then within the first 10 minutes
In John Wick, Keanu Reeves moves seamlessly around bad guys, combining martial arts with gun play. Without missing a beat, he weaves through a wave of people, dancing around them while putting two in their chest and one in their head. It’s a ballet of action that would make ’80s-era
Get ready to party like its 1995. Remember how it was after Pulp Fiction came out? When suddenly a gangster film couldn’t just be a gangster film? When suddenly everyone had to speak and behave in arch and kitschy code, ascribe to vague rules and play act like they were
Production delays, budget overruns, multiple reshoots, release dates changes, all signs – usually of the non-positive kind – of a film all-but destined to box-office and critical failure. The rare exception (e.g., World War Z) only proves the rule: Badly conceived, poorly executed films generally suffer the fate they deserve.
Check out the international trailer for 47 Ronin. It is directed by Carl Rinsch and stars Keanu Reeves, Pacific Rim’s Rinko Kikuchi, Hiroyuki Sanada, Ko Shibasaki, and Tadanobu Asano. The movie has had some production issues, but looks absolutely stunning. Keep reading to check out the trailer and character posters. 47 Ronin
One of my favorite things to do with my mom is to sit down and snuggle up to watch a movie. It has been one of my most enjoyable moments since I was a kid. I love thinking of the the experience of going to the itty bitty independent, local
The first trailer for Generation Um… from director Mark L. Mann. The film stars Keanu Reeves, Bojana Novakovic and Adelaide Clemens. It’s story revolves around Reeves’ character and his two girlfriends during a the day after a long night of partying in New York City.
Side by Side is a fantastic documentary produced by none other than Keanu Reeves about the transition from film to digital video in the film industry. To me, this doesn’t seem like something Reeves would be involved in (insert typical Keanu Reeves impersonation here), but the actor really knows his stuff
News Invasion: Eastwood, Ford and Snipes eyed for THE EXPENDABLES 3, CATCHING FIRE casting, and more
Who is currently being eyed for roles in the inevitable The Expendables 3? Who is the latest to be cast in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire? And guess who is still trying to convince us that 3D is big important technological advancement? All these questions are answered in today’s News