Ian McShane has said that he reckons John Wick 4 could be set to roll cameras later this year, following a New Year text exchange with Keanu Reeves.
Actors love the opportunity to transform. There’s no better way to become somebody else than by looking nothing like the person you were when you arrived on set.This year might not have been one packed with mega-budget blockbusters and huge releases due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, but the world of movies has stepped up to the plate to provide plenty of excellent stuff for cinephiles to chew on.So, from blockbusters to Oscar-nominated dramas, here are the most dramatic and impressive transformations pulled off by actors in movies released in the UK in 2020.Read more: The most impressive transformations of 2019
The production of The Matrix 4 has been accused of holding a wrap party disguised as a scene from the long-awaited sci-fi sequel.
The Batman is to be pushed back until 2022, in more upheaval of the increasingly fluid Warner Bros studio release schedule.
Alex Winter has said that sexual abuse he suffered as a child left him with post-traumatic stress disorder, which was instrumental in his decision to quit acting.
Lana Wachowski has made sure that The Matrix 4 has “shifted visually” from the original sci-fi trilogy, according to Neil Patrick Harris.
Scenes in which Bill and Ted explore their own futures could be expanded when 'Bill and Ted Face the Music' comes to home entertainment.
Hugo Weaving is befuddled by online men’s rights activists that are co-opting and misinterpreting The Matrix.
"For Lilly to come out and share that with us, I think is cool," Keanu Reeves says about Wachowski's recent confirmation of The Matrix's hidden messages.
While it's long been hoped that Laurence Fishburne would be returning with his blue pills and his red pills, he's confirmed that he won't be appearing in the forthcoming sequel The Matrix 4.
The characters were initially conceived as 'really ignorant teenage boys' riffing on current affairs.
Stephen Herek brought the Wyld Stallyns to the big screen in 1989, but turned down the job of helming the 1991 sequel.
Exclusive: The team behind Bill & Ted Face the Music talk to Total Film about the upcoming threequel