In a clip that's going viral, Will Smith leaps into the world of The Matrix instead of Keanu Reeves. And it's pretty mind-blowing stuff.
Will Morpheus get his own movie? ‘The Matrix’ isn’t being rebooted after all. Instead, it looks as though Warner Bros. is going to be expanding ‘The Matrix’ universe… and it could be starting with a young Morpheus movie.
Warner Bros is plotting a reboot of The Matrix series, according to reports. The Hollywood Reporter is citing sources that say a ‘relaunch’ of the movie franchise, which began with the first movie in 1999, is already in its early stages. There might even be a star in offing – ‘Creed’ and ‘Fantastic Four’ actor Michael B. Jordan, the sources added, while Zak Penn, co-writer of movies like ‘X-Men: The Last Stand’, ‘Avengers Assemble’ and ‘Ready Player One’ in line to develop ideas.
It’s been fourteen years since the release of ‘The Matrix Revolutions’, the third film in the Wachowskis’ hugely popular sci-fi series, and now Keanu Reeves has admitted he’s ready to make a FOURTH film… on a few conditions. “The Wachowskis would have to be involved,” he told Yahoo Movies.
Keanu Reeves isn’t a typical action star like your Arnies, your Stallones or your Stathams, but he’s had just as many hits and has starred in just as many classics. After a few years out of the spotlight, Reeves returned to the blockbuster fold with ‘John Wick’ in 2015, a film that appeared to be in the ‘Taken’ mould, but which had enough style to set itself apart. With ‘John Wick: Chapter 2′ out this week (17 February), we decided to run down the best action movies of Keanu Reeves’ career.
Last night, there was a glitch in the Matrix. Well, either that or it was just Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Laurence Fishburne reunited a solid 18 years after the release of the benchmark 1999 actioner. Yep, Neo, Trinity and Morpheus were spotted in the same place at the same time for the premiere of ‘John Wick Chapter 2′, Reeves’ follow up to the 2014 hit.
Marvel sci-fi adventure ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ has been named Hollywood’s most-deadly, according to a new study. The study, carried out by comparison website Go Compare, tallied the amount of on-screen fatalities in Hollywood films since the 1940s and found that in 'Guardians’ 83,871 meet an unfortunate end. The 'Lord of the Rings’ series, 'The Matrix Revolutions’ and fellow Marvel movie 'Avengers Assemble’ also made the top 10, which you can see in full below.
The list also includes Amazon, where you can buy its DVDs legit, the Sky Cinema store, and also the IMDB listings for their movies. A company specialising in combatting copyright infringement called Vobile was responsible for filing the list on behalf of Warners.