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Monday, January 16, 2012

Keanu Reeves: Looking Forward to 2013

Yes, you read it right. It's 2013. That's the year when Keanu will supposedly release his directorial debut with Man of Tai Chi. The movie is what Keanu Reeves define as a solid kung fu movie. He promises a good plot, a good story, and some great ass-kicking kung fu scenes.

5 comments:

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I would have been more excited if he just released a new Matrix series or something like that. I just hope his kung fu movie won't have fake looking fight scenes. He should take some examples from Ip Man. That was one heck of a fight scene with the ten Japanese guys.

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While I’m going to have trouble believing that a third Bill & Ted movie is a reality until cameras actually start rolling on it, Keanu Reeves says that he expects the writers to send him and co-star Alex Winter a draft in about six weeks. Reeves also told MTV that the film will be based on the events of Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey:

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I’m a bit confused by Reeves’ description of the plot. Are Bill and Ted in their mid-40s and still trying to come up with a hit song? Isn’t that a little sad? I think a more interesting story would be to see Bill and Ted as the revered rockers in the “future” and struggling to figure out how to rule. The first two movies were all about leading the eponymous heroes to their destiny. I think if they’re planning to do a sequel, an interesting take would be to see Bill and Ted having attained that destiny and moving forward from there.

But I’m on board with a new Bill & Ted movie simply because I think it could be delightfully goofy to see these characters again played by the same actors when it’s been twenty years since the last movie.

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Keanu's movie about the devil's advocate has been silent for quite a time and I would prefer if he will play a good role to make it another part with Al pacino.

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I'm looking forward to 2013 then! I guess I'm kinda tired of seeing him in Matrix. I do hope that he will keep his words- that this will be a "good movie". Cheers!

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