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Avatar 2 – A trailer already?

Posted by LiveFor on April 2, 2010

Wait what’s Darth Vader doing there?

That made me chuckle.

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The Matrix Lego style

Posted by LiveFor on November 25, 2009


It took 440 hours of work to do that.

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The Matrix starring Charlie Chaplin

Posted by LiveFor on November 9, 2009

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UPDATED: Inception – Teaser trailer for Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi film

Posted by LiveFor on August 23, 2009

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UPDATE: The trailer has now been officially released in much better quality.

I posted the description of the trailer just the other day but here is a bootleg copy of the official trailer. Pam sent me this photo of the cast list with their characters names.

Watch this quick before it gets taken down. Inception is a contemporary sci-fi actioner set within the architecture of the mind. Wasn’t there an architect in The Matrix? Just saying.

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What did you make of that?

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What does Grant Morrison have to say about an Invisibles movie?

Posted by LiveFor on July 17, 2009

Comic master Grant Morrison has been talking to MTV. Amongst other things he mentioned the possibility of his classic series, The Invisibles, heading to the big screen.

“Yeah, I’d love to see it, but it’s not happening anytime soon,” said Morrison. “I kind of want to do a different take on it, because obviously when ‘The Matrix’ came out, it was covering a lot of similar areas. There were bald guys in fetish amounts doing kung-fu.”

“We’ve kind of seen that, so I don’t want to go down that road,” continued Morrison. “But I came up with a take on ‘The Invisibles’ that I think is really new, so yeah, it’s something I’d like to see done. I’d like to see it as a video game as well, if anything.”

Now what on Earth would an Invisibles video game entail?

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Trilogy Meter

Posted by LiveFor on July 7, 2009

Source: Dan Meth

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Superman Reloaded – Wachowski’s may direct reboot. Oh and some Ninja Assassin and Plastic Man news.

Posted by LiveFor on February 12, 2009

AICN heard from a reliable source that James McTeigue (director of Ninja Assassin) had been on the radio in Berlin where Ninja Assassin had been filmed. He chatted about how the shoot had gone. McTeigue then chatted about his plans regarding Plastic Man and that the Wachowski Brothers had been approached to direct a trilogy of films for the Man of Steel (wonder if it is anything to do with Mark Millar’s Superman trilogy). Here is a break down of what was said.

Ninja Assassin is locked and complete. Awaiting a suitable marketing strategy and release from WB. Looking likely to be a late summer release.

– Action scenes are absolutely brutal, unbelievable vision from the Wachowski’s in blocking the fights with the Hong Kong stunt team.

– Spoke about the benefits of tax breaks received from the German and British Governments in making the film.

– McTeigue confirmed that Plastic Man was the next project in the pipeline for the Wachowski’s and he had been signed on to provide Second Unit support. Says the movie has been delayed indefinitely due to a major shake up of projects at WB.

Bryan Singer has refused to undertake a re-boot of the Superman franchise and has left the Executives at WB with no choice but to take a fresh creative direction.

– He stated the Wachowski Brothers had been approached to re-boot the franchise as a trilogy and they are currently reviewing their options as its like being asked to take the final play in a superbowl final. Says if they do agree, he will likely either succumb to providing second unit support on the movie or will champion the directorship of Plastic Man – He started to giggle as he stated its like a young child for the Brothers and they wont give that up easily.

– Says, the very thought of the brothers making a superman movie is unbelievable as they have grown up in the world of comic books and they would be ideal for the project.

– Stated that Bryan Singer is looking to move on to Logan’s Run a movie to be produced by Joel Silver.


Thinking about this I do feel that the Wachowski’s could do a pretty cool Superman film. Neo was pretty much Kal-El by the end of the Matrix trilogy and even struck some Superman poses in his final battle with Agent Smith, as I mentioned when it appeared as one of The Best Fight Scenes Ever! (pity the Matrix Trilogy went steadily downhill as the series progressed in my humble opinion). However, they do get the whole comic book ethos and do always manage to push the special effects in all of their films. Fingers crossed that if they do take it on then they will make something truly special – it’s got to be a damn site better than Superman Returns anyway (hope they get rid of the kid!)

If the Wachowski’s do take on Superman what do you want to see in the trilogy? Should it go back to the very beginning? Should Brandon Routh still play Clark Kent or should someone else be brought on board to play him?

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Neo vs Robocop

Posted by LiveFor on January 23, 2009

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Best Fight Scene Ever Part 12 – Neo v Smith – Matrix Revolutions

Posted by LiveFor on December 13, 2008

I was really disappointed with the last in the Matrix series but, as always, it had some nice set pieces. Superman Returns should have had a fight like this.

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UPDATED: Control-Alt-Delete – Matrix meets Bill and Ted

Posted by LiveFor on November 19, 2008

Just seen this on MovieWeb.

Control-Alt-Delete, the high-concept spec from writers Tim Kelleher and Danny Zuker.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the concept is described as Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure meets The Matrix.

While I sleep the sleep of the just I want you all to put in the comments what the plot would be for this concept. Go crazy and let me see what Ted “Theodore” Neo would do.

UPDATE: Cheers to Pat for providing the link to the video below. Kind of sums up the above.

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