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.
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.
It’s so difficult to make it as a Hollywood star that once you’ve got there, you’d think you’d do everything you could to stay. Who is Marcus Chong? Ultimately, Tank’s brother-in-law (played by someone else) became the new tech operator for the other two ‘Matrix’ films and Chong hasn’t appeared on the big-screen since ‘The Crow: Wicked Prayer’ in 2005.
As Ben Affleck knows all too well, ’Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ has been slated by critics. Despite the bad reviews though, the film has already made more than £470 million at the global box office and will spawn a number of sequels. It just goes to show that bad reviews don’t always mean you’ve got a flop on your hands. Here are 10 films that felt the wrath of the people paid to see movies, while still raking in the money from audiences handing over their hard-earned pounds.
Laurence Fishburne and Keanu Reeves – aka Morpheus and Neo from ‘The Matrix’ movies – are finally back together for some long-awaited ass-kicking. Snapped by website The Gothamist, this is the first anyone has heard of Fishburne being part of the cast, and will be the first time Reeves has shared the screen with him since the Wachowski movies. What we do know is that Reeves is back as the retired hit man that you do not cross under any circumstances whatsoever.
Photo: We haven’t had that many unexpected stars at New York Fashion Week — unless you count Drake at HSN (but we all know why he was there!) — so imagine our utter delight when we happened upon the incredible Lana Wachowski at the star-studded Marc Jacobs show that was held tonight at the Ziegfeld Theater. The notoriously press shy director/writer/producer of blockbuster films like The Matrix, V Is For Vendetta, and Jupiter Ascending was sitting quietly to herself, virtually unknown among the fashion set. She wore her hair in pink dreadlocks and sported a new Marc Jacobs outfit of a black top and paint-splattered black and white skirt. Lana Wachowski: This is my first time, I’ve never been to a fashion show before.
Photos taken from behind-the-scenes of film sets weren’t so readily available before the days of Instagram and Twitter. Now, not only are we inundated with them, but we practically expect them… even while a film is still shooting. But while pics taken during the productions of films like “Star Wars,” “Jaws” and “Psycho” may not have gone “viral” (because there was no such thing back then), the internet has, in recent years, unearthed a whole cache of splendid snaps captured behind the scenes. Here are 20 of the very coolest we’ve seen