A most excellent journey deserves some recognition and I’m glad that we have officially (well Bill & Ted 3 Facebook) has created a day to celebrate these to righteous DUDES! Bill S. Preston & Ted “Theodore” Logan! The dudes that will go down in history!
This movie was one of my favorites growing up! Time traveling, historical figures, and two chilled dudes. What more could a girl want? Every time I watch it, I find jokes that I might have missed or little details that may have passed me by in the first few viewings. It’s a movie that gets better with time and one that I hold dear to my heart!
Yeah…I’m thinking he’s back…this time for a sequel!
I don’t know about you but I’m super excited that John Wick‘s story line is going to continue.
Sure Hollywood is saturated with sequels but this one is at least an original idea and story. It’s refreshing and makes me hopeful that we will get more. They sure lucked out with Keanu because he’s such a professional and has become the Harrison Ford or Liam Neeson type of unlikely action star, though we always knew he had it in him from the early 90s with movies like Speed and Johnny Mnemonic and I think that’s why this role suited him so well.
Well, since that film has no release date yet and still waiting for Knock Knock to makes its release nation wide here’s a little something to hold us over until then:
Keanu humbly talks about his character John Wick and his excitement for the possibility for a sequel (which updates from this interview you can thank you lucky stars because they are in the works for a sequel!)
And spoiler alert he also talks about his excitement about Bill and Ted 3 and how they are still trying to get that movie made and how he would love to do another Matrix.
Are you bored at work? Do you want some answers to questions you didn’t even think you needed the answer to? Well, look no further. I have them. Well, I don’t have them, the person who created this video does.
I know that if you’re reading this site you probably have some fascination or interest in Mr. Reeves and if you’re truly dedicated you probably have seen he latest movie, now out on Blu-ray and DVD, John Wick.
As you probably already know (and if you don’t SPOILER ALERT) he kills a lot of people in the film. But how many? Well, this little video some amazing person put together not only tells you but also shows you all the kills in the film! It’s ridiculous and amazing. So, how many do you guess? 10? 15? 50? See how close your guess is to the real thing and check out the video here:
Last weekend at Sundance Eli Roth premiered his newest film Knock Knock starring, you guessed it, Keanu.
From what I heard the film isn’t like Roth’s typical blood/gore work and more a suspense thriller where two seemingly innocent girls reek havoc on a married man’s life.
I also excited to see Reeve’s in a different role, as well, being the victim instead of the gallivant hero. How will he handle himself and what is he going to do to get out of this situation.
My trusty friend and amazingly talented filmmaker, Mike Oh, was at Sundance (and also at Slamdance screening his film Red Luck, which is fantastic and should see) and saw a screening of the film and said it was great.
I trust his opinion and wait patiently for the Knock Knock of another Keanu film.
If you’ve been reading this site you know how excited I get for anything “New” Keanu. So, you can only imagine the thrill of excitement that washed over me when I found out that there was a Nerdist Podcast Interview with Mr. Reeves himself.
I absolutely LOVE the Nerdist and felt that it was too good to be true that they got him on. Granted it was only a half hour, unlike their normal hour and a half interviews, Chris Hardwick hit all the important questions and even got out some good laughs.
You should take a listen!
Nerdist Podcast: HERE
My greatest takeaway from this interview is Keanu says he wants to be in a musical! Even though he says a big “romantic type” musical he still needs to become aware that I can give him what he wants!
So, I just ask all my readers and Keanu fans to spread the word about Keanu! The Musical. It would be nice to have him aware of this beautiful story about his life and if he wants to star in it, that’s fine by me!
Well, to normal people who haven’t been obsessed with Mr. Reeves for the past four years may not have seen Keanu around as much. Sure he did some films here and there like Man of Thai Chi and 47 Ronin but something was missing from those, that little Keanu flair and charm that makes him, well, him.
That’s where John Wick stands out above the rest. Not only does it deliver on non-stop action with just the right amount of violence but the dialog and story really put the movie right where it needed to be. Keanu kicking ass.
Derek Kolstad knew what he was doing when he wrote this script. There was just enough story to capture our interest and he never delved too far in to the backstory allowing the audience to piece it together for themselves, which I appreciated. He also knew the perfect timing to pull out the big guns and make the typical “action movie one liners” that really stuck their landing when said AND some great subtitles (that’s all I’m going to say about it).
And don’t get me started on the cast! Wow! Not only was Keanu perfect for this role he was also surrounded by a star studded ensemble. From Willem Dafoe to John Legizamo this movie hit gold with their cast.
And of course Keanu brought all the right moves and I can say for sure.
With the hype of his new movie, John Wick coming out this week Keanu decided to reach his fans the one way he knows how, email blast!
Full article here.
Though he’s been branching out to other forms of social media like Reditts – Ask Me Anything (for the kids) he knows what we truly want in this world of new weekly apps and constant updates and interruptions in life. We just want something classic. A blast from the past. Something normal we can grasp. That’s why an email blast from him makes sense.
Keanu knows all and what we want even before we know.
So. Don’t fuck with Keanu or he’ll blast you. Email style.