δυστυχώς ήταν ψέμα.... κρίμα.. το να βλέπαμε τον πολέμων των μηχανών σε 3D θα ήταν epic..
Spawned by a mysterious email AICN posted yesterday, it was rumored that Keanu Reeves had met with the Wachowski's about making two more Matrix films in 3D, all of which looks like it was just a dream after all.
Entertainment Weekly got in touch with a rep for Keanu Reeves who said...
"None of it is true."
Over the weekend, rumors took over the blogosphere about how Keanu Reeves himself had confirmed that he and the Wachowskis were working on “Matrix 4” and “5,” both of which would be in 3D. Fans shouldn’t hold their breath.
In recent years, Hollywood has come up with quite a few surprising sequels, some of which failed to take off with fans and/or critics, and some that literally killed all competition at the box office.
With “Matrix,” the consensus seems to be that 3 installments are more than enough as it is, and that more are really not necessary, something bloggers underlined in their posts after word of a 4th and 5th got out.
Luckily, they don’t have to get into debates, because a rep for Keanu says he never made the statements attributed to him. Moreover, he was not even in London at the time said statements were reportedly made, The Playlist reports.
“None of it is true… he did not speak nor get an award from the London International School of Performing Arts,” a publicist for the actor says.
It all started when Ain’t It Cool News got an email from a fan who said he’d been in attendance at the London International School of Performing Arts, where Keanu held a speech.
Among other things, the actor also confirmed that not one, but two sequels of “Matrix” were in the making, both with the Wachowskis and both in 3D.
“Says he met the Wachowskis… for lunch over Christmas, and stated that they had completed work on a two-picture script treatments that would see him return to the world of the Matrix as Neo,” part of the email read.
“Says the Wachowskis have met with Jim Cameron to discuss the pro’s and con’s of 3D and are looking to deliver something which has never been seen again,” the fan further wrote.
“Keanu stated that he still has an obligation to the fans to deliver a movie worthy of the title “The Matrix” and he swears this time that the treatment will truly revolutionize the action genre like the first movie,” said the email.
The fans also said Keanu said he and the brothers would meet up again to talk about the two “Matrix” sequels after they were done working on “Cloud Atlas.”
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You may have seen a few reports going around the webosphere to the effect that Keanu Reeves and the Wachowski brothers were in the midst of planning a pair of Matrix sequels. Not only that, but the two films were to be in 3D. It turns out the whole thing was basically made up, so never mind. Don’t propagate.