Casting directors probably have one of the most important jobs in Hollywood. When it comes to getting somebody right for a role, all sorts of things have to be taken into consideration, like if they have the right look, or if they’re a cokehead who might just not turn up on set or whether or not they’re Jennifer Lawrence (so hot right now). Sometimes, casting directors take a chance and get it spot on – Heath Ledger as The Joker, anyone? Other times, they not only get it wrong. They get it really, really, weird.
This is a dreadful idea.
Despite years having passed since he was taken in by Lord Asano (Min Tanaka), half-breed Kai (Keanu Reeves) is still an outcast shown little respect by his surrogate family or their loyal samurai. When Asano is betrayed by rival Shogan master Lord Kira (Tadanobu Asano) and his trusted sorceress Mizuki (Rinko Kikuchi), and the samurai…
Keanu Reeves just LOVES murder
It will be her first role since her DUI
Fists fly in Reeve’s directorial debut.
There’s fire, kung fu and …. wood.
Guided by the probing mind of Keanu Reeves, Side By Side is a thoughtful documentary exploring the near universal adoption of digital filmmaking techniques by an industry once defined by the physicality of photochemical film. While most of the directors interviewed wax lyrical about new cinematic frontiers and the endless possibilities presented by the 21st century’s digital playground, some dissenters suggest such freedoms mightn’t be such a good thing.
He’ll be hunted by the Queen of the Universe, which makes us think that Brian May might be involved
“That’s a load of Bullocks!” – person who doesn’t like Sandra Bullock films