When Keanu Reeves mentioned last year that a third Bill and Ted film was in the works, the project was so unformed it was ruled a joke. The original film’s writers were ‘”going to try and see if they can write something,” according to Reeves, who ribbed that the project should be shot in 3D black and white and be co-directed by Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, and Werner Herzog.
During an interview with MTV yesterday while promoting his new film Henry’s Crime, however, it became clear that a third Bill and Ted installment is very close to actually happening
Matrix 4 and 5 are in the works. Keanu told London audience that Wachowski brothers have written two more installments of sci-fi series.
Keanu met the Wachowskis for lunch over Christmas, 2010 and stated that they had completed work on a two-picture script treatment that would see him return to the world of the Matrix as Neo.
“[He] says the brothers have met with Jim Cameron to discuss the pros and cons of 3D and are looking to deliver something which has never been seen again. 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
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