In Medieval Europe, Keanu Reeves is injured while fighting a mechanical being. After emerging victorious he notices his body has begun a horrible metallic transformation in this tale that is equal parts Tetsuo, the Iron Man, A Knight’s Tale, and Dracula.
Stuck in an elevator on the Fourth of July with Keanu Reeves again, Andrew must come up with a pitch to keep him entertained. This one stars Keanu Reeves who is… stuck in a glass elevator. He’s trapped with Anthony Hopkins, who wants him to confess to the murder of his best friend. No one leaves this glass elevator until someone confesses or… Dies!
This is a cerebral film along the lines of Fracture or The Firm or Stay. Can Keanu Reeves worm his way out of this one? Or will he become just another ghost in a jar?
Does anyone remember the Stephen King autobiography? You know, the one with the evil pigs who whisper scary stories into his sleeping ears and explains his unexplainable fear of fireworks on the 4th of July. Well maybe it’s not a book but we definitely made it into a movie. This week’s poster is doing it’s very best to emulate a classic Stephen King dust jacket much in the vein of Misery or Pet Sematary.
Wow, it finally happened. We posted the first episode of Big Money three weeks ago, and now the poster is here. I think this captures the essence of Batmen, mainly the part where there’s a bunch of Keanu Reeves and people in batsuits duking it out. And the rawness of sad Batman’s bottomless sorrow that I think Keanu would capture well onscreen.