The Wachowski Brothers

Awesome Camera Rigs

It’s hard to get excited about something as technical as that thing that makes cameras not fall down on film sets, especially these days, when you can make a successful film without even going through the effort of picking up a camera at all. Even if you are shooting a live action film, thanks to the realism of CGI, computers are now able to put a lens wherever you need it to be – this is why I think we need to take a second to celebrate some of the hard working pieces of lightweight metal that were behind a few of the more bitchin’ shots out there. These rigs got the shot done, computers be damned!


The internet has struck again, this time making the feeble attempt to make more Matrix films seem plausible. The tip came apparently straight from Keanu Reeves as he made an appearance at the “London school of performing arts university,” which doesn’t exist. However, the London International School of Performing Arts does exist, and a representative of the school confirmed to Screen Rant that no such appearance ever happened. Besides, even if there were inklings of a fourth and fifth outing for Neo, the Wachowskis (and Reeves) already have a ton of projects ahead of them in the near future – meaning they’d either be starting production in a few years or that they’ve all purchased a time turner from the same internet that made up these rumors. However, since the internet has thrown out the idea of more Matrix movies, it probably has the Wachowskis thinking about them. Stay tuned a year from now when they announce they’ll be going back to the barrel to see if there’s any more story or money to dump out of it.



On plane to Chicago to take part in the Wachowskis’ movie on Iraq from the perspective of the future.” That’s where political pundit Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, began her day on Twitter.


Whoa. Wachowskis and Superman?

Start grinding the rumor mill and put on your thinking caps. Could the men of The Matrix really bring us The Man of Steel?

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