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The GQ+A With Keanu Reeves: Making Documentaries, Directing for the First Time and Bill & Ted Sequel


Keanu Reeves—now, there's someone who seems to have slipped our attention for a while—is on the telephone. When he said in an interview a couple of years ago that the second chapter of his career was about to begin, no one took much notice. But now the evidence is mounting—and as ever with Reeves, it is a curious mix of fascinating, tantalizing, and perplexing. He is directing a movie. He has published a poetry book. (Well, one long poem.1) And this month there is Side by Side, a diligent and thoughtful documentary in which Reeves interviews a roll call of cinema's most famous directors (Scorsese, Soderbergh, Lynch, Nolan, Lucas, Fincher, Cameron, etc., etc.) about the transition from photochemical to digital filmmaking. Bill and Ted suddenly seem a very, very long time ago. (And yet...)

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Crazay3329d ago

Oh yea...I want a Bill and Ted 3 for sure. I don;t even care how asinine it is. It's Bill S Preston (Esquire) and Ted, Theodore Logan. How could it be bad?

darklordzor3329d ago

Agreed, I thought I was the only one looking forward to that movie. I know it's probably not going to be 'great', but I am sure it will be fun. Sometimes, that's all a movie needs to be.