Despite winning an Oscar for its visuals in “The Matrix” Manex Entertainment needs a kung-fu fighting superhero to win any chance of working on Warner Bros.’ upcoming sequels for the film. Recent financial woes at the company have prompted Warner Bros. not to award a $30 million contract to Manex’s visual f/x arm, opting instead for ESC Entertainment, a new facility founded by members of the Manex team that worked on the first picture.
Don’t ask Laurence Fishburne to talk about the upcoming Matrix sequels. When asked by Cinescape Online Cin City columnist Cindy Pearlman what the sequels will specifically be about, Fishburne answers, “I’m sworn to secrecy. If […]
JAM! Showbiz has a report from the Calgary Sun, who recently spoke with Matrix Producer Joel Silver. Silver discusses the concept of filming Matrix 2 & 3 back-to-back and explains it as “making one giant […]
Personally, looking back after eight years, and going through all of the old stories on the website as I’ve been re-posting things to the blog that I’d lost when the server crashed, it got me […]