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That just blew me away. Not because they thought I was gay, but that they thought I could land a guy that hot. Getty Images Keanu on women "It's always wonderful to get to know women, with the mystery and the joy and the depth.
Men don't have that -- they just have really smelly underwear, or at least that's what I've found. Anyway, if you can make a woman laugh, you're probably seeing the most beautiful thing on God's Earth. I'm guessing it is, anyway.
It's something I've always wanted to see. Getty Images Keanu on 40 "Here comes I'm feeling my age, and I've ordered the Ferrari. I'm going to get the whole mid-life crisis package. Getty Images "I used to have nightmares that they would put 'He played Ted' on my tombstone. Getty Images Keanu on being a meathead "I'm a meathead. I can't help it, man.
You've got smart people, and you've got dumb people. Getty Images "I'm sorry my existence is not very noble or sublime. Getty Images Keanu on what he likes about film "One of the aspects I like about the film is that there is a kind of emotional, psychological discussion during the storytelling Before taking a drug, go through yourself, experience yourself, all your hopes and fears in your own time.
Before the pharmacology, do the psychology.
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Getty Images Keanu on going to an exorcist "I went with an exorcist for a bit. I just want to know really practical things like 'How do you hold someone possessed by the devil? Am I on the cover of 'Mad' magazine? Do you have one, right now? You don't have one? They're satirizing you and Al Pacino. Do you feel the same about 'Newsweek'?
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Well, it depends on what level you're talking about. What about the fallout from 'The Matrix' now that it's over? Are you glad it's over like Ewan McGregor was talking about he's glad he did it, but also glad that the eight years of work have come to an end?
How many years, eight years? Good God, maybe he and I can go to the hotel bar and reminisce about being in trilogies. We're so lucky it's mad.
Do you think that it was a dangerous thing to go and do a trilogy? I think that they're wonderful films and I'll speak about them until I croak and I loved them.
I had a great experience. What do you think about the comments that the third and second films were not as well received as the first? I disagree, I disagree. I think that they were embraced differently. Sometimes, you have a morning hug, an afternoon hug, you get a goodnight hug. I think that these films, I mean, if you remember way back when in '99 when the first 'Matrix' came out, it took awhile.
It was not a critically acclaimed film and it was a kind of underground cult film that became popular and I think that 'Reloaded' and 'Revolutions' kind of continue on in that tradition. Critically, they were not embraced. I mean, if you didn't get it or if you didn't feel like you enjoyed it, sometimes that experience can change.
How do you feel about the aspect of you being portrayed as something you don't feel that you are Keanu: I'm not a great fan of speaking about myself, but I love speaking about the films that I act in especially if I enjoy them. How do you deal with a society that doesn't believe in the private life of any actor? I try to do it graciously. Have you seen the biography that they did on you? I haven't, I haven't. What do you think about it?
I was told that they were doing a biography on 'Biography' and you hope that it's done in good taste, and you hope that it's good. I have no hope for it, actually.
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I don't really care. I don't care, whatever. That's something that's kind of orbital and something that kind of exists outside of what I do, and I'm not going to get hired or not hired, or my relationship with a director or another actor isn't going to be based on, 'I was going to work with you, but I saw your biography, and kid, I just don't' Hopefully, those kinds of things, you hope that people aren't climbing your walls to take a picture of you walking to your kitchen, and that's the only thing that you hope, that people conduct themselves in respectful manner in the world.
People have done that to you, haven't they? Sarcastically Oh yeah, they've climbed walls. Were you committed to Constantine a long time ago? No, I was working in Australia and working on 'The Matrix' films and just trying to develop work for afterwards and this script came and worked on the script and worked with Warner Brothers and some of the execs there, and writers, Akiva Goldsman came on as one of the producers and so, he's done some writing and it took about a year, and right now, we're about six weeks in.
Is it a comic book? Yes, it's coming from a comic book series, from a character from Allen Moore. I think that it was introduced in 'Swamp Thing'.Something's Gotta Give (2003) Trailer
What's the take on the character? His relationship to God. I guess that it's ultimately it's his relationship to the world.
It's a guy who's got anger and ambivalence. There's a line in it, 'God has a plan for all of us, and some people like it, some people don't. Some people like it and John Constantine doesn't like it, but he likes it. Do you think that it's going to be commercial because that's a dark comic series? Well, I mean, we have a character. We're hoping to make a PG film, but it's also a character who after he goes to Gabriel and finds out that there's no way.
I'm playing a character who's damned and he's trying to escape hell and he goes to Gabriel and he's like, 'Come on, I'm taking demons out of little girls. You don't have faith. In this one, he wasn't and after that, he goes and you see my character with scratches on his back and he's drinking some whiskey and he's just made love to the demon. So, you know, we're trying for PG My feet are on the floor of the bed, he's under the covers.
So, that's not exactly like making love to Diane Keaton in this movie? What do you think are some of the cons about getting involved with another franchise? I don't know about cons.
I don't know about that. I mean the business side of it and the storytelling side of it; if we're fortunate enough and it all comes together and we make an interesting, enjoyable film, I'll be really happy. I'm having a really positive experience right now. I'm working with some incredible artists. We have a remarkable DP. I'm working with Francis Lawrence who's very talented, has a fresh vision, a great storyteller. I'm doing a script with Akiva Goldsman, an Oscar award winner.
He's one of the best writers in town. I'm working with Rachel Weisz and Tilda Swinton is acting in it.
We've got some incredible set direction and we've got one of the best crews that I've ever worked with. We're telling a righteous story and something that I think is cool about adjusting one's place in the world and if we're lucky enough to entertain folks and that they dig it and whoever says, 'Keanu, do you want to do that again,' we'll see.
Whether that turns into a franchise, and lunch boxes, I doubt it, but hopefully, if we can make a good film, I don't know. How is it to come to a decision to make a film as an actor at this point? Do you agonize over it? Often, you have a gut reaction. I have a gut reaction to the material that I'm dealing with and if there's something, like, with this, 'Something's Gotta Give', when I read this script, I was like, 'This is one of the best scripts that I've ever read, period.
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Mercer and I was like, 'Call someone,' and I got to meet on it. So, the script and the story and the character and your feeling, I guess. Are you often in the position of looking for work or are the scripts piled up for you? Yeah, you're always looking for good material.
I mean, I love acting. So, look at Jack Nicholson.