Mate we have got
pics like you wouldn't believe!
Ya know the new
matrix movie -right? The one they are filmin in Seedney, well our boffo's on
the ground there managed to take a few snaps of those blokes and gave us the
We didn't even have
to pay for it! Honest! No kiddin mates we're as honest as the Bulldogs!
Anyways, here are
the pics, these are better than boobs at Bondi, and egsclusive to us!
By crikey, here's
our mate Steve in his first big movie shoot in a staring role with his
favorites crock in all the world! Look at the jaws on that baby! (the crock
mate, the crock)
This one shows the
two main fellas having a dust up over the barbie,
Here's the new advertising eh. She's a purty little honey there look at
those big eyes and those ears! (the roo mate, the roo)
The film crew at the shoots helped
themselves to the moveable drinks cabinet.
As the food in the Matrix is so bland, dinners
on the set tended to take on an urgent quality
More to come as our guys smuggle the pics out
Heres some stuff about the new Matrix
Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss
have gone home, Keanu Reeves won't be far behind and Hugo Weaving is making
a mini-series in Melbourne. After more than 200 filming days, the two
sequels to The Matrix are finally finishing their Sydney shoot.
While Fox Studios has hosted some major productions since it opened -
including Mission: Impossible 2 and the last Star Wars episode - The Matrix:
Reloaded and The Matrix: Revolutions have been a virtual industry.
The Premier, Bob Carr, said yesterday that the "giant undertaking" involved
800 full-time and 2500 part-time jobs over 18 months. There was work for 60
actors and 10,000 days' work for extras. "The Matrix producers say the
contribution to the NSW economy exceeds $200 million."
Amid secrecy, directors Larry and Andy Wachowski started work on the sequels
with a 70-day shoot for two major scenes in San Francisco. Early next month,
they start a further 12-week shoot back in San Francisco.
Reloaded is to open in US cinemas next May with Revolutions following in
Earlier this year, producer Joel Silver said the final weeks of the Sydney
shoot involved "a 14- minute sequence that is the most complicated sequence
ever put on film". This period included three shoots from a helicopter on
consecutive Sundays to give a "canyon-like perspective" of the city around
Silver also said the sequels aimed to be about something meaningful rather
than just escapist action. "It's so weird to say this but it's a treatise on
our times and where we're going and how to not go there.
It's about global warming and the
Catholic Church. It's about all that stuff that's going on in our lives that
we can't really grab on to." The sequels were not separate movies. "It is
one enormous movie that's being cut in half and being shown in two halves."
Reeves, who returns as the hacker-turned-hero Neo, gave a glimpse of the
plot at a press conference. "The story goes outside The Matrix and starts to
concern itself with machines in Zion. [Neo] is told by the Oracle that he
has - it's not a destiny - choices that he will have to make that will
affect the survival of the human race."
Secret release of Microsoft's latest Operating System Windows RG
HERE to view it.
Australia moves north in a fit of Pique at being ignored!
HERE to view it.
Doing your OE, get a copy of the Bugger map, to identify those foreign
HERE to view it.