September 10, 2003
If it's possible, now I want to go even more...

now THAT'S a movie theater

"This is the right building for 'The Matrix Revolutions [Premiere],' " Silver told Variety. "Frank Gehry has a very cinematic style of architecture. People will be blown away by the space and by the picture. When the lights go down, you'll be in the world of the Matrix; when they come up, you'll be in the world of Frank Gehry, which is some futuristic place that is not now."

The Matrix Revolutions will premiere on October 27.

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red pill | from inside the mind of krix at September 10, 2003 11:40 PM .

Uh... krix? Totally off topic here, but I clicked on the dogstarheaven link on your site and got porn. Thought you might like to know. Or maybe you already know, in which case, please ignore this comment and uh... Party on.

Posted by: Zen on September 11, 2003 05:38 AM

"...when they come up, you'll be in the world of Frank Gehry, which is some futuristic place that is not now."

HUH? Is it me, or is Joel starting to babble his hype? Do you suppose he meant "now" instead of "not now"?

(Still love you Joel even though I don't always understand you. Remember, You + Krix = hot monkey love)

Posted by: Chianti on September 11, 2003 06:30 AM

Zen, that was not porn. I think she accidently linked to my 'private' site ;-)
It's very artistic, you know! ;-D

Posted by: Julie on September 11, 2003 08:04 AM

Looks kinda like porn from here too.

Posted by: Chianti on September 11, 2003 08:16 AM

Thanks, Their domain must have expired and gotten hijacked. I'll remove it right now.

Posted by: krix on September 11, 2003 08:19 AM

OK, it's fixed. Now I can give the appropriate Bwahahaha! to Chi's hot monkey love comment ;)

It is a little awkward, maybe the "not now" made sense spoken aloud.
Maybe he did "jazz hands" or something that got lost in the text translation.

Posted by: krix on September 11, 2003 08:34 AM

LOL "Jazz hands" - Krix, you're such a caution.

Posted by: Chianti on September 11, 2003 10:03 AM

It never occurred to me that the Disney Hall might be used for movie screenings... hmmm...

Posted by: :: jozjozjoz :: on September 11, 2003 10:35 AM

I just talked to a friend in LA. His historic/architectural preservation group toured Disney Hall last night, and he said it was one of the most incredible buildings he's ever been in, with lines and planes going at virtually impossible angles. He's a real fan of Mr. Gehry, and he called it "brilliant." He agreed that it was a perfect site for The Matrix Revolutions.

Oh, and Krix, I hooted at your comment about Joel using his hands. Too true! It's like he punctuates with his fingers instead of his voice!

Posted by: SeaSing on September 11, 2003 12:14 PM

Here's a press release:

On Monday, October 27, Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures will unveil "The Matrix Revolutions," the final chapter in the phenomenal "Matrix" trilogy, at the Los Angeles Music Center's new home for the L.A. Philharmonic, the Walt Disney Concert Hall. The highly anticipated event marks the first-ever film premiere at the stunning new venue.

Designed by master architect Frank Gehry and sheathed in shimmering stainless steel, the soaring 2,265-seat Disney Hall was recently praised by Newsweek magazine as "a masterpiece even greater than (Gehry's) spectacular Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain."

"We're thrilled to be staging the world premiere of `The Matrix Revolutions' at Disney Hall," said Joel Silver, producer of the "Matrix" trilogy. "The Wachowski Brothers feel that at the heart of these films is the hope of integration; the synthesis of our finite knowledge of what is with our infinite beliefs of what might be. The architecture and design of this incredible facility represent the same inspiring aesthetic."

Written and directed by the Wachowski Brothers, "The Matrix Revolutions" stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving and Jada Pinkett Smith.

"The Matrix Revolutions" will be released worldwide on November 5 by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, and in select territories by Village Roadshow Pictures.

This is a "corrected" release. The part in bold is what has been changed from the first one, which I read but didn't save *Doh!*(and it's been zapped from the server). I do know that what Joel said in that and what is quoted now are VERY different. Of course, now I'm trying to find the first one, because it's driving me nuts to not be able to compare the two.

Posted by: krix on September 12, 2003 01:02 PM

*Luv the aesthetics of the Disney Hall for the premiere.

*Raving that once again the Bros. W have succeeded in directing their amazing all-encompassing vision toward making the Matrix experience something even more extraordinary than expected.... YAY!

*Jazzed that we'll all get to see Kanu and crew in Revolutions next month....

Posted by: phoenix IX on September 14, 2003 05:48 PM
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