May 17 2010Wachowskis Capitalizing on "Star-Crossed Gay Lovers in Iraq in the Future" Craze


Not another hard-R homosexual relationship between a U.S. solider and and an Iraqi that takes place partially in the future. Afraid so, says Deadline, and it's from the Wachowskis:

[The Wachowskis' new film is] a drama that focuses on a "hard R" homosexual relationship between a U.S. soldier and an Iraqi. It's a cinema verite-style treatment that begins in the near future and then spans back over years that include the current war in Iraq.

What is this, The Matrix 4?

Reader Comments

(there, i said it)


Betcha' can't guess which "brother" thought this movie would be a good idea.

what's a solider? o_O

a solider is lower in rank then a solidest...

whos gayer the big baby on the left or the rave queen on the right

When a middle aged man looks like a 14 year old girl, the dead shall rise and the land shall be torn asunder with hellfire. I'm scared mommy.

Sounds awesome.

again? really?

Gay or not, that's a stupid fucking haircut. Movie could be interesting, though.


"The Matrix" (the first one) was a very fun and exciting movie. There was also a collection of cartoons called "The Animatrix" - which was excellent.

Highlander (the first movie) - very fun and exciting.

The first two Star Wars were fantastic.

The first two Godfather movies were genius.

The first season of "Heroes" was quite inspired.

Ditto the first season of "Twin Peaks".

See what I'm getting at here?

They should start getting ready for the

You're right. People ARE pretty stupid.

I can't wait to see what the futuristic gay love storyboards by Geoff Darrow will look like.


I'll only go see this movie if there is penetration.

cant wait to see a hard throbbing uncircumcised member, thrusting, penetrating every orifice of that hot tan body...

Now that I know what they look like, I like their movies less.

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