Matrix 4 with Keanu Reeves canceled due to coronavirus

Matrix 4 with Keanu Reeves canceled due to Coronavirus

It became known that the work on the film “Matrix 4” with Keanu Reeves was stopped due to the threat of an epidemic, and it is unclear when the film crew will be able to return to continue work on the expected picture.

Warner Bros. Company One of the last responded to the situation with the global pandemic of the coronavirus Covid-19, stopping the production of many of its major projects. They included such films as Matrix 4, the new Batman with Robert Pattinson, Fantastic Beasts 3 in the Harry Potter universe, and many others.

At the same time, the company until the last informed that they were going to continue working on their projects launched into production, but recent orders forced management to change their plans. It is still unknown how long the work on Matrix 4 was stopped, and whether this will affect the timing of the release of the picture, which is scheduled for release in May 2021.

Actors such as Keanu Reeves in the role of Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss in the role of Trinity will return to Matrix 4, and Lana Wachowski, who worked on the original trilogy of The Matrix films, became the director of the film. The shooting of the film “Matrix 4” took place in San Francisco, and only recently the film crew went to Berlin to continue work.

Due to the aggravation of the situation in Europe, all work was paused, and the actors returned to their homes. So far, no cases of virus infection have been reported among the Matrix 4 film crew, but several cases of diseases of famous actors are already known. They already included Tom Hanks, Olga Kurylenko, Idris Elba, and Christopher Heavyview.

The film industry due to the coronavirus was in unprecedented conditions, and the estimated loss of the industry by May of this year could be about $ 20 billion. Recently, many expected films of the coming months have been postponed, and some films, such as Fast & Furious 9, have been postponed for a whole year. At the same time, Marvel has not yet announced the transfer of the film “Black Widow”, scheduled for April 30, but this should happen in the near future since cinemas in most countries of the world were closed due to quarantine.


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