The Matrix Revolutions


2h 10m 2003

Brief Synopsis

In a dystopia overrun by robots, Neo, mankind's greatest hope, is trapped in a limbo world. Meanwhile, the majority of the planet's population remains in a state of suspended virtual reality. The few humans who are cognizant of the grim realities of the world desperately try to hold off their mechanical enemies long enough for Neo to escape and save the day, but things turn disastrous when all-powerful computer program Agent Smith arrives in the flesh.

Film Details

Also Known As
Matrix 3, The, Matrix Revolutions, Matrix: Revelations
MPAA Rating
Genre
Action
Sequel
Sci-Fi
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
Sydney, Australia; Oakland, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 10m

Synopsis

In the third installment, the epic war between man and machine reaches a thundering crescendo: the Zion military, aided by courageous civilian volunteers like Zee and the Kid, desperately battles to hold back the Sentinel invasion as the Machine army bores into their stronghold. Facing total annihilation, the citizens of the last bastion of humanity fight not only for their own lives, but for the future of mankind itself. But an unknown element poisons the ranks from within: the rogue program Smith has cunningly hijacked Bane, a member of the hovercraft fleet. Growing more powerful with each passing second, Smith is beyond even the control of the Machines and now threatens to destroy their empire along with the real world and the Matrix. The Oracle offers Neo her final words of guidance, which he accepts with the knowledge that she is a program and her words could be just another layer of falsehood in the grand scheme of the Matrix. With the aid of Niobe, Neo and Trinity choose to travel farther than any human has ever dared to go - a treacherous journey above ground, across the scorched surface of the earth and into the heart of the menacing Machine City. In this vast mechanized metropolis, Neo comes face to face with the ultimate power in the Machine world--the Deus Ex Machina--and strikes a bargain that is the only hope for a dying world. The war will end tonight, with Neo's destiny and the fate of two civilizations inexorably tied to the outcome of his cataclysmic confrontation with Smith.

Crew

Gary Abrahamian

Cgi Artist

Richard Adrian

Sound Effects

Richard Adrian

Sound Effects Editor

Tim Ahern

Graphics

Jessica Alan

Post-Production Supervisor

Christopher Alba

Sound Effects

John Allan

Property Master

John Allan

Technical Advisor

Simon Allen

Animation Supervisor

Chris Anderson

Background Painter

Chris Anderson

Rotoscope Animator

Gordon Anderson

Assistant

Florent Andorra

Cgi Artist

Christian T Andrews

Motion Control

Shannon Anthoness

Accounting Assistant

Ray Anthony

Stunt Player

Debbie Antoniou

Assistant Director

Sandi Archer

Production Secretary

Anna Armilla

Stand-In

Margaret Aston

Makeup Artist

Angaline Atkins

Production Assistant

Drew Bailey

Assistant Director

Jason Baird

Prosthetics

Sim Bajaj

Assistant

Tony Bardolph

Construction Manager

Emma Barham

Sound

Nancy Barker

Assistant Sound Editor

Kym Barrett

Costume Designer

Lyndon J Barrois

Animation Supervisor

Brett Bartlett

Foreman

Hugh Bateup

Art Director

Travis Baumann

Digital Effects Artist

David Bawel

Digital Effects Supervisor

Peter Baxter

Property Master

Peter Baxter

On-Set Dresser

Jonathan Beament

Video

Jim Beard

Security

Jim Beard

Driver

Carl Beaumont

Unit Manager Assistant

Christo Beck

Stand-In

Keir Beck

Stunt Player

Michael Becker

Costume Supervisor

Nils Bendix

Stunts

John Bennett

Pyrotechnics

Shane Bennett

Props

Jason Bentley

Music Supervisor

Bruce Berman

Executive Producer

Jim Berney

Visual Effects Supervisor

Paul Berolzheimer

Sound Effects

Paul Berolzheimer

Sound Effects Editor

Daniel Besocke

Motion Control

Ian Bickerton

Foreman

Matt Bilski

Assistant

Ian Bird

Key Grip

David Birrell

Assistant On-Line Editor

Jason Boland

Photography

Gary Bonnar

Driver

Nicolette Bonnell

Visual Effects Producer

George Borshukov

Visual Effects Supervisor

Glenn Boswell

Stunt Coordinator

Bob Bowles

Stunt Player

Jason Brackett

Special Effects

Karen Brakenridge

Driver

Thom Brennan

Foley Editor

Dan Bronson

Costume Supervisor

Ray Brown

Key Grip

Stephanie Brown

Adr Editor

Mathew Buchan

Best Boy

Patsy Buchan

Medic

Michael Budd

Stand-In

Henry Buescher

Pyrotechnics

Suzanne Buljan

Graphic Designer

Danielle Burgio

Stunt Player

Danny Burnett

Foreman

Peter Bushby

Gaffer

Mandy Butler

Production Accountant

David E Campbell

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Marky Lee Campbell

Stunt Player

Rick Canelli

Adr

Steve Carlin

Stand-In

Vanessa Carmichael

Assistant

John Cassella Jr.

Cgi Artist

Suzanne Celeste Brown

Dialect Coach

Camille Cellucci

Visual Effects Producer

Tony Centonze

Advisor

Stephane Ceretti

Visual Effects Supervisor

Sergei Chadiloff

Modelmaker

Sui Wah Chan

Stunts

Raelene Chapman

Stunt Player

Catherine Chase

Assistant Editor

Hu Chen

Stunts

Nicolas Chevallier

Cgi Artist

Ku Huen Chiu

Stunts

Lazaro Cifuentes

Stunt Coordinator

Rody Claude

Stand-In

Michael Clausen

Animator

Huckle Cleary

Stunts

John Clinton

Visual Effects Producer

Richard Clot

Construction Coordinator

Robert Clot

Special Effects Foreman

Terry Clotiaux

Visual Effects Producer

Matt Clyde

Best Boy

Godric Cole

Set Designer

Gregory C Collis

Grip

Michelle Comerford

Stunt Player

Steven Condiotti

Gaffer

Charmaine Connelly

Prosthetics

Rick Connelly

Prosthetics

Amber Cook

Production Assistant

Jules Cook

Art Director

Spencer Cook

Animation Supervisor

Matthew Coping

Dolly Grip

Toby Copping

Key Grip

Judith A. Cory

Hair

Steve Courtley

Special Effects Supervisor

James M. Cox

Props

Peter Coy

Foreman

Clark Craff

Digital Effects Supervisor

Amanda Craze

Costumer

Kristel Crews

Assistant

Amanda Crittenden

Production Supervisor

Harry Dakanalis

Stunt Player

Darius Darisman

Stand-In

Geofrey Darrow

Concept Artist

Laurie Davidson

Digital Effects Supervisor

Craig Davies

Visual Effects Supervisor

Dane A. Davis

Supervising Sound Editor

Dane A. Davis

Sound Designer

Don Davis

Song

Don Davis

Original Music

Don Davis

Music Producer

Don Davis

Music

Don Davis

Song Performer

Belinda Dean

Location Scout

Bill R Dean

Assistant Sound Editor

Colin Deane

Assistant Camera

Valerie Delahaye

Production Supervisor

John Delahunty

Best Boy

Doug Delaney

Digital Effects Supervisor

Ricardo Delgado

Storyboard Artist

John Desjardin

Visual Effects Supervisor

Matt Dessero

Compositing Supervisor

Raymond Dew

Key Rigging Grip

Karl Dickard-worth

Grip

Brad Diebert

Props

Roger Dodd

Special Effects Technician

Danial Donai

Stunt Player

Tim Donlevy

Motion Control

James Dornoff

Production Assistant

Yerant Douvalian

Concept Artist

David Dranitzke

Visual Effects Producer

Damien Drew

Assistant Art Director

Alan Dunstan

Best Boy

Brian Dusting

Set Decorator

Deborah Eastwood

Accountant

Jared Eddo

Stunts

Nash Edgerton

Stunt Player

Vanessa Edwards

Accounting Assistant

Tom Ehline

Foreman

Laurens Ehrmann

Cgi Artist

Ousaun Elam

Stunt Player

Duke Ellington

Song

Adam Elliot

Assistant

Janeen Elliott

Digital Effects Artist

Ross Emery

Director Of Photography

Ross Emery

Dp/Cinematographer

Naomi Enfield

Assistant Director

Heidi Erl

Production Coordinator

Julia Evershade

Supervising Sound Editor

Bridgette Fahey

Assistant Editor

Brad Fallon

Stand-In

Martin Fargher

Grip

John Paul Fasal

Sound Effects

Kerry Fetzer

Caterer

Mali Finn

Casting

Stephanie Flack

Dialogue Editor

Andrew Flakelar

Production Assistant

Christian Fletcher

Stunts

Grant Fletcher

Stunts

Frank Flick

Assistant Camera

Lee Kun Fong

Stunts

David Forbes

Visual Effects Producer

Dennis Forry

Special Effects Technician

Betty Fotofili

Production Assistant

Moses Fotofili

Best Boy

Bronwyn Fox

Assistant Production Coordinator

Scott Frankel

Digital Effects Supervisor

Pamela French

Choreographer

Jenny Fulle

Visual Effects Producer

Maggie Fung

Makeup Artist

Marc Gabbana

Concept Artist

John Gaeta

Visual Effects Supervisor

Craig Gale

Stunts

Siri Dharma Galliano

Trainer

Steven Galloway

Music Editor

Robert "rock" Galotti

Propman

Amy Garback

Cgi Artist

Jan Garner

Production Accountant

Corey Garnett

Software Engineer

Reg Garside

Gaffer

Film Details

Also Known As
Matrix 3, The, Matrix Revolutions, Matrix: Revelations
MPAA Rating
Genre
Action
Sequel
Sci-Fi
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD)
Location
Sydney, Australia; Oakland, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 10m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Grammy-nominated R&B singer and actress Aaliyah died at the age of 22 in a plane crash on Saturday August 25, 2001. Aaliyah, the singing sensation whose full name was Aaliyah Haughton, was to have a small role as the character "Zee" in "The Matrix: Reloaded". The role would have been expanded in this third installment: "The Matrix 3".

Released in United States Fall November 5, 2003

Released in United States on Video April 6, 2004

Second sequel to "The Matrix" (USA/1999), written and directed by Larry and Andy Wachowski and starring Keanu Reeves.

Jet Li was previously attached to star.

Larry and Andy Wachowski reportedly received $10 million to write and direct the two sequels.

Keanu Reeves reportedly received $30 million for the two sequels.

Keanu Reeves reportedly received $30 million for the two sequels.

Larry and Andy Wachowski shot back-to-back sequels over a 250 day production schedule.

Warner Bros. pulled all the effects shots done by Centropolis Effects in "The Matrix: Reloaded" and "The Matrix: Revolutions" and reassigned them to Sony Pictures Imageworks.

The film will be released in some IMAX theaters.

"The Matrix: Reloaded" and "The Matrix: Revolutions" were shot simultaneously.

Released in United States Fall November 5, 2003

Released in United States on Video April 6, 2004