LAS VEGAS, NV — (08-26-20) — Keanu Reeves has returned to work on The Matrix 4 (2020), after production was shut down due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

The multi award-winning actor opened up in a new interview about shooting the upcoming sci-fi sequel of Matrix 4. He spoke out on the new safety protocols that the studio put in place, and how he feels about returning to the $460 Million franchise.

‘We’re scrappy!’ Keanu Reeves filming ‘The Matrix 4’ in Berlin

The Matrix 4 was shooting in Berlin when production was abruptly halted back in March. The highly-anticipated sequel is now filming again after a five-month hiatus and Reeves is excited to be back with his old team.

During an interview on the Variety and iHeart podcast The Big Ticket, Reeves discussed returning to the Berlin set of the film. “Everybody who’s working on the production has worked thoroughly and in concert with the local government and industries and the Babelsberg, [Germany] studios,” said Reeves.

Reeves continued, “The protocols are in place. They’re effective.” Despite shooting a movie in the age of Covid, the actor revealed that the “process of filmmaking has felt normal, which I’m really grateful for.” He added, “And knock on wood, everybody’s been OK. We’re about three weeks in… It’s really thrilling to be making a Matrix movie.”

Listen to Keanu Reeves on The Big Ticket

Not much is known about the plot of The Matrix 4, but we do know that Carrie-Anne Moss is reprising the role of Trinity but Laurence Fishburne, will not be returning as Morpheus.

Fishburne recently told Vulture, “I have not been invited… I wish them well. I hope it’s great.”

The majority of Hollywood productions are up and running again after months of the Film Industry being shutdown.

Article by: Michael “The Sizzler”, Staff Writer

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