Goldman, Michael
May 2003
Millimeter;May2003, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p22
Trade Publication
Presents information about the making of motion picture sequels 'Matrix Reloaded' and 'Matrix Revolutions.' Number of days spent in Australia and California to shoot the film according to producer Silver; Amount of investment for the film; Plot of the science fiction films.


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