Jedno glupo pitanje: Da li je Trinity to radila u zgradi gde je agregat, ili sa drugog kraja planete?
Geek u meni mi ne dozvoljava da prećutim da se 10.x.x.x adrese ne koriste na Internetu
BTW, za one koji vole trivias:
Actress/Singer Aaliyah was originally cast in the role of Zee but was killed in a plane crash on 25 August 2001.
Gloria Foster also died before the end of shooting the second Matrix film. She had done most of her scenes for Reloaded but had not done any for the third film.
This film and the sequel (Matrix Revolutions, The (2003)) took four years to make, and were filmed back to back.
A 17-minute battle sequence alone cost over $40 million.)
The 2-mile loop highway was built specifically for this film for a chase scene on the decommissioned Alameda Point Navy Base at a cost of over $2.4 million.
The sequels took so long to finish because several CGI firms went bankrupt while working on rendering the effects for both movies.
It was reported that Keanu Reeves volunteered to give up a claim to a share of ticket sales amounting to around $38 million when producers feared that the film would never recoup the cost of the special effects.
The special effects alone cost $100 million U.S.
The script for the movie (while in production) was code-named "The Burly Man". This came from an epic fight that the developers code named "The Burly Brawl".
GM donated 300 cars for use in the production of the movie. All 300 were wrecked by the end.
There were several injuries on the set: Carrie-Anne Moss broke her leg training for a wire stunt, Laurence Fishburne fractured an arm in another training incident and Hugo Weaving put out a disc in his neck while being pulled back on a wire.
The film's concluding highway chase sequence took 45 days to shoot (longer than many films' entire shooting schedule).
If you can't beat your computer at chess, try kickboxing.