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Matrix 4 Stops Production Due To COVID-19

Another title joins the growing number of movies delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

First reported by Deadline, Warner Bros. has temporarily suspended productions of Keanu Reeve’s Matrix 4 due to safety concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. 

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The film had been in production since February and was getting ready to shoot in Berlin before Warner Bros. made the decision to put a pause of the film’s production. It is unclear if this delay will impact the movie’s 2021 release date.

No one on the crew or cast have been diagnosed with COVID-19 but the studio is still taking precautions to ensure it doesn’t actually happen. 

Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss will be reprising their roles in the film, alongside newcomers Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jonathan Groff, Jessica Henwick and Neil Patrick Harris

Matrix 4 is one of several Warner Bros. projects to be affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Filming for The Batman and Fantastic Beast 3 have also been postponed. Other films such as Sony’s Uncharted and MGM’s No Time to Die have also been affected. 


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