It's the movie that revolutionized moviemaking "The Matrix" and it's back, with a vengeance.
They're returning with two back-to-back sequels, "Reloaded" and "Revolutions," and a video game to boot, starring a newcomer to the "Matrix" bag of tricks, Jada Pinkett Smith. She says, "It's like a dream come true for me. I'm a true video game freak."
Tuesday night, Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Laurence Fishburne, along with Jada and hubby Will Smith, donned their "Matrix" black and celebrated the kick-off of the Atari video game. Keanu told "Extra" that he won't be playing his own game. He says, "I'm an old school cat. I play pinball."
While Keanu is pretty low key about the whole "Matrix" experience, his co-stars tell "Extra" it was intense and they have the war wounds to prove it. Carrie-Anne says, "I broke my leg. It's brutal, tragic, but worth it."
You'll see the fruits of their labor when "Matrix Reloaded" and the video game both premiere in May.