Die Antwort findet ihn in Form des geheimnisvollen Morpheus. Dieser eröffnet Neo, dass die Menschen in einer von Maschinen programmierten Scheinwelt leben. Bisher war nicht klar, ob neben Keanu Reeves (55) als Neo und Carrie-Anne Moss (52) als Trinity auch Laurence Fishburne (59) als Morpheus. Neo / Thomas A. Anderson | Fans. Bekannt für. Constantine. Fan werden. Laurence Fishburne. Morpheus | Fans. Bekannt für. Matrix Reloaded.
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Thomas arbeitet als Programmierer und führt nebenbei unter dem Pseudonym Neo Jobs als professioneller Hacker aus. Ihn beschleicht das Gefühl, dass etwas Unvorstellbares und Geheimnisvolles sein Leben lenkt. Das Gefühl wird zur Gewissheit, als die. Rolle: Thomas A. Anderson/Neo. Laurence Fishburne. Rolle: Morpheus. Carrie-Anne Moss. Rolle: Trinity. Hugo Weaving. Rolle: Agent Smith. Joe Pantoliano. Matrix (eng. Originaltitel: The Matrix) ist ein Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr Als Neo von Morpheus einige Zeit später zum Orakel in der Matrix gebracht Crewmitglieder (Cypher) von Agent Smith in der Matrix gefangen genommen Morpheus und Trinity aus der Matrix, aber Neo wird durch Mr. Smith an der. Matrix Reloaded – Wikipedia. Neo / Thomas A. Anderson | Fans. Bekannt für. Constantine. Fan werden. Laurence Fishburne. Morpheus | Fans. Bekannt für. Matrix Reloaded. Matrix Reloaded Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Laurence Fishburne u.v.m. Agent Brown arbeitet an der Seite von Agent Smith und macht Neo, Morpheus und Trinity das Leben schwer. Der australische Schauspieler Paul Goddard.
Die Antwort findet ihn in Form des geheimnisvollen Morpheus. Dieser eröffnet Neo, dass die Menschen in einer von Maschinen programmierten Scheinwelt leben. Matrix (eng. Originaltitel: The Matrix) ist ein Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr Als Neo von Morpheus einige Zeit später zum Orakel in der Matrix gebracht Crewmitglieder (Cypher) von Agent Smith in der Matrix gefangen genommen Morpheus und Trinity aus der Matrix, aber Neo wird durch Mr. Smith an der. Fanliebling Morpheus, gespielt von Laurence Fishburne, wurde nach aktuellem Stand noch nicht einbezogen. Hugo Weaving (Agent Smith) hat.
He built on Reeves's diligence, Fishburne's resilience, Weaving's precision, and Moss's feminine grace. Reeves trained hard and even requested training on days off.
However, the surgery still made him unable to kick for two out of four months of training. As a result, Reeves did not kick much in the film.
In the film, the code that composes the Matrix itself is frequently represented as downward-flowing green characters.
This code uses a custom typeface designed by Simon Whiteley,  which includes mirror images of half-width kana characters and Western Latin letters and Arabic numerals.
The code received the Runner-up Award in the Jesse Garson Award for In-film typography or opening credit sequence.
The Matrix ' s production designer , Owen Paterson , used methods to distinguish the "real world" and the Matrix in a pervasive way.
The production design team generally placed a bias towards the Matrix code's distinctive green color in scenes set within the simulation, whereas there is an emphasis on the color blue during scenes set in the "real world".
In addition, the Matrix scenes' sets were slightly more decayed, monolithic, and grid-like, to convey the cold, logical and artificial nature of that environment.
For the "real world", the actors' hair was less styled, their clothing had more textile content, and the cinematographers used longer lenses to soften the backgrounds and emphasize the actors.
The Nebuchadnezzar was designed to have a patched-up look, instead of clean, cold and sterile space ship interior sets as used on productions such as Star Trek.
The wires were made visible to show the ship's working internals, and each composition was carefully designed to convey the ship as "a marriage between Man and Machine".
During the testing of a breathing mechanism in the pod, the tester suffered hypothermia in under eight minutes, so the pod had to be heated. Kym Barrett , costume designer, said that she defined the characters and their environment by their costume.
The actors needed to perform martial art actions in their costume, hang upside-down without people seeing up their clothing, and be able to work the wires while strapped into the harnesses.
The sunglasses, a staple of the film's aesthetics, were commissioned for the film by designer Richard Walker from sunglasses maker Blinde Design.
All but a few scenes were filmed at Fox Studios in Sydney, and in the city itself, although recognizable landmarks were not included in order to maintain the impression of a generic American city.
The filming helped establish New South Wales as a major film production center. Due to Reeves's neck injury, some of the action scenes had to be rescheduled to wait for his full recovery.
As a result, the filming began with scenes that did not require much physical exertion,  such as the scene in Thomas Anderson's office, the interrogation room,  or the car ride in which Neo is taken to see the Oracle.
The bullet-time fight scene was filmed on the roof of Symantec Corporation building in Kent Street, opposite Sussex Street.
Moss performed the shots featuring Trinity at the beginning of the film and all the wire stunts herself.
She stated that she was under a lot of pressure at the time and was devastated when she realized that she would be unable to do it.
The dojo set was built well before the actual filming. During the filming of these action sequences, there was significant physical contact between the actors, earning them bruises.
Reeves's injury and his insufficient training with wires prior to filming meant he was unable to perform the triple kicks satisfactorily and became frustrated with himself, causing the scene to be postponed.
The scene was shot successfully a few days later, with Reeves using only three takes. Yuen altered the choreography and made the actors pull their punches in the last sequence of the scene, creating a training feel.
The filmmakers originally planned to shoot the subway scene in an actual subway station , but the complexity of the fight and related wire work required shooting the scene on a set.
The set was built around an existing train storage facility, which had real train tracks. Filming the scene when Neo slammed Smith into the ceiling, Chad Stahelski , Reeves's stunt double, sustained several injuries, including broken ribs , knees, and a dislocated shoulder.
Another stuntman was injured by a hydraulic puller during a shot in which Neo was slammed into a booth. The helicopter was a full-scale light-weight mock-up suspended by a wire rope operated a tilting mechanism mounted to the studio roofbeams.
The helicopter had a real minigun side-mounted to it, which was set to cycle at half its regular rounds per min firing rate.
To prepare for the scene in which Neo wakes up in a pod, Reeves lost 15 pounds and shaved his whole body to give Neo an emaciated look.
The scene in which Neo fell into the sewer system concluded the principal photography. As for artistic inspiration for bullet time, I would credit Otomo Katsuhiro , who co-wrote and directed Akira , which definitely blew me away, along with director Michel Gondry.
His music videos experimented with a different type of technique called view-morphing and it was just part of the beginning of uncovering the creative approaches toward using still cameras for special effects.
Our technique was significantly different because we built it to move around objects that were themselves in motion, and we were also able to create slow-motion events that 'virtual cameras' could move around — rather than the static action in Gondry's music videos with limited camera moves.
The film is known for popularizing a visual effect  known as " bullet time ", which allows a shot to progress in slow-motion while the camera appears to move through the scene at normal speed.
When John Gaeta read the script, he pleaded with an effects producer at Mass. Illusion to let him work on the project, and created a prototype that led to him becoming the film's visual effects supervisor.
The method used for creating these effects involved a technically expanded version of an old art photography technique known as time-slice photography, in which an array of cameras are placed around an object and triggered simultaneously.
Each camera captures a still picture, contributing one frame to the video sequence, which creates the effect of "virtual camera movement"; the illusion of a viewpoint moving around an object that appears frozen in time.
The bullet time effect is similar but slightly more complicated, incorporating temporal motion so that rather than appearing totally frozen, the scene progresses in slow and variable motion.
Instead of firing the cameras simultaneously, the visual effect team fired the cameras fractions of a second after each other, so that each camera could capture the action as it progressed, creating a super slow-motion effect.
Because the cameras circle the subject almost completely in most of the sequences, computer technology was used to edit out the cameras that appeared in the background on the other side.
The photo-realistic surroundings generated by this method were incorporated into the bullet time scene,  and algorithms based on optical flow were used to interpolate between the still images to produce a fluent dynamic motion;   the computer-generated "lead in" and "lead out" slides were filled in between frames in sequence to get an illusion of orbiting the scene.
Manex also handled creature effects, such as Sentinels and machines in real world scenes; Animal Logic created the code hallway and the exploding Agent at the end of the film.
DFilm managed scenes that required heavy use of digital compositing, such as Neo's jump off a skyscraper and the helicopter crash into a building.
The ripple effect in the latter scene was created digitally, but the shot also included practical elements, and months of extensive research were needed to find the correct kind of glass and explosives to use.
The scene was shot by colliding a quarter-scale helicopter mock-up into a glass wall wired to concentric rings of explosives; the explosives were then triggered in sequence from the center outward, to create a wave of exploding glass.
The photogrammetric and image-based computer-generated background approaches in The Matrix ' s bullet time evolved into innovations unveiled in the sequels The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions.
The method of using real photographs of buildings as texture for 3D models eventually led the visual effect team to digitize all data, such as scenes, characters' motions and expressions.
It also led to the development of "Universal Capture", a process which samples and stores facial details and expressions at high resolution.
With these highly detailed collected data, the team were able to create virtual cinematography in which characters, locations, and events can all be created digitally and viewed through virtual cameras, eliminating the restrictions of real cameras.
Dane A. Davis was responsible for creating the sound effects for the film. The fight scene sound effects, such as the whipping sounds of punches, were created using thin metal rods and recording them, then editing the sounds.
The sound of the pod containing a human body closing required almost fifty sounds put together. The film's score was composed by Don Davis.
Davis focused on this theme of reflections when creating his score, alternating between sections of the orchestra and attempting to incorporate contrapuntal ideas.
Davis' score combines orchestral, choral and synthesizer elements; the balance between these elements varies depending on whether humans or machines are the dominant subject of a given scene.
Worldwide, it was the fourth highest-grossing film of the year. The Matrix was praised by many critics, as well as filmmakers, and authors of science fiction,  especially for its "spectacular action" scenes and its "groundbreaking special effects".
Some have described The Matrix as one of the best science fiction films of all time;   Entertainment Weekly called The Matrix "the most influential action movie of the generation".
The site's critical consensus reads, "Thanks to the Wachowskis' imaginative vision, The Matrix is a smartly crafted combination of spectacular action and groundbreaking special effects".
Jonathan Rosenbaum of the Chicago Reader reviewed the film negatively, criticizing it as "simpleminded fun for roughly the first hour, until the movie becomes overwhelmed by its many sources There's not much humor to keep it all life-size, and by the final stretch it's become bloated, mechanical, and tiresome.
Ian Nathan of Empire described Carrie-Anne Moss as "a major find", praised the "surreal visual highs" enabled by the bullet time or "flo-mo" effect, and described the film as "technically mind-blowing, style merged perfectly with content and just so damn cool".
Nathan remarked that although the film's "looney plot" would not stand up to scrutiny, that was not a big flaw because " The Matrix is about pure experience".
This dazzling pop allegory is steeped in a dark, pulpy sensibility that transcends nostalgic pastiche and stands firmly on its own merits.
Salon ' s reviewer Andrew O'Hehir acknowledged that although The Matrix is a fundamentally immature and unoriginal film "It lacks anything like adult emotion In a limited and profoundly geeky sense, this might be an important and generous film.
The Wachowskis have little feeling for character or human interaction, but their passion for movies —for making them, watching them, inhabiting their world—is pure and deep.
Filmmakers and science fiction creators alike generally took a complimentary perspective of The Matrix.
William Gibson , a key figure in cyberpunk fiction, called the film "an innocent delight I hadn't felt in a long time," and stated, "Neo is my favourite-ever science fiction hero, absolutely.
Night Shyamalan expressed admiration for the Wachowskis, stating, "Whatever you think of The Matrix , every shot is there because of the passion they have!
You can see they argued it out! The Matrix seemed fresh and cool and visually breathtaking; making wonderful, intelligent use of CGI to augment the on-screen action, striking a perfect balance of the real and the hyperreal.
It was possibly the coolest film I had ever seen. The influx of martial-arts choreographers and fight coordinators now make more, and are more prevalent and powerful in the industry, than stunt coordinators.
The Matrix revolutionized that. Today, action movies want their big sequences designed around the fights.
The Matrix received Academy Awards for film editing , sound effects editing , visual effects , and sound.
The film's mainstream success led to the making of two sequels, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions , both directed by the Wachowskis.
These were filmed back-to-back in one shoot and released on separate dates in Also released was The Animatrix , a collection of nine animated short films, many of which were created in the same Japanese animation style  that was a strong influence on the live action trilogy.
The Animatrix was overseen and approved by the Wachowskis, who only wrote four of the segments themselves but did not direct any of them; much of the project was developed by notable figures from the world of anime.
The franchise also contains three video games: Enter the Matrix , which contains footage shot specifically for the game and chronicles events taking place before and during The Matrix Reloaded ;  The Matrix Online , an MMORPG which continued the story beyond The Matrix Revolutions ;   and The Matrix: Path of Neo , which focuses on Neo's journey through the trilogy of films.
The franchise also includes The Matrix Comics , a series of comics and short stories set in the world of The Matrix , written and illustrated by figures from the comics industry.
Most of the comics were originally presented for free on the official Matrix website;  they were later republished, along with some new material, in two printed trade paperback volumes, called The Matrix Comics, Vol 1 and Vol 2.
In March , Warner Bros. Jordan attached to star. According to The Hollywood Reporter neither the Wachowskis nor Joel Silver were involved with the endeavor, although the studio would like to get at minimum the blessing of the Wachowskis.
Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich officially announced that a fourth Matrix movie was in the works, with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss set to reprise their roles as Neo and Trinity respectively.
The Matrix was released on Laserdisc in its original aspect ratio of 2. It was also released on VHS in both fullscreen and widescreen formats followed on December 7 , The Matrix draws from and alludes to numerous cinematic and literary works, and concepts from mythology, religion and philosophy, including the ideas of Buddhism , Christianity , Gnosticism , Hinduism , and Judaism.
The pods in which the machines keep humans have been compared to images in Metropolis , and the work of M.
In this episode the hero is unaware he is living in virtual reality until he is told so by "the code man" who created the simulation and enters it knowingly.
The Wachowskis have described Stanley Kubrick 's A Space Odyssey as a formative cinematic influence, and as a major inspiration on the visual style they aimed for when making The Matrix.
As in the film, the Matrix of that series introduced in the serial The Deadly Assassin is a massive computer system which one enters using a device connecting to the head, allowing users to see representations of the real world and change its laws of physics; but if killed there, they will die in reality.
The fight scenes in Fist of Legend led to the hiring of Yuen as fight choreographer. The Wachowskis' approach to action scenes drew upon their admiration for Japanese animation such as Ninja Scroll and Akira.
G , which produced Ghost in the Shell , noted that the anime's high-quality visuals were a strong source of inspiration for the Wachowskis.
He also commented, " I'd imagine that The Matrix is the kind of film that was very difficult to draw up a written proposal for to take to film studios".
He stated that since Ghost in the Shell had gained recognition in America, the Wachowskis used it as a "promotional tool".
In The Matrix , a copy of Jean Baudrillard 's philosophical work Simulacra and Simulation , which was published in French in , is visible on-screen as "the book used to conceal disks",   and Morpheus quotes the phrase "desert of the real" from it.
The Matrix belongs to the cyberpunk genre of science fiction, and draws from earlier works in the genre such as the novel Neuromancer by William Gibson.
Davies had already used the term "Matrix" fifteen years earlier for a similar concept in his novel The White Room "It had been tried in the States some years earlier, but their 'matrix' as they called it hadn't been strong enough to hold the fictional character in place".
Dick , particularly Dick's speculative Exegesis. Dick's conference, in which he stated: "We are living in a computer-programmed reality, and the only clue we have to it is when some variable is changed, and some alteration in our reality occurs".
It has been suggested by philosopher William Irwin that the idea of the "Matrix" — a generated reality invented by malicious machines — is an allusion to Descartes ' " First Meditation ", and his idea of an evil demon.
The Meditation hypothesizes that the perceived world might be a comprehensive illusion created to deceive us. The allegory is related to Plato's theory of Forms , which holds that the true essence of an object is not what we perceive with our senses, but rather its quality, and that most people perceive only the shadow of the object and are thus limited to false perception.
The philosophy of Immanuel Kant has also been claimed as another influence on the film, and in particular how individuals within the Matrix interact with one another and with the system.
Kant states in his Critique of Pure Reason that people come to know and explore our world through synthetic means language, etc. This means people are their own agents of deceit, and so in order for them to know truth, they must choose to openly pursue truth.
This idea can be examined in Agent Smith's monologue about the first version of the Matrix, which was designed as a human utopia , a perfect world without suffering and with total happiness.
Agent Smith explains that, "it was a disaster. No one accepted the program. Entire crops [of people] were lost. The world in was far from a utopia, but still humans accepted this over the suffering-less utopia.
According to William Irwin this is Kantian, because the machines wished to impose a perfect world on humans in an attempt to keep people content, so that they would remain completely submissive to the machines, both consciously and subconsciously, but humans were not easy to make content.
Andrew Godoski sees allusions to Christ , including Neo's " virgin birth ", his doubt in himself, the prophecy of his coming, along with many other Christian references.
What if you weren't able to wake from that dream? How would you know the difference from the real world and the dream world?
Matrixism is a fan-based religion created as "the matrix religion. Years after the release of The Matrix , both the Wachowskis came out as transgender women, and some have seen transgender themes in the film.
This is a cool thing because it's an excellent reminder that art is never static. The Matrix had a strong effect on action filmmaking in Hollywood.
The film's incorporation of wire fu techniques, including the involvement of fight choreographer Yuen Woo-ping and other personnel with a background in Hong Kong action cinema , affected the approaches to fight scenes taken by subsequent Hollywood action films,  moving them towards more Eastern approaches.
Following The Matrix , films made abundant use of slow-motion, spinning cameras, and, often, the bullet time effect of a character freezing or slowing down and the camera dollying around them.
The Matrix ' s signature special effect, and other aspects of the film, have been parodied numerous times,  in comedy films such as Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo ,  Scary Movie ,  Shrek ,  Kung Pow!
Carrie-Anne Moss asserted that prior to being cast in The Matrix , she had "no career". It launched Moss into international recognition and transformed her career; in a New York Daily News interview, she stated, " The Matrix gave me so many opportunities.
Everything I've done since then has been because of that experience. It gave me so much". The Matrix was also influential for its impact on superhero films.
John Kenneth Muir in The Encyclopedia of Superheroes on Film and Television called the film a "revolutionary" reimagination of movie visuals, paving the way for the visuals of later superhero films, and credits it with helping to "make comic-book superheroes hip" and effectively demonstrating the concept of " faster than a speeding bullet " with its bullet time effect.
In , the film was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being "culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant.
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