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Published on Jul 7, 2009
Matrix Reloaded 2- Kung Fu Fighting
Directed by Wachowski Brothers
Produced by Joel Silver Wachowski Brothers
Written by Wachowski Brothers
Starring Keanu Reeves Laurence Fishburne Carrie-Anne Moss Hugo Weaving Harold Perrineau Randall Duk Kim Jada Pinkett Smith
Music by Don Davis
Cinematography Bill Pope
Editing by Zach Staenberg
Distributed by Warner Bros. Village Roadshow Pictures
Release date(s) North America: May 15, 2003 Running time 138 min. Country United States Language English Budget US$ 150 million Gross revenue US$ 738,599,701
Preceded by The Matrix Followed by The Matrix Revolutions
Six months after the events of the first movie, Neo wakes from a nightmare wherein Trinity had been shot by an Agent of the Matrix while falling from a building. Morpheus receives a message from captain Niobe (Jada Pinkett Smith) of the Logos calling an emergency meeting of all Zion's hovercraft fleet. She has successfully recovered the information left by Captain Thaddeus (in the Animatrix short film Final Flight of the Osiris, recovered in the video game Enter the Matrix): 250,000 Sentinels are tunneling towards the underground city of Zion and will reach it in 72 hours. Commander Locke, the ranking military officer of Zion, orders all ships and their crews, including Neo, Trinity, Morpheus, and their new operator Link, to return to Zion to prepare for the onslaught of the machines. Morpheus asks a ship to remain behind to contact the Oracle, in defiance of Commander Locke's orders. The Caduceus receives a message from the Oracle, and the Nebuchadnezzar, also in defiance of Locke's order, ventures out to allow Neo to contact her. Meanwhile, one of the Caduceus crew members, Bane, encounters Agent Smith, who takes over Bane's body. Smith then leaves the Matrix via the nearby hard line and into Bane's body.