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Keanu Reeves: Had to jump off the skyscraper for "Matrix 4"

“It was great!”: Hollywood star Keanue Reeves fell from a building several times for the sequel to the 20-year-old “Matrix” trilogy.

Los Angeles – For the continuation of the “Matrix” series, leading actor Keanu Reeves fell from a skyscraper 19 times – but secured with ropes.

“It was great!” Said the Canadian actor on Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show”. “Can you imagine just jumping off a building?” The stunt in which he fell hand in hand with co-star Carrie-Anne Moss from the 46th floor is clearly the craziest experience on the set of “Matrix 4” (Original title: “The Matrix Resurrections”) been.

“When we got there, my heart was beating a little faster, but after the first time you can’t think about the fear,” said Reeves. “You don’t have to fade it out, but you have to deal with it, absorb it and just do it.” Implementing the scene digitally was out of the question, as director Lana Wachowski wanted natural morning light. The scene was therefore shot “19 or 20 times” on two mornings.

“Matrix 4” is the sequel to the 20-year-old “Matrix” trilogy with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in the lead roles, the film will be released on December 22nd. In Germany, the cinema release is on December 23rd. dpa

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