The Local People In San Francisco Are Annoyed By The Production Of The Fourth ‘Matrix’ Film Since It Brings Damages To The Building Near The Movie Set.
Production on the fourth “The Matrix” movie has irked locals in San Francisco, California after a number of staged explosions caused some building damage.
“The Matrix 4” is currently being shot in the city, but last weekend, the extreme heat from on set fireballs apparently melted building lamps and destroyed the plastic cover of a local business’ street advertising sign.
According to the local NBC News channel, workers hired to replace the plastic on the sign revealed the repairs cost around $2,000.
In addition to setting off explosives for the film, the shoot involved a low-flying helicopter, which was spotted just feet away from the side of office buildings.
Franchise stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss are reprising their respective roles as Neo and Trinity in the new sequel.
Lana Wachowksi, who took charge of the first three movies with sister Lilly, is returning to the director’s chair for “The Matrix 4”, which is currently set for release next year 2021.