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The Matrix Revolutions is a 2003 American science fiction action film written and directed by the Wachowskis. It is the third installment in The Matrix film series, released six months following The Matrix Reloaded. The film stars Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Jada Pinkett Smith, Monica Bellucci, Lambert Wilson, and Mary Alice who replaces Gloria Foster as the Oracle following her death in 2001.
The film was released simultaneously in 108 territories on November 5, 2003, by Warner Bros. Pictures. While being the final entry in the original trilogy of the series, the Matrix storyline was continued in The Matrix Online video game. It was the first live-action feature film to be released in both regular and IMAX theaters at the same time. It received mixed reviews from critics, with praise for its visual style, performances, action sequences, direction, cinematography, and music, but criticism for its plot, citing it as the weakest film in the series.
Despite the reception, the film was a financial success and grossed $427.3 million worldwide. A fourth film, titled The Matrix Resurrections, began production in February 2020, and was released on December 22, 2021.
Picking up immediately where Reloaded ended, Neo and Bane still lie unconscious in the medical bay of the ship Hammer. Inside the Matrix, Neo is trapped in a subway station named Mobil Ave, a transition zone between the Matrix and the machine world. He meets a family of programs, including a girl named Sati. The father tells Neo the subway is controlled by the Trainman, a program loyal to the Merovingian. When Neo tries to board a train with the family, the Trainman refuses and overpowers him.
Seraph contacts Morpheus and Trinity on behalf of the Oracle, who informs them of Neo s confinement. Seraph, Morpheus and Trinity enter Club Hel, where they confront the Merovingian and force him to release Neo. Troubled by visions of the Machine City, Neo visits the Oracle, who reveals that Smith intends to destroy both the Matrix and the real world. She tells him that everything that has a beginning has an end. After Neo leaves, a large group of Smiths assimilates Sati and Seraph. The Oracle does not resist assimilation, and Smith gains her powers of precognition.
In the real world, the crews of the Nebuchadnezzar and the Hammer find and reactivate Niobe s ship, the Logos. They interrogate Bane, who says that he has no recollection of the earlier massacre. As the captains plan their defense of Zion, Neo requests a ship to travel to the Machine City. Motivated by her encounter with the Oracle, Niobe offers him the Logos. Neo departs, accompanied by Trinity. Bane, who has stowed away on the Logos, takes Trinity hostage. Neo realizes that Bane has been assimilated by Smith, and a fight ensues. Bane burns Neo s eyes with a power cable, blinding him. Neo discovers that he can still see machine source code in the real world and uses this ability to kill Bane. Trinity pilots them to the Machine City.
Niobe and Morpheus rush toward Zion in the Hammer to aid the human defenses. Zion s shipyard is overwhelmed by a horde of Sentinels, and the fatally wounded Captain Mifune instructs Kid to open the gate for the Hammer, which he does with the aid of Zee. When it arrives, it discharges its EMP, disabling all the Sentinels present but also Zion s remaining defenses. The humans are forced to retreat and wait for the next attack, thinking it will be their last stand.
The Logos is attacked by a wave of machines outside of the Machine City. To avoid the onslaught, they fly above them to open sky, and then crash into a building, fatally wounding Trinity. Neo enters the Machine City and encounters the leadership of the machines in the form of the Deus Ex Machina. Neo warns that Smith plans to conquer both the Matrix and the real world and offers to stop Smith in exchange for peace with Zion. The Deus Ex Machina agrees, and the Sentinels shut down, stopping the attack on Zion.
The Machines plug Neo into the Matrix, whose population has now been entirely assimilated by Smith. The Smith with the Oracle s powers steps forth, telling Neo that he has foreseen his victory against Neo. After a protracted fight, Neo appears to concede defeat and allows himself to be assimilated. Outside the Matrix, the machines send a surge of energy into Neo s body, which inside the Matrix causes the Neo-Smith clone, then all the other Smith clones, to be destroyed, leaving the Oracle lying there and causing Neo s life to be sacrificed. The Sentinels withdraw from Zion, Morpheus and Niobe embrace, and Neo s body is carried away by the machines.
The Matrix is rebooted, and the Architect meets the Oracle in a park. They agree that the peace will last as long as it can and that those humans who desire it will be offered the opportunity to leave the Matrix. The Oracle tells Sati (who created a beautiful sunrise for Neo) that she thinks they will see Neo again. Seraph asks the Oracle if she knew this would happen. She replies that she did not know, but she believed.
- Keanu Reeves as Neo
- Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus
- Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity
- Hugo Weaving as Smith
- Jada Pinkett Smith as Niobe
- Monica Bellucci as Persephone
- Lambert Wilson as the Merovingian
- Mary Alice as the Oracle
- Helmut Bakaitis as the Architect
- Harold Perrineau as Link
- Tanveer K. Atwal as Sati
- Bernard White as Rama Kandra
- Collin Chou as Seraph
- Nona Gaye as Zee
- Gina Torres as Cas
- Bruce Spence as the Trainman
- Ian Bliss as Bane
- Harry Lennix as Commander Lock
- Anthony Zerbe as Councillor Hamann
- Nathaniel Lees as Captain Mifune
- Clayton Watson as Kid
- Cornel West as Councillor West
- David Roberts as Captain Roland
- Anthony Wong as Ghost
- Tharini Mudaliar as Kamala
- Henry Blasingame (motion capture) as Deus Ex Machina Kevin Michael Richardson as the voice of Deus Ex Machina
- Kevin Michael Richardson as the voice of Deus Ex Machina
The film s budget was estimated between US$110 million and $150 million.
Filming occurred concurrently with its predecessor, The Matrix Reloaded, and live-action sequences for the video game Enter the Matrix. This took place primarily at Fox Studios in Sydney, Australia. Most notably, the subway scenes were filmed at the disused tunnels of St James railway station, and the end sequence with the Oracle and the Architect was filmed in the Royal Botanic Garden. Carrie-Anne Moss injured her ankle during the shooting in Australia.
In contrast to its predecessors, very few source tracks are used in the film. Aside from Don Davis score, again collaborating with Juno Reactor, only one external track (by Pale 3) is used. Although Davis rarely focuses on strong melodies, familiar leitmotifs from earlier in the series reappear. For example, Neo and Trinity s love theme—which briefly surfaces in the two preceding films—is finally fully expanded into Trinity Definitely ; the theme from the Zion docks in Reloaded returns as Men in Metal , and the energetic drumming from the Reloaded tea house fight between Neo and Seraph opens Tetsujin , as Seraph, Trinity and Morpheus fight off Club Hel s three doormen. The climactic battle theme, named Neodämmerung (in reference to Wagner s Götterdämmerung), features a choir singing extracts (shlokas) from the Pavamana Mantra, introduced in the Upanishads. The chorus can be roughly translated from Sanskrit as follows: lead us from untruth to truth, lead us from darkness to light, lead us from death to immortality, peace peace peace . The extracts were brought to Davis by the Wachowskis when he informed them that it would be wasteful for such a large choir to be singing simple ooh s and aah s (according to the DVD commentary, Davis felt that the dramatic impact of the piece would be lost if the choir was to sing This is the one, see what he can do in plain English). These extracts return in the film s denouement, and in Navras, the track that plays over the closing credits (which may be considered a loose remix of Neodämmerung ).
The Matrix Revolutions was released in theaters roughly three weeks after The Matrix Reloaded arrived on DVD, October 14, 2003.
The film had the widest release ever opening simultaneously in 108 territories at 1400 Greenwich Mean Time on November 5, 2003.
On opening day, The Matrix Revolutions scored $24.3 million, becoming the third-highest Wednesday opening, behind The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. During its three-day opening weekend, it would earn $48.5 million. In its first five days of release, the film grossed $83.8 million in the United States and Canada from 3,502 theaters, but dropped 66% during the second week. For three years, it had the highest five-day Wednesday opening for any Warner Bros. film until it was taken by Superman Returns in 2006. The film would even compete against the newly released family films Brother Bear and Elf.
Internationally, the film grossed $119 million in its first 5 days from 10,013 prints in 107 territories, with the third-biggest opening ever in Japan and Spain and the fourth biggest in the United Kingdom, Italy and Mexico. Combined, it grossed $203 million in its first five days. This made it the highest worldwide opening weekend for any film, holding the record until it was beaten by The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King a month later. The Matrix Revolutions would also achieve the record for having the biggest international opening weekend for an R-rated film until 2015 when it was surpassed by Fifty Shades of Grey. The film grossed over $139 million in North America and approximately $427 million worldwide, roughly half of The Matrix Reloaded box-office total.
The Matrix Revolutions was released on DVD and VHS on April 6, 2004. The film grossed $116 million in DVD sales. Additionally, it was released on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray on October 30, 2018.
On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, The Matrix Revolutions holds an approval rating of 34% based on 218 reviews, with an average rating of 5.30/10. The site s critical consensus reads, A disappointing conclusion to the Matrix trilogy as characters and ideas take a back seat to the special effects. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 47 out of 100 based on 41 reviews, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B on an A+ to F scale, a grade down from the B+ earned by the previous film and two grades down from the A− earned by the first film, therefore the second lowest grade earned by a film in the series.
Some critics criticized the film for being anticlimactic. Additionally, some critics regard the film as less philosophically ambiguous than its predecessor, The Matrix Reloaded. Critics had difficulty finding closure pertaining to events from The Matrix Reloaded, and were generally dissatisfied.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three stars out of four, despite offering criticisms of his own, on the grounds that it at least provided closure to the story well enough so that fans following the series would prefer seeing it as to not.
While making the Matrix films, the Wachowskis told their close collaborators that at that time they had no intention of making another installment after The Matrix Revolutions. Instead, they gave their blessing to the notion of gamers inherit the storyline , and The Matrix Online video game was billed as the official continuation. In February 2015, in interviews promoting Jupiter Ascending, Lilly Wachowski called a return to The Matrix a particularly repelling idea in these times , noting the studios tendency to green-light sequels, reboots, and adaptations over original material, while Lana Wachowski, addressing rumors about a potential reboot, said that they had not heard anything, but she believed that the studio might be looking to replace them. At various times, Keanu Reeves and Hugo Weaving have stated that they would be willing to reprise their roles in potential Matrix films, but only if the Wachowskis were involved.
In March 2017, The Hollywood Reporter wrote that Warner Bros. was in early stages of developing a relaunch of the franchise, with Zak Penn in talks to write a treatment, and interest in getting Michael B. Jordan attached to star. According to the article neither the Wachowskis nor Joel Silver were involved at that stage, although the studio would like to get at minimum the blessing of the Wachowskis.
Warner Bros. officially announced the development on a fourth film in August 2019, with Lana Wachowski serving as director and producer on it. Lana wrote the screenplay with David Mitchell and Aleksander Hemon. Grant Hill produced it alongside Lana. The production is a joint-venture between Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures, similar to the original films. Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss reprise their roles from the previous films; Laurence Fishburne and Hugo Weaving do not appear in the film. Production began in February 2020 in San Francisco, briefly halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and wrapped in November of that same year. The film, The Matrix Resurrections, had its world premiere in Toronto, Canada, on December 16, 2021, and was released to theaters and streaming services on December 22, 2021.
|Plot||The human city of Zion defends itself against the massive invasion of the machines as Neo fights to end the war at another front while also opposing the rogue Agent Smith.|
|Awards||Awards, 5 wins & 36 nominations|
|Directors||Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski|
|Writers||Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski|
|Stars||Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss|
|Produced by||Bruce Berman, David Forbes, Grant Hill, Andrew Mason, Phil Oosterhouse, Vicki Popplewell, Steve Richards, Joel Silver, Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski|
|Music by||Don Davis|
|Cinematography by||Bill Pope|
|Film Editing by||Zach Staenberg|
|Casting By||Mali Finn, Shauna Wolifson|
|Production Design by||Owen Paterson|
|Art Direction by||Hugh Bateup, Jules Cook, Catherine Mansill, Charlie Revai|
|Set Decoration by||Brian Dusting|
|Costume Design by||Kym Barrett|
|Makeup Department||Steven E. Anderson, Jessica Clay, Charmaine Connelly, Rick Connelly, Judith A. Cory, Gretchen Davis, Debra Dietrich, Troy Follington, Maggie Fung, Cindy Gardner, Sean Genders, Tina Gordon, Warren Hanneman, Joel Harlow, Miia Kovero, Michael Krehl, Araxi Lindsey, Gilbert A. Mosko, Margarita Pidgeon, Kris Ravetto, Peter Robb-King, Deborah Taylor, Sheldon Wade, David Willis, Victoria Wood, Laurelle Ziento, Kerrin Jackson, Alastair Murray, Andrea Pino, Nadine Wilkie|
|Production Management||Jessica Alan, Daniel R. Chavez, Amanda Crittenden, Mitchell E. Dauterive, Bill Draper, Grant Hill, L. Dean Jones Jr., Pat Lacey, Dermot Leybourne, Simon Lucas, Wil Milne, Nathaniel Purdon, Paul Ranford, Gerald Scaife|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Deborah Antoniou, Drew Bailey, Naomi Enfield, Sean Hobin, Bruce Hunt, Samantha McGrady, James McTeigue, Robert J. Mooney, John M. Morse, Giovanni Pacialeo, Toby Pease, Kimble Rendall, Claire Richardson, Charles Rotherham, Hamish Roxburgh, Paul Sullivan|
|Art Department||Joshua Adams, John Allan, Kristen Anderson, Tony Bardolph, Thomas A. Barone, Dave Bartlett, Shane Bennett, Simon Bethune, Ian Bickerton, Colette Birrell, Kris Boxell, Carl Braga, Nicola Buck, Shane Buckallew, Gary Cameron, Andrew Chan, Diana Valia Chen, Richard W. Clot, Jules Cook, Matthew Cotter, Martin Crouch, Adrian Dalton, Geofrey Darrow, Kristen Davis, Norm DeCarlo, Ricardo F. Delgado, Brad Diebert, Mark Diggins, Yerant Douvalian, Damien Drew, Tony Drew, Mariano Díaz, Benjamin Edelberg, Vanessa Edwards, Tom Ehline, Simon Elsley, Darren Fieldhouse, Craig Fison, Brian Flora, Trish Foreman, Greg Francek, Qris Fry, Marc Gabbana, Darek Gogol, Maya Gorman, Adam Grace, Dale Haugo, Aaron Haye, Michael Henry, Mark Hitchler, Gordon Hobkirk, Joe Hoogerhyde, Sean House, Laurie Hughes, George Hull, Christian Kastner, Philip Keller, Geoff Kemmis, Tony Kieme, Cindi Knapton, Hannah Knowlton, Jacinta Leong, Andrew Lewis, John Lister, William S. Maxwell III, Simon McGuire, Kevin McManus, Doni McMillan, Thomas Meikle, Rob Menzer, Frazer Moore, Karen Murphy, Marian Murray, Simon Murton, Patrick Musni, Dave Nagel, Ben Nichols, Nanci Noblett, John Oster, Kate Patrick, Slavko Peraic, John Pickering, Miles Pitt, Jim Poynter, Joanna Pullen, Keith Rae, Hamish Raven, Ronald R. Reiss, Tom Richardson, Daniella Rigby, Aimee Rousey, Adam Savage, Hal Schlax, Craig Seamas, Steve Skroce, Danny Strachan, Rpin Suwannath, Christopher Tangney, Philip Thomas, Nicholas Tory, Michael Turner, Belinda Villani, Tom Vukmanic, Matt Weeding, Butch West, Lauren Wilbow, Philip Worth, Peter Wyborn, Mary-Liz Andrews, Amanda Clarke, Fon Davis, Lincoln Head, Daniel Pelton, Andrew Pryer|
|Sound Department||Richard Adrian, Christopher Alba, Chad Algarin, Nancy Barker, Paul Berolzheimer, Thom Brennan, Stephanie Brown, Rick Camara, David E. Campbell, Rick Canelli, Dane A. Davis, Bill R. Dean, André Dias, Julia Evershade, Scott Jason Farr, John P. Fasal, Stephanie Flack, Angela Hackner, Paul Hackner, David Jobe, Michael Edward Johnson, Mark Johnston, Andrew Lackey, Mary Jo Lang, Mark Larry, David Lee, Eric Lindemann, Mario Lorenzo, Noel McIntosh, Michael W. Mitchell, Alyson Dee Moore, Scott Morgan, Miles Neff, Gerry Nucifora, Thomas J. O Connell, Urban Olsson, Scott Oyster, Martin Pashley, Steve Pederson, James Azizi Penny, Tony Pilkington, Eryne Prine, John T. Reitz, John Roesch, Gregg Rudloff, Mark van Kool, Donna G. Walker, Bryan O. Watkins, Nathan Whitehead, Cynthia DeLaney Gorman, Sreejesh|
|Special Effects by||Christian T. Andrews, Billy Aziz, John Bennett, Steve Bolan, Steven Boyle, Robbie Clot, Steve Courtley, Laurie Davidson, Eric Dressor, Dave Fogler, Dennis Forry, Gary Fry, Tom Gibbons, Paul Gorrie, Tristan Hadden, Cat Hart, Catherine Hart, Rob Heggie, Leo Henry, Matt Heron, Brent Heyning, Steak House, Jamie Hyneman, Amanda Instone, Paul Katte, Adam Kealy, Jim Leng, Daniel Letch, Damian Lund, Andres Martinez, Pierre Maurer, Tim McGaw, Dan Myricks, Dave Nagel, Nick Nicolaou, Dan Oliver, David Pride, Tim Riach, Catherine Roehl, Arthur Spink Jr., Sarah Stanbridge, Taj Trengove, David Trethewey, Kevin Turner, Jeff Valdez, Matt Ward, Steve Yardley, Phillip Young, Eric Cotton, Russell Sharp, Bryan Sides|
|Visual Effects by||Nathan Abbot, Tony Abejuro, Gary Abrahamian, Matthew Adams, Amit Agrawal, Laide Agunbiade, Tim Ahern, Robin Akin, Tony Alexander, Chris Allen, Simon Allen, Alexandra Altrocchi, Dovi Anderson, Greg Anderson, Florent Andorra, Christian T. Andrews, Shinsaku Arima, Allan Arinduque, Daniel Arkin, Oliver Arnold, Deb Asch, Matt Ashton, Courtney Atinsky, Steve Avoujageli, Cheryl Bainum, Tom Baker, Lyndon Barrois, Travis Baumann, Yakov Baytler, Jeremy Beadell, Xavier Bec, Bill Beemer, Kevin Bell, Jeffrey Benoit, John R.A. Benson, Patrick Bergeron, Roy Berkowitz, Lloyd Bernberg, Jim Berney, Vlad Bina, Alicia Bissinger, Nicolas Bonnell, Francois Bordez, Jayni Borgaro, George Borshukov, Alan Boucek, Christian Bouyer, John Bozzalla, Michael Brazelton, Brian Brecht, Devin Breese, Ryan Bright, Phil Brotherton, Simon Brown, Matt Brumit, Wendell Bruno, Pierre Buffin, Duncan Burbidge, Markus Burki, Caroline L. Cameron, Dan Camp, Marc Canas, Brian Cantwell, Jen Cantwell, Ozzie Carmona, Rusty Case, John Cassella, Jerry Castro, Trevor Cawood, Dan Cayer, Dominick Cecere, Camille Cellucci, Stephane Ceretti, Peter Chesloff, Nicolas Chevallier, Jon Childress Farmer, Kate Choi, Eduardo Cisneros, Michael Jared Clausen, John Clinton, Terry Clotiaux, Webster Colcord, Tim Coleman, Michael Comly, Spencer Cook, Dennis Cooper, Cyril Cosenza, Danielle Costa, Filippo Costanzo, Ron Crabb, Kevin Culhane, Tiffany Cullum, Sean Cushing, Dominic Daigle, Mike Dalzell, John JD Daniel, James H. Dargie, Sumit Das, Michael Daugherty, August Alondra Davies, Thomas A. Davila, Fon Davis, Mark Andrew De La Garza, David Grue Debry, Chris Del Conte, Valerie Delahaye, Doug Delaney, Owen Demers, Steve Demers, John D.J. Des Jardin, Matt Dessero, Andrew Dickson, Dan Dixon, Sandy Dong, Tim Donlevy, Andrea Donnelly, Robert Dorris, Brennan Doyle, Christina Drahos, David S. Dranitzke, Haarm-Pieter Duiker, Laurens Ehrmann, Thomas Elder-Groebe, Janeen Elliott, Fabian Elmers, Steve Emerson, Christopher J. Eng, Douglas Epps, Eyal Erez, Katharine Evans, Bridgette Fahey-Goldsmith, Ken Faiman, Matt Farell, Daniel Favini, Todd Fellows, Deak Ferrand, Aaron Florez, Donald Fly, Dave Fogler, Nathan Fok, Cameron Folds, Justin Folk, Brad Fox, Page Frakes, Scott Frankel, John Fraser, Brian Freisinger, Haskell Friedman, Scott Fritts, Michael G. Fudge, Jenny Fulle, John Gabriel, John Gaeta, Michael Gaiser, Nicolas Galan, Jason Galeon, Amy Garback, Sergio Garcia Abad, Christina Garcia Weiland, Michael Garza, Sophie Gateau, Amy Gatzert, Michael Gay, Larry Gaynor, Adam Gerardin, Allan Gersten, Roger Gibbon, John Gibson, Jeff Gilliam, Aaron Gilman, Bill Gilman, Kenneth Gimpelson, Diana Giorgiutti, Dan Glass, Rick Glenn, Juan S. 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Welker, Davy Wentworth, Jodie Weston, Bryan Whitaker, Len White, Neha Wickramasekaran, Shannon Wiggins, Rod Williams, Jeremie Winslow, Eric Withee, Jenny Wolfe-Binder, Amber Wong, Raymond Wong, Vicki Wong, Janet Yale, Kyle Yamamoto, Jason Yanofsky, Dylan Yeo, Doug Yoshida, Robin D. Young, Scott Younkin, PeiPei Alena Yuan, Alon Zaslavsky, Blade Zavier, David Zbriger, Bjorn Zipprich, Denise Ballantyne, Alex Brownell, Salvatore Catanzaro, Ben De Luca, Anna Dickinson, Jesse Fernley, Frank Gallego, Robert Gardiner, Brian Gardner, Dylan Gottlieb, Steve Griffith, Taigne Hammock, Erica Hornung, Flip Livingston, Katie McCaffrey, Fabien Micallef, Tarco Mirza, Mark Prusten, Matthew M. Robinson, Michael Root, Juan Rubio, Marian Rudnyk, Steven Seed, Eric Soulvie, Christa Starr, Mitch Zeitlin|
|Stunts||Milan Alavanja, Cameron Ambridge, Ray Anthony, Clancy Beck, Keir Beck, Nils Bendix, Glenn Boswell, Bob Bowles, Danielle Burgio, Marky Lee Campbell, Sebastiano Cartier, Raelene Chapman, Tiger Hu Chen, Huckle Cleary, Michelle Comerford, Harry Dakanalis, Helen Delaney, Danial Donai, Mark Duncan, Jared S. Eddo, Nash Edgerton, Ousaun Elam, Christian J. Fletcher, Grant Fletcher, Craig Gale, Helen Gray, Mike Gunther, James Gutierrez, Charlie Hobson, Mick Hodge, Lou Horvath, Charles Ingram, Graham Jahne, Brendan Jakins, Peter Jeremijenko, Huen Chiu Ku, Alex Kuzelicki, Chi Tai Lam, Dion Lam, David Leitch, Chi Wah Ling, Brad Martin, Robert McDougall, Nick McKinless, Scott McLean, Phil Meacham, Chris Mitchell, Darren Andrew Mitchell, Angela Moore, John O Connell, Chris O Hara, Philip Partridge, Puven Pather, Melanie Peyton-Smith, Robert Powell, Darrin Prescott, Barry Ratcliffe, Pat Romano, R.A. Rondell, Mick Roughan, Warwick Sadler, George Saliba, Michael Saliba, David Schultz, Brett Sheerin, Yasca Sinigaglia, Cathy Small, Brit Sooby, Steve Stafford, Chad Stahelski, Gillian Statham, Gary Ray Stearns, Leo Stripp, Scott Sullivan, Glenn Suter, Darko Tuscan, Bernadette Van Gyen, Gordon Waddell, Aaron Walters, Min Windle, Avril Wynne, Shun-Yee Yuen, Shea Adams, David Kilde, Zed Korshoonoff, Brad Martin|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Ian Barwick, Jonathan Beament, Stuart Bell, J. Chuck Biagio, Ian Bird, Hans Bjerno, Jasin Boland, Mal Booth, Ray Brown, Matt Buchan, Dave Childers, Ian Chriss, Matt Clyde, Marty Coen, Gregory Collis, Steve Condiotti, Toby Copping, Dino Corti, Ross Emery, Kevin Erb, Martin Fargher, Bob Finley III, Frank Flick, Reg Garside, Gary Gill, Richard Gill, Jeff Gilliam, Melinda Sue Gordon, Mark Harris, Don L. Henderson, Philip Ho, Frank Hruby, Adam Hunter, Gillian Huxley, Dennys Ilic, Neil James, Wilfried Jeanblanc, Mark Jefferies, Paul Johnstone, Geoff Kelly, Kenneth Spike Kirkland, Adam Kuiper, Ulrike Lamster, Michael Larcombe, Peni Loloa, Zachary Love, Joshua Lubensky, Greg Luntzel, Paul Marbury, Richard Mason, Iain Mathieson, Starrs McBurney, Robert Boomer McCann, Gary McClendon, Calum McFarlane, Peter McManus, Paul Micallef, Paul Mitton, Sean Hunter Moe, Spencer Mulcahy, Jay Munro, Luis Olivares, Orlando Orona, Phil Pastuhov, Michael Pedder, Peter Quinn, Jem Rayner, Henry Richards, Andrew Rowlands, Paul Sanchez, Michael Sarkis, Oliver Scott, Rod Scott, Paul Shakeshaft, Zeb Simpson, Howard Smith, Jimmy Stuart, Justin Sykes, Michael Taylor, Luke Thomas, David Thomson, Jay Torta, Brett Tracey, John Trunk, I.J. Van Perre, Michael Vivian, Aron Walker, Helen Ward, Geoffrey Wharton, Peter Whitby, Rod Williams, Grant Wilson, Matt Windon, Michael Best, Michael Ryan Burns, Mark Kupenga, Andy Mutton|
|Animation Department||David Bawel, Michael Brunet, Chuck Duke, Cameron Folds, Derek Friesenborg, Tom Gibbons, Chris Lentz, Randy Link, Ethan Marak, Stephen Moros, Kurt Nellis, Henry Sato Jr., Jesse Sugarman, Bill Tessier, Albert Bravo|
|Casting Department||Barbara Harris, Lindsey Hayes Kroeger, Evan Knowles, Neal Dodson, Jennifer Jarvis, Sharat Raju, David Rapaport|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Gloria Bava, Genevieve Blewitt, Dan Bronson, Joanne Collins, Amanda Craze, Ivana Daniele, Christine Dye, Rhonda Earick, Jamella Hassan, Andrea Hood, Clare Howie, Elly Kamal, Tasha Le Mel, Alex Locke, Penny Mackie, Oriana Merullo, Daniela Moore, Fiona Nichols, Rebeka L. Roberts, Chandra Telfer, Jo Thorpe, Derek Sullivan|
|Editorial Department||Craig Alpert, Todd Baillere, Thaddeus Baker, David Birrell, Susan Bliss, Sean Callan, Catherine Chase, Charlie Fuguet, Ed Fuller, Allison Gibbons, Mo Henry, Jenny Hicks, Dave Lee, Catherine Liu, Cynthia Morris, David Orr, Ian Slater, Michael Struk, Bill Daly, Scott Freeman|
|Location Management||Belinda Dean, Marcus Levy, Peter Martorano, Peter J. Novak, David L. Wolfson, Peggy Baslow, Greg Francek, Karen Jine, Peter Lawless, TreJulie Stamos, Eric Towner|
|Music Department||Mark Adams, Azam Ali, James Atkinson, Herbert Ausman, Joan Beal, Jason Bentley, Bill Booth, Tom Boyd, Reid Bruton, Raymond Burkhart, Elin Carlson, Gloria Cheng, Debbi Datz-Pyle, Don Davis, Burnette Dillon, David Duke, Bill Edwards, Julie Feves, Roy Firestone, Steven R. Galloway, Gregory Geiger, Donald Green, Stephen Grimm, Zigmund Gron, Karen Wilson Harper, Michael Hoffman, The Hollywood Studio Symphony, The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra, Tommy Johnson, Teri Koide, Penka Kouneva, Edie Lehmann Boddicker, Jon Lewis, Erik Lundborg, Guy Maeda, Loren Marsteller, Barbara McDermott, Malcolm McNab, Joe Meyer, Michael Mishaw, Yvonne S. Moriarty, Tim Morrison, Diane Mueller, Brian O Connor, Julie Pearce, Bryan Pezzone, Conrad Pope, Joe E. Rand, Diane Freiman Reynolds, John Reynolds, John Rodd, Ralph Sauer, James Sawyer, Jeffrey Schindler, Jim Self, David Sherr, Armin Steiner, George F. Sterne, Sally Stevens, Eric Stonerook, George Thatcher, Richard Todd, Doug Tornquist, John Van Houten, Alvin Veeh, Brad Warnaar, Dave Washburn, Ben Watkins, Gerald White, Amy Wilkins, Don Williams, Larry Bunker, Tom Calderaro, Dan Goldwasser|
|Script and Continuity Department||Victoria Sullivan|
|Transportation Department||Jim Beard, Karen Brakenridge, John Bromstead, Lonnie Craig, Steve Humphrey, Dennis Marchant, Cian O Clery, Frank Rocha, James D. Weston II, Andrew Sparke|
|Additional Crew||Gordon Andersen, Jason Baird, Sim Bajaj, Billy Barnhart, Jennifer Bauman, Tim Bicio, Matt Bilski, John Bonnin, Mark Bosia, Valary Bremier, Jeffrey Brown, Suzie Bruce, Mandy Butler, Vanessa Carmichael, Daniel R. Chavez, Caryn Cheever, Rody Claude, Mary Clutts, Kristel Crews, Emlyn Crockett, Steve Cronan, Christopher DeFaria, Jacques Dell, Stanley A. Dellimore, William M. DeLuca, James Dornoff, Jamison Empey, Heidi Erl, Lisa Jean Felski, Julio Ferrario, Kerry Fetzer, Andrew Flakelar, Darrell Foster, Richard Franceschini, Ran Francke, Siri Dharma Galliano, Robert Rock Galotti, Michael Garcia, Jan Garner, Corey Garnett, Traci Genders, Jillian Giacomini, Andrew Glass, Michelle Gold, Maya Goodwin, Lou Grant, David Guilbeau, Mark Hager, Melanie Hammond, Kelly Helstrom, Charles Henrich, David Hird, Craig Hosking, Steak House, Sara Howell, Zachary Kahn, Melina Kevorkian, Patrick Kwok, Tom Lafferty, Spencer Lamm, Fiona Landreth, Seth Larney, Ted Leonard, Catherine Leyba, John Malakoff, Cathy Marshall, Gideon Marshall, Rob McCabe, Mimi N. McGreal, Rob McMinn, Reza Mokhtar, Dave Moorer, Jerimiah Morey, Niamh Murphy, Jenny Napier, Talayna Moana Nikora, John O Rourke, Tonia Pearson, Frank Pelluchon, Bob Perkins, Reinaldo Puentes-Tucki, Ronald Rametta, Daniel Rapo, Jacquie Robertson, Michelle Rowe, Bruce Schluter, Dana Schneider, Thomas Scott, Dave Seaborn, Jay Sedrish, Tom Settle, Greg Silverman, Denise Snyder, Alexander C. Sohn, Monika Stankowski, Adrienne Swan, Chris Symonds, Abi Tabone, Dan Talbott, Gary Ticehurst, David Tsao, Kaye Tuckerman, Michelle Tuella, Amanda Uber, Richelle M. Vawter, Janette Vecchiarelli, Geoff Willman, Evan Wilson, Bing Yin, Cheung-Yan Yuen, Woo-Ping Yuen, Ami Zins, Lindsay Cole, Christian Daugherty, Richard Fricker, Donte Gentile, Stew Harty, Sara Elizabeth Joyce, Jason Mack, Les Roberts, Wednezday Ryan, Dan Shimer|
|Companies||Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, NPV Entertainment|
|Languages||Sanskrit, English, French|
|Keywords||good versus evil,2200s,human versus machine,one against many,virtual reality simulation|