It reminds everything comes with a sacrifice. And Matrix 4 is barely an exception.
Filming of the long-awaited action franchise, Matrix 4 kept downtown San Francisco awake all night. Wondering how the story doesn’t end here!
Fireballs were spotted to lit up the sky with at least five helicopters flying at 300 feet. Now, it has answered your question when it comes down to shattering the usual tranquillity. Remember, actions speak more than words.
The Massive Jolt
Cameras rolled from 6 pm to midnight on Saturday and 5 am to 9 am on Sunday, leaving residents tossing and turning in their beds.
Matrix 4 creating a war zone in downtown San Francisco. Super low flying helicopters and explosions right on Market and Pine St. pic.twitter.com/a2dMkUIoNS
— Alberto Tretti (@albertotretti) February 23, 2020
Hollywood icon Keanu Reeves, playing Neo in the film is guessed to have acted for the shoot. However, city mayor London Breed is rumoured to be making a cameo for the film as well, reports the San Francisco Examiner.
— SkyBobbyTv (@SkyBobbyTv1) February 23, 2020
Turning Witness To Live Matrix 4
One video shows fireballs blasting into the night sky next to tower blocks while a second depicts at least five helicopters flying between skyscrapers at 300 feet! Also, two helicopters were seen flying around tongues of flames in the illuminated downtown street.
Besides, two people were seen hanging on a zip wire suspended between tower blocks, as a helicopter swayed overhead yesterday morning.
The Prompt Nod Of Permission
It is unclear why city authorities allowed the late-night filming warning residents of the approaching shoot, AlertSF said: ‘Low-flying helicopters with sound effects will be conducting flyovers in the Financial District for filming in support of movie production. The aircraft will fly at approximately 300 to 1,500 feet. Street closures in the area will be in effect.’
Actor Keanu Reeves, 55, was seen leaving the Omni hotel with girlfriend Alexandra Grant, 46 on Thursday who carried a bag as he walked towards their car in the Bay area.
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