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Keanu Reeves rules out 'Matrix' sequel

Los Angeles, Nov 2 : Actor Keanu Reeves says that another sequel to popular "The Matrix" franchise is not on cards for now.


Co-directed by Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski, the franchise had three editions, which started in 1999. Reeves played the lead role of Neo in the sci-fi thriller.

"I don't believe there will be one. I don't know what the Wachowskis are doing right now other than working on 'Jupiter Ascending'. I don't know if they're thinking about another 'Matrix'," eonline.com quoted Reeves as saying.

The 49-year-old accepts that his character became very famous.

"I thought the way Thomas Anderson/Neo went out was pretty spectacular," said Reeves.

--IANS (Posted on 02-11-2013)

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