“The Matrix Reloaded” will open in IMAX theaters two or three weeks after its general release May 15, “The Matrix Revolutions” will open Nov. 5 in both conventional and Imax cinemas, marking the first time that a live-action Hollywood film is released concurrently in both large- and standard-sized formats, known in the industry as a day-and-date release.
Matrix sequels to show in IMAX theaters
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