A new movie adaptation of the dystopian sci-fi thriller “The Matrix” has made its way to theaters.
The film’s producer, Mark Gordon, told The Hollywood Reporter that the film will have a theatrical release sometime in 2017.
The story revolves around the protagonist, Neo, a man who travels through time and space and is ultimately drawn to a world that’s populated by humans and machines.
The movie, which is being directed by J. Michael Straczynski (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn), will be the first feature-length film based on the novel by Neal Stephenson.
The novel is the basis for the movie.
The Matrix’s cast includes Amy Adams, Keanu Reeves, John Goodman, Zachary Quinto, and Anya Taylor-Joy.
The movie also stars Ellen Page, Michelle Monaghan, and Danny Huston.
The novel, written by the computer science professor Alan Turing, was inspired by the book of the same name by the British author William Gibson.
It was published in 1977 and has inspired numerous works.
In its first year of release, the book sold over a million copies.
In the first two months of its release, The Matrix grossed more than $300 million worldwide.