“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” and “Matrix 4” were filmed in the same city at the same time. The Marvel movie was able to use the sequel with Keanu Reeves.
After the commercial success of “poison” Marvel fans in this country can finally look forward to the long-awaited sequel, because “Poison: Let there be massacre” It finally started in German cinemas. The Marvel movie was originally supposed to be released in October last year, but the coronavirus has thrown all plans overseas. Fortunately, the “Venom” crew was at least able to finish production before the pandemic began, but the Marvel movie had another problem to contend with.
“Poison: Let there be massacre” und “The Resurrection Matrix” Temporarily captured at the same time and in the same place. In San Francisco, they’ve been working on both great jobs and this has led to some organizational challenges, as unit director “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” Christopher Cusiak in an interview with splash screen betrayal. However, the Marvel movie was able to take advantage of this as well:
“A lot of things affected the shooting. I missed many of our driving shots because “Matrix Resurrections” took over the entire city center… We finally moved to the rooftop of the parking garage because due to “Matrix Resurrections,” we couldn’t get to the areas we were in It’s wanted. But if we were there first, it probably would have gone the other way. Helicopters were already seen in The Matrix. The Matrix Resurrections were filming at the same time, so we filmed some of their activities on camera.”
“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is currently showing in cinemas and in the Marvel sequel, some famous stars are once again playing. We interviewed some of the actors that you can watch in the video.
“Poison: Let There Be A Carnage,” Spart Costin
Now, of course, the question arises as to which exact helicopter scenes from “Matrix: Resurrections” eventually made it to the Marvel movie. But since the theatrical release will only be in December, one can only speculate here highly. Remarkably, the upcoming science fiction movie occupied most of the city for its filming. Interestingly, the movie “Venom: Let There Be Carage” could take advantage of the situation in another way:
Exciting recordings in a big city require a lot of money to support the local police with regulation and to set up roadblocks. According to Screen Rant, “Matrix: Resurrections” has invested $420,000 for this. The movie “Venom: Let There Be Carage” saved some costs and only had to pay the police $192,000.
This difference will not be noticeable to viewers in the cinema, but at least future visitors can see possible helicopter scenes that can be seen in the movie “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”.
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