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Warner Brothers Releases Trailer For The Matrix: Reloaded In QuickTime

Warner Brothers Releases Trailer For The Matrix: Reloaded In QuickTime

by , 12:00 PM EDT, May 16th, 2002

Warner Brothers has released a new trailer for The Matrix: Reloaded, the sequel to the block bluster hit The Matrix, in QuickTime. Observer Tony Falzer pointed us to the home page for The Matrix Reloaded, where the trailer is available four different resolutions to match your Mac's bandwidth. The trailer requires QuickTime 5.

You can find the trailer at The Matrix: Reloaded's Web site.

The Mac Observer Spin:

Apple's QuickTime Trailer Web site isn't currently featuring this new trailer for The Matrix's sequel, which is surprising. That's OK, however, because the trailer is being delivered in QuickTime format anyway. Apple's main marketing push for QuickTime has been tie-ins with movie studios and movie trailers, and the company has successfully used those tie-ins to get millions of computer users to install QuickTime.

This is a big deal in the race to control Internet multimedia standards, especially with Microsoft having worked hard to keep QuickTime off of Windows boxes at the OEM level. The Matrix: Reloaded is one of the most anticipated sequels ever, and will make a great push for QuickTime downloads in any event.

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