The Matrix 4 occupied “disregard of the Berlin party ban as...

Released: 13:26 GMT, 13. November 2020 | Updated: 14:57 GMT, 13. November 2020

The cast of The Matrix 4 reportedly disregarded Berlin’s party ban by allegedly staging their own celebration for the upcoming film.

According to reports, up to 200 performers and crew members attended a closing party in the Babelsberg Studio in Potsdam, code-named “Ice Cream Team Event”.

In October, Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Berliners not to go to parties after an increase in coronavirus cases.

On Monday, November 2nd, Merkel plunged Germany back into the “Lockdown Lite” and ordered all bars and restaurants across the country to close. The Matrix 4 is said to have finished filming days later.

According to reports, up to 200 actors and crew members from The Matrix 4 attended a closing party at the Babelsberg Studio in Potsdam, code-named “Ice Cream Team Event”.

The cast of The Matrix 4 is said to have violated Berlin's party ban by allegedly staging their own celebration for the upcoming film

The cast of The Matrix 4 is said to have violated Berlin's party ban by allegedly staging their own celebration for the upcoming film

The cast of The Matrix 4 is said to have violated Berlin’s party ban by allegedly staging their own celebration for the upcoming film

The German newspaper Bild claims that guests enjoyed DJ sessions, pyrotechnics, wine and sake bars with food stalls selling sushi and desserts

The German newspaper Bild claims that guests enjoyed DJ sessions, pyrotechnics, wine and sake bars with food stalls selling sushi and desserts

The German newspaper Bild claims that guests enjoyed DJ sessions, pyrotechnics, wine and sake bars with food stalls selling sushi and desserts

Attendees at the Matrix 4 celebration reportedly included Keanu Reeves and his girlfriend Alexandra Grant, as well as the movie's creators, Lana and Lilly Wachowski. Pictured above, Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in The Matrix 4

Attendees at the Matrix 4 celebration reportedly included Keanu Reeves and his girlfriend Alexandra Grant, as well as the movie's creators, Lana and Lilly Wachowski. Pictured above, Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in The Matrix 4

Attendees at the Matrix 4 celebration reportedly included Keanu Reeves and his girlfriend Alexandra Grant, as well as the movie’s creators, Lana and Lilly Wachowski. Pictured above, Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in The Matrix 4

Attendees at the Matrix 4 celebration reportedly included Keanu Reeves and his girlfriend Alexandra Grant, as well as the movie’s creators, Lana and Lilly Wachowski.

The German newspaper Bild claims that guests enjoyed DJ sessions, pyrotechnics, wine and sake bars with food stalls selling sushi and desserts.

Other extreme details at the party reportedly included tattoo stations and Bedouin tents for the cast and crew.

A source told Bild that guests reportedly had a COVID-19 test in advance and were required to attend the event wearing masks. They also claimed that there was no filming during the party.

You told the German newspaper: “The mood was exuberant. There was a quick one [COVID-19] Test for everyone in advance. Everyone had to come with a mask, but many didn’t wear one anymore. ‚

Other extreme details at the party reportedly included tattoo stations and Bedouin tents for the cast and crew

Other extreme details at the party reportedly included tattoo stations and Bedouin tents for the cast and crew

Other extreme details at the party reportedly included tattoo stations and Bedouin tents for the cast and crew

A source told Bild that guests reportedly had a COVID-19 test in advance and were required to attend the event wearing masks.

A source told Bild that guests reportedly had a COVID-19 test in advance and were required to attend the event wearing masks.

A source told Bild that guests reportedly had a COVID-19 test in advance and were required to attend the event wearing masks.

In October, Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Berliners not to go to parties after an increase in coronavirus cases.

In October, Chancellor Angela Merkel asked Berliners not to go to parties after an increase in coronavirus cases.

In October, Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Berliners not to go to parties after an increase in coronavirus cases.

A spokesman for Studio Babelsberg hit back on the reports and told Bild: “According to the production, it was the last day of shooting. It was a celebration scene … Hygiene requirements were met.

“The production deliberately carried out this shoot with many people involved at the end of the shoot.”

According to reports, indoor events can only take place with a registration with a maximum of 50 guests. Masks and social distancing must be observed.

It is assumed that private events and meetings in Berlin can only have a maximum of 10 people, previously it was 25. Groups of 50 people are allowed to meet outdoors.

A Potsdam spokesman has claimed that the event was not registered and that the health department “examined” the party photos.

Merkel, who has also put Germany on a four-week “Lockdown Lite”, said in October: “We have to urge young people in particular to forego a few parties now in order to lead a good life tomorrow or the day after tomorrow.”

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