"The Matrix" trilogy told a compelling story, and it had some of the best action to ever grace the big screen. Some of the things that went on behind the scenes happen to be just as interesting as the movies themselves, and today you're going to learn some interesting facts about the trilogy.
Iconic rapper Tupac Shakur was killed almost 20 years ago and ever since he passed away there have been many conspiracy theories surrounding his death. Some fans think that he's still alive, and a random selfie from 2015 is making the rounds on the Internet as people are claiming that it is indeed Tupac himself, and that it proves that he's not dead.
Engineers at the Canwick Water Recycling Centre near Lincoln were doing a regular sweep of the sewage system and they found some interesting items down there. You won't believe what people have flushed down their toilets in London.
This guy took his love of tattoos to the extreme when he decided to get half his face tattooed. One half of his face is now normal, and the other half looks like an exposed skull. It's creepy to say the least, but impressive.
Many expensive supercars belonging to a Qatari Sheikh were flown into London this summer including a McLaren P1, two Ferraris, a Porsche 918 and a Bugatti Veyron. The cars have been the talk of the town and they're still racing through the streets as summer is coming to a close.
This poor fool was participating in a neighborhood square dance in China, and he was afraid that pictures of him would end up online, so he tried to destroy the internet. He was concerned as people took photos of him square dancing and he thought he was being mocked. The man then allegedly destroyed local optical networks causing $15,000 in damage.
Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay suggested a new event at McAdams Park in Wichita Kansas and it was a huge hit. The community is filled with Black Lives Matter activists, and the police wanted to build a better relationship between police and citizens, so they held the First Steps Cookout which was attended by almost 1,000 people.
A man in Norway thought for some reason that it would be a good idea to climb into a public toilet. It was all fun and games until he got stuck. The toilet was an old school outhouse style toilet and he says that he say animals down there and it was the worst thing he's ever experienced.
A massive thunderstorm recently hit Hardangervidda National Park in Norway and a single lightning strike killed more than 320 reindeer during the storm. The lightning strike hit a mountain plateau in the park and it is now officially the deadliest lightning strike ever recorded.
Bangladesh is a country with a very high population density and people desperately need work. Some people are only being paid $2 a day, which is why many residents attempt to get a job at the aluminum plant which pays $10 a day. Workers who do get hired are required to work 12 hour days and they rarely see their families.