'The Matrix Revolutions'
Jada Pinkett Smith is bad and back with a vengeance as the notorious Niobe in "The Matrix Revolutions." "Extra" hooked up with Pinkett Smith where she talked life, love, her new movie, and her main man.
The star told "Extra" how her famous husband, Will, tried to muscle his way in and convince people let him be in the "Matrix." She says, "He was like, ‘Well tell them maybe I could be an agent or something,’ and I was like, 'Make your own meeting for that, this is about Mama right now.'"
And while Will didn't make it into the movie, he and Jada learned the real meaning of "The Matrix." Pinkett Smith says, "The concept of harmony and the necessity of evil and good for balance."
Pinkett Smith knows the true meaning of balance. She has managed to pull off producing a TV show, producing videos, and acting. But she says, "I found my limit. A couple of weeks ago I really thought I was going to have to put myself in the hospital. I was very tired, dehydrated, and I had just had enough."
But it seems Pinkett Smith is invincible. She will be costarring in the upcoming thriller "Collateral" with Tom Cruise. She says, "He's full of electricity, and you just feed off of it. I can't even imagine when you're sitting eye to eye with him."
"The Matrix Revolutions" comes full circle November 5th. And Will gave it two big thumbs up. Pinkett Smith says, "That movie was brilliant."