The Matrix was an immediate box office hit upon its release in March 1999, quickly grabbing the public's imagination and its movie-going dollars. Together with its two sequels, it has grossed in excess of $2.5 billion, making it one of the most lucrative film franchises in cinematic history.
Stewart's case was dismissed in June 2005 when she failed to show up for a preliminary hearing of her case. In a 53-page ruling, Judge Margaret Morrow of the Central District Court of California dismissed the suit, saying Stewart and her attorneys had not entered any evidence to bolster its key claims or demonstrated any striking similarity between her work and the accused directors' films. As of this writing, Stewart's case is no longer before the courts. She has announced that she does not plan to let the matter drop, so possibly this case could someday be re-filed and heard, but for now it is over.
After a 15 year battle in Matrix and Terminator Lawsuit, Sophia Stewart finally gets her day in court again on June 25, 2014 in the Tenth Circuit United States District Court of Utah.
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