After giving us The Matrix trilogy, their follow-up films have not quite generated the same level of notoriety nor basked in the same level of success at the box office.
Their last major outing, Cloud Atlas in 2012, starring Tom Hanks and Halle Berry, made a disappointing $130 million and was not entirely well received by critics or cinema-going audiences alike.
Jupiter Ascending, starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum, was pulled from last summer's blockbuster roster, as the sibling directors felt the special effects scenes did not meet the level of quality they sought to put forth. Now with a Feb. 6 release date, how will it fare against the Oscar-nominated films contending for this year's coveted awards?
Do you still believe the Wachowskis can capture audiences' attention as they once did?