A few weeks before the planned theatrical release, there’s finally a new trailer for “Matrix Resurrections” and it’s causing a lot of problems.
After more than 20 years, it comes with “Resurrection MatrixTo see Neo (Keanu Reeves) and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) again. With Lana Wachowski, at least one director of the ‘Matrix’ trilogy will be returning to the director’s chair. Now the latest trailer proves that this return to the Matrix should cause quite a few déjà-vus. Because the similarities with the original movie were pointed out, which were apparently scattered in great numbers over Part 4. Of course the black cat shouldn’t be missing from the keyword “déjà-vu”:
In addition to what seems like a special festival for the first part, the latest trailer for “Matrix Resurrections” gives us a number of interesting ideas. We see more of Neo in the real world, a massive battle scene with the machines, it looks like Neo must fend for himself in the Matrix against an outside gang.
But the parallels with the first movie also offer some great insights, as the roles are often shown reversed. This time the character played by Jonathan Groff (“Mindhunter”), who is possibly an agent, has a sewn mouth; Although this seems to cause him far fewer problems than Mr. Anderson originally did. At another moment, an old client scene appears alongside that of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (“Candyman”) playing at least one version of Morpheus. However, this mysterious Morpheus also has the optical properties of the factor – sunglasses, button in the ear, suit.
In preparation for ‘Matrix 4’ you can watch the first three movies (again) on Amazon Prime
We won’t find out what it’s all about until it’s released in cinemas. You can pass the time until then with the first trailer, which already revealed a lot about the fourth part of the series:
This is what the trailer for ‘Matrix Resurrections’ told us
As the teaser for “Matrix Resurrections” revealed, characters Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (“Candyman”) and Neil Patrick Harris (“How I Met Your Mother”) will face each other to convince Neo that their interpretation of reality is correct. While Harris’ character is a psychiatrist who prescribes Neo the well-known blue pill we already know from the movies, Morpheus’ remake probably wants to bring the truth back to Neo.
Although Neo and Trinity die at the end of “Matrix: Revolutions”, they both appear in “Matrix 4”. However, it seems that they have forgotten their common experiences and are getting to know each other again. Fans of the “Matrix” films will know, however, that this supposed paradox fits into the world. After all, the matrix of the same name continues to go through new cycles and the world begins again. You can take a more in-depth look at the trailer and preview the movie thanks to our video:
How the story of Neo and Trinity will continue and how the events fit into the legends of the movies, we learn from December 23, 2021If “Matrix Resurrections” is to be shown in German cinemas.
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