‘The Matrix: Resurrections’ trailer reveals Keanu Reeves return as Neo for the primary time in a long time
Followers of the “Matrix” franchise received their first trailer for the extremely anticipated fourth installment, appropriately titled “Matrix: Resurrections,” on Thursday.
Warner Bros. beforehand teased the trailer’s launch after first debuting footage from the extremely anticipated film at CinemaCon in August. The trailer sees Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss return to the world created by the Wachowski sisters for the primary time because the third film premiered in 2003.
The trailer, which earned greater than 5 million views within the first few hours following its launch, teases the continued story of Thomas Anderson, higher referred to as Neo. Each he and his former love, Trinity, look like again in The Matrix, a pc simulation managed by machines designed to maintain humanity at bay.
Nevertheless, this time round they haven’t any recollection of their previous as freedom fighters in opposition to the machines. Though remnants are clearly nonetheless in Anderson’s head as he unpacks his desires with a therapist performed by Neil Patrick Harris. The motion unfolds within the teaser displaying beautiful visuals and a dramatic, reality-bending return to the world of “The Matrix” all set to Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit.”
WARNER BROS. ANNOUNCES ‘MATRIX 4’ STARRING KEANU REEVES, CARRIE-ANNE MOSS
Keanu Reeves in “The Matrix.”
The movie additionally affords a take a look at new solid members equivalent to Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Jonathan Groff. Different stars embody Jessica Henwick, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Christina Ricci.
The Hollywood Reporter notes that Jada Pinkett Smith can even reprise her position from the franchise alongside Reeves and Moss.
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Author and director Lana Wachowski co-wrote and co-directed the unique “Matrix” trilogy together with her sister Lilly. The sequence contains 1999’s “The Matrix,” “The Matrix Reloaded” and “The Matrix Revolutions” — each launched in 2003. The “Matrix” franchise hasn’t seen one other launch since “The Matrix Trilogy” was up to date for 4K viewing in 2018.
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The fourth installment was slated for a Might 2021 debut, although manufacturing was halted as a precaution in the course of the outbreak of coronavirus, so the date could also be topic to alter.