announcement of the fourth matrix The movie came so suddenly that it’s hard to believe it’s actually happening. Now titled The Matrix: Resurrection, many are no doubt as to why the franchise is being brought back after all this time, and now star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has drawn comparisons to the surprising sequel’s “new perspective”. is teased. Matrix 4 for his most recent venture candy Man.
“It’s not much different. They’re both classics that people love. They come with high expectations of excellence, and audiences can’t wait to see them. And it’s nice to be a part of it. Of course, they get along too.” Come the opportunity to add your own spin to the moments and characters. And we’re looking forward to doing the same with matrix the way we did with him candy Man. All this is an opportunity to tell fresh new stories and change the narrative and add a fresh perspective on it.”
Thanks to the Matrix 4 footage shown at CinemaCon, we now have a better idea of this “new perspective.” The debut of a trailer for the aptly named Matrix Resurrection, the footage re-introduces the audience to Neo, played once again by Keanu Reeves. Back in the simulated world of The Matrix, Neo is now visited by Thomas, and is describing his dreams to a physician, played by Neil Patrick Harris. Am I crazy?”, he asks Harris’ character.
Neo then moves to Trinity, a role reprized by Carrie-Anne Moss, and until they recognize each other, they know they have some sort of connection. this is when Yahya Abdul-Mateen II appears, and while the details of his character remain a mystery, footage further hints that the actor is playing a younger version of Laurence Fishburne’s character, Morpheus.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II was asked if he was “playing a new character, or a version of someone we already know in The Matrix?” To which he slyly replied, “The Matrix?” Yep, I think you’re breaking a little. Suddenly, I can’t hear you so well. Rumors have circulated for some time claiming that Abdul-Mateen II will play “a younger version of Morpheus in the film” and specifically “a digital version of that character”.
What we do know is that Abdul-Mateen will put Keanu Reeves through his paces as one again, just like before. math question. In fact, the dojo fight scene between the pair in the footage gets teased even more, before Neo intercepts bullets and even a missile from his brain.
Matrix Resurrection Village Roadshow Pictures is a joint production by Wachowski Productions and Silver Pictures and is scheduled for theatrical release on December 22, 2021, by Warner Bros. It will also stream digitally for a month on HBO Max in the United States. same date.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II can currently be seen in director Nia DaCosta’s candy Man, which begins thirty years after the events of the first film and stars Teyona Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett and Coleman Domingo. Vanessa Williams, Tony Todd and Virginia Madsen who reprise their roles from the 1992 original. It comes to us courtesy of Variety.
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