The Matrix Resurrections

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‘The Matrix Resurrections’ Reveals Innovative First Look at Keanu Reeves, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II​


In advance of the launch of the first trailer for “The Matrix Resurrections” on Thursday, Warner Bros. has launched an innovative website featuring an interactive and widely divergent first look at the newest installment in the 22-year-old franchise.

At WhatIsTheMatrix.com, users are greeted with the simple choice first presented in 1999’s “The Matrix”: Click on the blue pill, and stick to the reality you’ve known your whole life; click on the red pill, and signal that you’re ready to see how deep the rabbit hole goes.

In the context of the teaser, each choice presents users with two different angles on what appears to be the central story in “Resurrections” (as first teased to exhibitors during CinemaCon in August). Keanu Reeves’ Neo is back inside the Matrix, taking blue pills and seeing a therapist played by Neil Patrick Harris, until a man portrayed by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II steps into Neo’s life and gets him to see that his reality is just a mirage.





 

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I hope it's good. I wonder if some of the characters are younger versions from the other movies. For instance the Oracle and Morpheus?
 

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Funny, because the last Matrix movie was probably worse than the last Police Academy movie ;)
You can't declare something dead until fans stop going. We have not seen that yet.
 

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So the Transformer franchise is alive and kicking for you? Sorry, but for me, the Matrix franchise is long, long done. I declare it dead. The fans can do as they like :)
That's not how it works. I might not like it....yes the Transformer franchise sucks....but I can't call it dead. As long as people keep flocking to something that is the opposite of dead regardless of how I feel about it.
 
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