As “Matrix: Resurrections” is approaching theatrical release, Warner Bros. released a video in which the cast reflects on the “Matrix” trilogy.
The theatrical release of “Matrix: Resurrections” is getting closer and Warner Bros. is beating the drum. After the first trailer was unveiled about a month ago, the cast of the fourth branch now gathered to look back on the “Matrix” trilogy in a YouTube video.
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While Keanu Reeves, Carie-Anne Moss and Jada Pinkett Smith appeared again as long-established “Matrix” veterans under the direction of Lana Wachowski, the newcomers like Jessica Henwick from “Marvel’s Iron Fist” add “How I Met Your Mother “star Neil Patrick Harris and Jonothan Groff, whom you may know from” Mindhunter “, the actors. Together, the Hollywood stars are now devoting themselves to their audience and telling what the previous “Matrix films” mean for them. Here are some of the things Keanu Reeves says:
“While we were doing the first ‘Matrix’, I felt that this project went beyond me, it was something big. The ambition of this thought … you will hear the sentences ‘Matrix changed my life’ and I want to say to you: Thank you, it changed mine too. “
The idea of letting the stars reflect on the “Matrix” trilogy is not a bad move at all. Because as you can guess in the recently released trailer, “Matrix: Resurrections” builds its narrative on the legacy of the first “Matrix” film from 1999. In the video below you can see what the stars have to say about the trilogy.
A new Morpheus in “Matrix: Resurrections”
Stuntman Daniel Bernhardt and actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II also speak in the video. Bernhardt was already responsible for the stunts in the two sequels “Matrix: Reloaded” and “Matrix: Revolutions” and recently worked with Keanu Reeves on the action sequences for the “John Wick” films. Yaha Abdul-Mateen II, on the other hand, follows in the footsteps of Laurence Fishburne and takes on the role of Morpheus. The change in actors made the Internet wonder about the role of Morpheus. Numerous fans asked themselves whether Neo’s old teacher had disappeared or even died or whether the change of actors within the film universe was not even illuminated. At the December 22, 2021 starts “Matrix: Resurrections” in the cinemas and will ultimately provide the answer to this question.
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