The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Takes Us Back To Where It All Started

The Matrix Resurrections trailer is here – in English and Hindi. (The film will also be released in Tamil and Telugu.) As promised, Warner Bros. unveiled the first full trailer for the fourth Matrix movie, which brings back Keanu Reeves ‘Neo, and Carrie-Anne Moss’ Trinity, who find themselves back in the virtual world that started it all. The Matrix Resurrections trailer shows that Neo and Trinity don’t recognize each other and hints at important roles for Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (who appears to be playing a younger version of Morpheus, though maybe it’s just a similar appearance) and Jessica Henwick (flaunting blue hair and looking completely different from how we know her in Game of Thrones and Iron fist) Matrix Resurrections is coming to HBO Max (US) and theaters (globally) on Christmas week.

Thomas Anderson / Neo (Reeves) is in a therapy session with Neil Patrick Harris at the beginning of the Matrix Resurrections trailer, when he sees a black cat, just like the déjà vu moment in The Matrix. He says he had dreams that weren’t just dreams and wonders if he’s crazy. Patrick Harris says they don’t use that word here. Elsewhere, Neo meets Trinity, but she doesn’t know him, we get a glimpse of Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ character, before Abdul-Mateen II much like Morpheus tells Neo: “Time to fly.” Later, Henwick tells Neo to follow him if he wants the truth (is she in the role of Trinity now?), before they enter through a door and apparently end up in the Matrix.

The Matrix Resurrections Trailer

The Matrix Resurrections Trailer in Hindi

There’s a hands-on fight between Reeves and Abdul-Mateen II that echoes that between Neo and Morpheus from The Matrix, before the Matrix Resurrections trailer kicks into action. We see Agents taking bodies, Neo trapped in a building with sprinklers flowing (again, like in The Matrix), Abdul-Mateen II firing guns, and Trinity’s body in one of those chambers robots built for humans. Henwick performs a lot of cool stunts in the trailer for The Matrix Resurrections, but there’s a showcase for Reeves too, who stops hundreds of bullets and even diverts a rocket to a helicopter. Jonathan Groff ends the Matrix Resurrections trailer with a fourth line of breaking walls: “After all these years, go back to where it all started. Back to the Matrix. ”

Behind the scenes, Lana Wachowski – half of the Wachowskis, who directed the first three films, The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions – returns as director on The Matrix Resurrections. Filmmaker Lily Wachowski is not part of The Matrix Resurrections as she is busy with Work in Progress. Lana is also co-author of the fourth The Matrix film alongside Cloud Atlas author David Mitchell and The Lazarus Project author Aleksandar Hemon, who worked with the Wachowskis towards the end of Sense8. John Toll (Cloud Atlas, Jupiter Ascending) is defined as the director of photography. Joseph Jett Sally (Work in Progress) is the editor. Johnny Klimek and Tom Tykwer (Cloud Atlas, Babylon Berlin) are the composers of The Matrix Revolutions.

Lana is also the producer of the fourth film The Matrix, in addition to Grant Hill and James McTeigue. Bruce Berman, Jesse Ehrman, Garrett Grant, Terry Needham and Michael Salven served as executive producers. Miki Emmrich, Christoph Fisser, Henning Molfenter and Charlie Woebcken are co-producers. The Matrix Resurrections is a production of Village Roadshow Pictures, Wachowskis Productions and Silver Pictures. Matrix Resurrections was filmed in Chicago and San Francisco, and on stages at the Babelsberg Studio in Berlin. Filming was interrupted due to COVID-19, before resuming last August and ending in November.

Matrix Resurrections will be released on December 22 in theaters around the world. In the US, it will also be available on day one on HBO Max (for the first month after release) at no additional cost. In India, the fourth Matrix film will be released in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.


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