Friday, September 24

Warner Releases The First Trailer For The Matrix Resurrections | Digital Trends Spanish

This Thursday, September 9, Warner Bros released the long-awaited first trailer for The Matrix: Resurrections, the fourth film in the successful saga of the Wachowski sisters.

This release has caused excitement among fans because, until now, we did not know many details about the film.

The bad news is that the trailer does not provide many ideas about the story line that the film will address. In fact, the trailer could be the same record released exclusively for those who attended CinemaCon a few weeks ago.

Anyway, the trailer shows Neo, again played by Keanu Reeves, back in the Matrix. However, the main character of the film seems to have no memories of what happened previously, and describes very realistic dreams.

The sneak peek gets weirder when Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) appears, who is supposed to have passed away at the end of the original trilogy.

Neither character seems to recognize each other, but both exhibit a kind of familiarity, which could bring them closer together.

Then it can be seen that Neo apparently recovers his abilities and is even capable of acquiring new ones.

The trailer also points to viewers’ nostalgia, because it shows old characters, such as Morpheo, now played by actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.

Other new actors in the film and making appearances in the trailer include Neil Patrick Harris (How I met your mother), Priyanka Chopra (Quantico), Jessica Henwick (Game of Thrones, Iron Fist) and Jonathan Groff (Frozen, Glee).

The Matrix: Resurrections It should be released in theaters at the end of the year in the United States. It should also hit the HBO Max platform.

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