If you are still trying to edit the meta thrill ride that The Matrix Resurrections offered, you are not alone. The fourth installment of the legendary movie franchise has left fans shivering in more ways than one. Some are wondering what to do with the new twists and turns of the film and others are wondering what will follow, if nothing else. Fortunately, one of the filmmakers has wondered if we can wait Resurrections to be the beginning of a new trilogy.
Almost 20 years have passed between The Matrix revolutions and its monitoring. Given how ordinary we are all The Matrix is a trilogy, this fourth film has raised as many questions as it has answered – especially around the future of the franchise. In a conversation with Fantango, Matrix Resurrection producer James McTeigue was asked if a reference to a sequel to the film was a harbinger of more films to follow. He had a surprisingly immediate response:
This answer should probably not come as a surprise Matrix fans. McTeigue is not the first person to suggest this Resurrections could be a standalone addition to the movie series. Warner BROS. has been postponed to Lana Wachowski whether there are sequels on the horizon. Wachowski, for her part, has made that clear he did not even plan at first for the creation of the fourth film, so it seems that future installments were not part of her long-term plan.
This does not mean that the door is closed forever to someone else Matrix film. If the inspiration is impressive, it seems that Warner Bros. he will be happy to do it. With another thriving franchise keeping him still busy, Keanu Reeves shows no signs of slowing down. He has shared what he agreed to do The Matrix Resurrections because moved by the story, which focused on the relationship between Neo and Trinity. So all you may need to bring it back is a solid arc of characters.
The last question is whether the fans will join someone else Matrix movie as well. The overall reaction to The Matrix Resurrections has been mixed up so far, with some enjoying its shocking story and cleverly hidden Easter eggs, and others find it an unnecessary addition in the franchise. Resurrections ends in a way that could serve as a fitting conclusion to the series, but also offers enough loose edges to justify a future review.
We just have to wait and see if Lana Wachowski wants to bring us back to the rabbit hole. In the meantime, The Matrix Resurrections plays in theaters and continues on HBO Max.
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