The fourth film in The Matrix franchise, The Matrix Resurrections seems to be preparing to be the sequel to the previous three films, but it turns out that may not be exactly the case. The film’s co-writer David Mitchell says that the film is not exactly a sequel in the traditional sense, although it manages to contain the films that preceded it. Mitchell made the claim in an interview with To Vima (via CBR), arguing that The Matrix Resurrections it is “a very beautiful and strange creation”.
“I saw the film in Berlin in September,” Mitchell said. “It’s very good. I can not tell you what the film is about, but I could explain what it is not. It is certainly not yet a sequel, but something autonomous that still contains the three Matrix which preceded in a truly ingenious way. It is a very beautiful and strange creation. He also achieves some things that we do not see in action movies, which means that he breaks the rules of blockbusters “.
Mitchell’s comments are interesting. While not many details of the film have been revealed, but as fans The Matrix The franchise will remember that both Neo and Trinity were killed and the matrix restarted The Matrix revolutions, although Oracle said it thought they would see Neo again. ΤMatrix Resurrections is not a conventional sequel it seems to fit that.
The Matrix Resurrections may also be slightly different from previous franchise films for other reasons. The protagonist Keanu Reeves has hinted in the past that the new franchise film is as much a love story as anything else.
“We have a wonderful writer and director, Lana Wachowski, and she has really written a beautiful, beautiful screenplay that is a love story, it is inspiring, it is another version of a kind of wake-up call and entertainment, great action. And it will all be revealed.” , Reeves previously told the BBC The One Show.
“From visionary director Lana Wachowski comes Matrix Resurrections, the long-awaited fourth film in the groundbreaking franchise that redefined a genre.
The film also stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (o Aquaman franchise) Jessica Henwick (television Iron fist, Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Jonathan Groff (Hamilton, televisions Mindhunter), Neil Patrick Harris (Gone Girl), Priyanka Chopra Jonas (TV Quantico,), Christina Ricci (television Escapeing the Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story, The Lizzie Borden Chronicles), Telma Hopkins (television Dead to me), Eréndira Ibarra (series Sense8, Refractory), Toby Onwumere (television Empire), Max Riemelt (series Sense8), Brian J. Smith (series Sense8, Treadstone), and Jada Pinkett Smith (The Angel Has Fallen, televisions Gotham).
The Matrix Resurrections hits theaters and on HBO Max on December 22nd.
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