The matrix is changing. That’s undeniably from the latest trailer for Matrix Recovery, takes the viewer on a quick journey through the Matrix of the past and the future. It also tells viewers tickets are available for the December 22 release starting December 6.
A voice said: “A deja vu is often a glitch in the Matrix,” a voice said as Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” played in the background. A black cat crosses Neo’s path, just like it did in the original, 1999 Matrix. The voiceover reminds viewers that “it happens when they change something”.
From there, the trailer moves through a series of Star Wars saga–avoid going sideways, transitioning between the past and the upcoming movie. Viewers see the real world of machines, with Neo plugged into the shells that have trapped humanity. There are great jumps, bullets, quick shots of fan favorites like Seraph and Smith, an updated version of Smith’s mouth-removing tip from the first movie, long scenes looking down at the action. lang to prepare for a fight, Neo and Trinity put on sunglasses, and Soon.
Some of these characters look quite different from when they first appeared. The biggest change may come to The Merovingian’s form, which is sometimes mentioned in Reload Matrix like the French. One of the oldest shows in The Matrix, he’s best remembered for his decadence, a lengthy speech about causation, and his marriage to Monica Bellucci’s Persephone.
But the best glimpses here reveal a very different look: disheveled, shabby, surrounded by nothing good (or Monica Bellucci, for that matter). It’s too early to know exactly what will happen to The Merovingian, but it looks like everyone’s favorite French-language computer program could just be used to change the scene.
A new one Weekly entertainment The cover story goes even deeper into the “change”, both in terms of what to expect from the new film and what has been changed in the old film. Keanu Reeves recalls an early draft of the original screenplay of the first film, in which a character entered the Matrix world as a person of the opposite sex, adding credence to the idea that Matrix at least partially about the conversion experience. “I don’t think the studio is ready for that,” he guessed.
There are also tidbits about the challenges of modern filmmaking. Franchise newcomer Jessica Henwick has been ripped off by Disney and Warner Bros. forced to choose between Revival and Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. She said: “It was the red pill/blue pill moment and obviously chose to chase down the rabbit hole.
New Morpheus, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, spoke to Wired about working with Lana Wachowski. “She is the only director I have ever worked with who would take the camera from the DP or the operator and shoot the film herself. She’s right there, damn near inside the movie. She really puts her muscles and her sweat into it,” he said, also mentioning that it feels like Wachowski is doing “his artwork for one’s audience, that is what it is.” her, and then trust that there will be cravings”.
Between the two stories, let’s continue Matrix Recovery It seems to be both intense and comforting. In the EW story, Carrie Anne-Moss talks about having “a lot of obstacles to overcome” when working on a scene where she and Reeves jump out of a 40-story building, and Reeves mentions that if two stars are present in any given scene, “it’s not a stuntman”, suggesting that there are more complicated scenes that professionals would be involved in. .
But on the other hand, Reeves said Wachowski was “more interested in doing than in practice” and that the cast “barely rehearsed, if at all.”
Back in 1999, Agent Smith told Morpheus that “The future is our world… the future is our time.” Now the future is here.
https://www.polygon.com/22812036/matrix-resurrections-trailer-neo-trinity-change-plot Matrix Resurrections trailer promises big changes for Keanu’s Neo