"The Matrix Resurrections" -first look
One of these is the release of the highly anticipated “The Matrix Resurrection”, where Warner Bros introduces the characters from the film for the first time on an innovative website. Per Race, on the fan interaction website WhatIsTheMatrix.com, Yusuf was greeted with the simple choice, first introduced in The Matrix in 1999: take the blue pill and stick to the reality you've known all your life; Click on the red pill and say you are ready to see the change in history. Every choice users make gives them two different angles on the seemingly central story of "The Matrix Resurrection".
As part of the teaser revealed by exhibitors at CinemaCon in August, Neo (Keanu Reeves) returns to the Matrix, takes blue pills, and sees a therapist played by Neil Patrick Harris, a man who invented Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Neo lives inside and lets him see that his reality is just a mirage. Users switching to the blue pill will hear a voice from Harris that says: “ you have lost a capacity to discern reality from fiction”. “ anything else is just your mind playing tricks on you”.
Harris reads aloud before asking the user to accept that reality is real as the current time flashes on the screen; Variation reported.
Meanwhile, users who clicked on the red pill heard Abdul Mateen's voice, which they thought was the current moment - read aloud again “ that couldn’t be further from the truth”.
Depending on the variety, both options allow the user to see quick shots of the upcoming movie. Each time a user clicks on a sequence, it changes slightly. Key photos revealed include Neo swallowing a blue pill as a much older man appears in his reflection; the characters of Abdul-Mateen looking at each other in the mirror; A new character, played by Games of Thrones actress Jessica Henwick, who appears to be another machine-fighting soldier; The character played by Jonathan Groff appears to be going through the early stages of the same reaction to the red pill that Neo experienced in the first film. The fourth film in the Matrix franchise, directed by Lana Wachowski, hits theatres on December 22 and on HBO Max. It is not yet known when the trailer will appear on social media. Clips for the trailer were aired and reported by Theatrical Deadline. Lana directed and wrote the first three episodes of The Matrix with her sister Lillg Wachowski. The film also stars Jada Pinkett Smith, Priyanka Chopras Jonas, Jonathan Groff, Jesscia Henwick, Telma Hopkins, Erendira Ibarra, Toby Onwumere, Max Riemelt, Christina Ricci and Brian J Smith. The trailer for the film will be released on Thursday, September 9.
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