Today the first full trailer for The Matrix Resurrections landed today giving fans a first proper at The Matrix 4. Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss return in the new sci-fi epic. But now a new report claims the film’s ending is setting up a sequel. WARNING: POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD.
According to Giant Freakin Robot’s trusted and proven sources, the final scene of The Matrix Resurrections features Neo and Trinity.
Reeves and Moss’ characters are talking to Neil Patrick Harris’ character and tell him that a new battle is about to beginning.
The outlet was unable to confirm whether or not this was the final scene or actually an end credits scene.
Whatever the case, the outlet’s insider confirmed this was intentionally setting up The Matrix 5.
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The Matrix Resurrections is shrouded in secrecy, with today’s trailer showing Reeves play a character called Thomas, who may actually be Neo.
Fans will know Neo and Trinity perished in The Matrix Revolutions, so how they’re back is anyone’s guess.
While even more confusing is Yahya Abdul-Mateen II playing what appears to be a young Morpheus.
Lana Wachowski has returned to direct The Matrix Resurrections, after helming the 1999 original and 2003 sequels. Although sibling Lilly isn’t joining this time.
Meanwhile, Jada Pinkett Smith is returning in her original trilogy role as Niobe.
The Matrix Resurrections includes new cast members too from Jonathan Groff to Priyanka Chopra.
And while we’ve had a first proper look at Neil Patrick Harris’ psychiatrist, perhaps there’s more to him than meets the eye.
While The Matrix Resurrections also features Neil Patrick Harris, Jonathan Groff and Priyanka Chopra in unknown roles.
Praising The Matrix Resurrections script last year, Reeves told Empire: “Lana Wachowski wrote a beautiful script and a wonderful story that resonated with me. That’s the only reason to do it. To work with her again is just amazing.
It’s been really special, and the story has, I think, some meaningful things to say, and that we can take some nourishment from.”
The Matrix Resurrections hits cinemas on December 22, 2021.
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