Image: Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. has shared another official, full-length trailer for its heavily anticipated Matrix sequel, The Matrix Resurrections.

Matrix fans who’d prefer to plug into the film fresh when it drops on December 22 might want to avoid this one, as there’s quite a bit of new footage, but it’s an exciting watch for those who’d like a clear peek at how the aesthetics and special effects of the franchise have evolved since the original trilogy. The trailer even revisits one of Neo’s most iconic lines from the original 1999 film: “I know kung fu.”

Warner Bros.’ has also shared a new and lengthier synopsis for the film:

In “The Matrix Resurrections,” return to a world of two realities: one, everyday life; the other, what lies behind it. To find out if his reality is a physical or mental construct, to truly know himself, Mr. Anderson will have to choose to follow the white rabbit once more. And if Thomas…Neo…has learned anything, it’s that choice, while an illusion, is still the only way out of—or into—the Matrix. Of course, Neo already knows what he has to do. But what he doesn’t yet know is the Matrix is stronger, more secure and more dangerous than ever before. Déjà vu.

Reeves reprises the dual roles of Thomas Anderson/Neo, the man once saved from the Matrix to become the savior of humankind, who will once again have to choose which path to follow. Moss portrays the iconic warrior Trinity… or is she Tiffany, a suburban wife and mother of three with a penchant for superpowered motorcycles?

The Matrix Resurrections will be released in theaters and HBO Max on December 22.

Source: Warner Bros.

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4 Comments

  1. I have a really bad feeling about this. Discount Morpheus, discount agent Smith, and I don’t think Anybody ever wanted to see granny Trinity and grandpa Neo.

  2. Yeah, I’m on the fence for this one. I really loved the 1st one and saw it twice in the theater which was really rare for me even back then when I still went to theaters. The 2nd and 3rd movies left me feeling ‘meh’ with the franchise even though I did want to know more about the backstory which is kind of what they were meant for. By the time we got to the 3rd it just felt like they were cramming whatever was popular into it to fill the time. That orgy/rave sequence still makes me do a facepalm. I can honestly say I’ve never re-watched any of them in the last 10+ years. However, I did like Animatrix. I also loved Joe Pantoliano’s character as he was showing up in a lot of projects back then.

  3. [QUOTE=”MadMummy76, post: 44752, member: 1298″]
    I don’t think Anybody ever wanted to see granny Trinity
    [/QUOTE]
    IDK, if she wants to spank me and call me a naughty boy she’s still got it.

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