First look of The Matrix Resurrections unveiled before trailer release

Warner Bros has launched an innovative website in whop of the release of the first trailer for The Matrix Resurrections. The interactive website- ‘’ features widely divergent first squint of the newest installment of the 22-year-old franchise.

First squint of The Matrix Resurrections unveiled surpassing trailer release

The users are greeted with the simple nomination first presented in 1999’s The Matrix. Click on the undecorous pill, and stick to the reality you’ve known your whole life; click on the red pill, and signal that you’re ready to see how deep the rabbit slum goes. Each nomination presents users with two variegated angles on what appears to be the inside story in Resurrections (as first teased to exhibitors during CinemaCon in August).

Keanu Reeves’ Neo is when inside the Matrix, taking undecorous pills and seeing a therapist played by Neil Patrick Harris, until a man portrayed by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II steps into Neo’s life and gets him to see that his reality is just a mirage. Users who click on the undecorous pill hear a voiceover by Harris’ weft saying, “you’ve lost your topics to discern reality from fiction,” surpassing urging the user to winnow that their reality is real, as the current time flashes on the screen and Harris reads it aloud, saying, “anything else is just your mind playing tricks on you.”

Users who click on the red pill hear Abdul-Mateen’s voice telling them that while they believe it’s the current time again, with Abdul-Mateen eerily reading the time aloud “that couldn’t be remoter from the truth.” In both the scenarios, each time a user clicks on a pill, the footage changes slightly as a series of quick-cut shots from “Resurrections” flashes on the screen.

Some of the shots include: Reeves’ Neo swallowing a undecorous pill while a much older, balder man appears in his reflection, a shot of Neo’s pill bottle, prescribed to his Matrix yo-yo ego Thomas Anderson. The medication is tabbed “Ontolofloxin,” a clever tweak on the franchise’s exploration of ontology, i.e. the nature of being. Abdul-Mateen’s weft staring at himself in the mirror. Abdul-Mateen’s weft materializing out of…something…somewhere…somehow. A new weft played by Jessica Henwick (“Game of Thrones”), who appears to be flipside soldier in the fight versus the machines. A man who appears to be Neo taking a terrifying step off a very tall building, in what seems to be a test of his reality.

Co-written, and directed by Lana Wachowski, Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Jada Pinkett Smith reprise their roles from previous films in the series, where they are joined by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jessica Henwick, Jonathan Groff, Neil Patrick Harris, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Christina Ricci. The mucosa will be a joint production by Village Roadshow Pictures and Venus Castina Productions and is scheduled to be released by Warner Bros. Pictures theatrically on December 22, 2021. It will moreover stream digitally on the ad-free tier of HBO Max in the United States for a month whence on that same date.

Also Read: Keanu Reeves & Priyanka Chopra starrer Matrix 4 titled The Matrix: Resurrections; Warner Bros. premiere first trailer at CinemaCon


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