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Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss reunite for another edition of the groundbreaking film franchise. Reeves reprises his role as Thomas Anderson (a.k.a. Neo), while Moss gets back into character as Tiffany (a.k.a. Trinity), Jada Pinkett Smith returns as Niobe, and Lambert Wilson is back as The Merovingian.
In the fourth installment of the epic sci-fi series, Anderson (Reeves) is once again unsure of his reality. After seeing a therapist (played by Neil Patrick Harris), Anderson finds himself following the white rabbit once more, but, this time around, the Matrix is stronger and more dangerous than before.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II takes over the role of Morpheus in the latest film, which also features Jessica Henwick, Jonathan Groff, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Christina Ricci.
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“The Matrix Resurrections” marks the final Warner Bros. release to debut in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously. The film, which is directed by Lana Wachowski (who created the original franchise with her sister), will remain on HBO Max for the next 31 days.
Wachowski wrote the script for “The Maxtrix Resurrections” with David Mitchell and Aleksandar Hermon. She also produced the film, alongside James McTeigue and Grant Hill.