The Matrix Resurrections teaser was released and you guys might have missed very important details in the series of clips. Here are they!
It has apparently revealed a possible reason for Morpheus’ contentious recasting. Laurence Fishburne performed the legendary role in all three acts of the original films. Now Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. is playing the part this time. Although there has been no official explanation for Morpheus’ recasting, the latest teaser suggests that the real Morpheus could have perished.
Whether or not the actual Morpheus is dead, the teasers appear to put to rest the argument that Abdul-Mateen is portraying a younger version of Fishburne’s Morpheus through flashbacks.
Now there’s one more mystery, Some of the film’s figures haven’t all aged as we’d anticipate. Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss both appear to be older. Morpheus by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, on the other side, is visibly younger. Many suggestions have been made as to why the Merovingian seems older while Morpheus appears younger, but the exact reason will obviously be revealed after the film’s release.
And Trinity reappears in the latest clip, revealing that she is still alive, The trailer shows Trinty, like Neo, surviving after his death in the third part, thanks to the use of a life pod.
Also, Jessica Henwick, the Matrix Resurrections actor, explains that she filmed her original short film, Bus Girl, solely on a succession of cellphone cameras. Henwick and a team of roughly 50 individuals shot Bus Girl during a 3-day filming break for the Rian Johnson mystery, with six Xiaomi Mi 11 smartphones in hand. Henwick says that she spent part of her leisure while filming Knives Out 2 scripting, directing, and performing in her own short film. Bus Girl is set in a posh London restaurant and celebrates the skill of cooking, using Henwick’s most recent love with testing new recipes as inspiration.
The Matrix Resurrections Teaser has made us anxious, the movie will be released in cinemas and on HBO Max on December 22!