Matrix Recovery will take place this Christmas, continuing the high-end martial arts/cyberpunk adventure that enthralled audiences in the 2000s. The trailer and TV trailer showcase a self-introducing story that’s on the way. in a new direction from the original, but in a classic Matrix style, the brochure is asking a lot of questions and giving us few answers.
One of the more prominent headhunters is how the main characters survive the events of the Matrix Revolution. The trio ends with Trinity dying when their ship crashes, Neo then sacrificing his life to end the war between machines and humans. If you look closely, there are hints in the trailer that their bodies have been resurrected and plugged back in, though the details are still elusive.
Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss did interviews where they reflected on the legacy of The Matrix and what the new film will have to offer. In the meantime, Moss has hinted that some fan requests are unwelcome. When talking about the famous “dodge this” scene where she ended up taking down an agent, she said she was asked to take a photo that recreates it:
“Recently I had someone ask for a photo and they asked if I could do ‘Avoid this,’ I thought about it for a second and said, ‘No.
Her exact reason remains a mystery, though I suppose being asked to pretend to shoot her fan in the head isn’t a great look.
Moss also explained that Reloaded The highway chase is the most dangerous shot she’s ever done, stating that the pressure of riding a motorbike across the street without a helmet and with a passenger is extremely stressful:
“A passenger’s life depends on me being perfect and perfect because I know that if I let my mind doubt for a moment that I might hurt another person, and I kept that in mind. all these days… Keeping that mental absolute was exhausting knowing that I would keep him alive. “
Here’s hoping we can see Trinity kick ass when Matrix Recovery in theaters on December 22.
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