It’s nearly right here. Forward of The Matrix Resurrections‘ December 22 premiere in theaters and on HBO Max, Warner Bros. has debuted a teaser poster for Lana Wachowski’s new movie, and revealed that the primary official teaser will debut on Thursday, Sept. 9. There’s additionally a promotional web site with (no joke) 180,000 teaser movies: WhatIsTheMatrix.com.
The minimalist teaser poster reveals the franchise’s iconic purple and blue tablets, with the tagline “The selection is yours.”
It additionally lists the web site WhatIsTheMatrix.com, which was initially launched when the primary Matrix film premiered again in 1999. Up till at the moment, the web site hadn’t been up to date because the unique trilogy was launched in 4K in 2018. However now guests can resolve between the purple capsule and the blue capsule, similar to Thomas Anderson (Keanu Reeves), aka Neo, did within the first movie.
After you select, a press launch reveals that the web site “will render one in every of over 180,000 distinctive teaser movies attainable primarily based on the capsule chosen and time of day.” Every clip contains unique film footage, which is certain to whet your urge for food earlier than the trailer arrives on Thursday.
Crimson capsule footage contains narration from Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s character, who guarantees the world isn’t what it appears as one clip reveals his character battling Neo in a dojo. The blue capsule contains narration from fellow new forged member Neil Patrick Harris, who explains that you just’re right here since you’re struggling to inform reality from fiction. Reduce to a scene of Neo attempting to determine what’s actual and what’s not.
The Matrix Resurrections will deliver again unique Matrix stars Reeves and Carrie Anne-Moss, with the addition of characters performed by Abdul-Mateen II, Jessica Henwick, Neil Patrick Harris, Jonathan Groff, Christina Ricci, and extra. If it is a simulation, we’re fortunate to be in it!
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