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Something happens to Morpheus in the new ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ clip

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Matrix Recovery lands next week, and even after many trailers and trailers, the plot remains a mystery. We don’t know the current state of the Matrix, how Neo and Trinity survived their deaths in Revolution, why the movie seems to purposely tear down the fourth wall, and – perhaps most intriguingly – what happens to Morpheus.

In the original trilogy, Laurence Fishburne made this part iconic, although in this new installment he replaced by Aquaman and The guard Star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. It’s not clear why he’s suddenly so much younger, but in a new clip, it doesn’t seem like Neo is particularly happy to see him:

The most popular fan theory is that this new version is an AI clone of Morpheus designed to manipulate Neo. A shot in the first trailer appears to show him being made by machines, and there’s an air of malice and malice towards the character in all of the footage we’ve seen.

What the machines want with Neo is anyone’s guess, though it looks like we’ll see him torn between his half-forgotten past as ‘The Only One’ and his present existence. at his much calmer. I suspect the key to this is Carrie-Anne Moss ‘Trinity,’ who will be able to see through this ‘other Morpheus’ due to her long history with him.

Right now, it looks like Fishburne isn’t in Revival (Morpheus originally died in a canon MMO), but I wouldn’t rule out a surprise appearance from him. Even if he doesn’t come back, it seems many clips about Matrix will be playing for our characters with him, so Fishburne is more than just a memory.

All of this will (hopefully) be debunked on December 22, when Matrix Recovery in theaters and HBO Max.

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