The Matrix: Resurrections Title Confirmed And Trailer Description

The Matrix: Resurrection Trailer

Though this one had leaked some time ago The Matrix: Resurrections is officially the title of The Matrix 4. There is also a trailer description below.  The Announcement came yesterday from WB at their CinemaCon presentation. The first trailer was shown to the crowds of fans. Sadly, as yet WB has not made the trailer available online, though it’s expected sometime soon.

As is usual with these promotions, we have a trailer description. This is exactly why I dislike the idea of showing a trailer at a convention and not then releasing it online later that same day. Instead of the 99.9% of the World’s population who were not in attendance watching later, we have to read it. Honestly, for me, it just totally takes away the excitement of the first watch. Studios don’t want trailer leaks, just release them the week they are complete. It’ll never happen again. I know WB and others want to use CinemaCon as a promotional tool, but the exclusivity of it is frankly ludicrous. I say this as someone who has zero chance of ever being at one of these events, so perhaps it’s our grapes on my part?

Check out the trailer description below. The one I used was from ScreenRant, though, there are alternatives.

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“The new trailer opens in San Francisco, with Neo now going by the name of Thomas and seemingly unaware of who he is. Neil Patrick Harris plays his therapist and a brief scene of Neo as Thomas is shown in a therapy session. Neo says, “I’ve had dreams that don’t seem like dreams. Am I crazy?” before he has flashbacks to events of the original trilogy.The trailer also expands on the initial footage of Trinity and Neo meeting, but this time, they don’t seem to know each other even though they think they do. Trinity asks Neo as Thomas, “Have we met?”

The trailer then shifts into montage mode, with Neo observing day-to-day life in the Matrix’s version of San Francisco. Finally, Mateen shows up and he looks like a young Morpheus, saying, “Time to fly,” before offering Neo a red pill and a blue pill. Then, another young woman with blue hair takes Neo through a mirror, showing him the Matrix.

Another scene sees young Morpheus and Neo fighting before Neo breaks the dojo room with his powers. The trailer also shows that the machine pods are back, as are agents, and the franchise’s signature action. Trinity can be seen fighting police officers and agents at one point before the clip ends with Neo pulling his signature move, stopping bullets with his mind, before he redirects an entire missile at a helicopter.”


This all seems a little, well familiar doesn’t it. Are there any surprises here. So, Neo comes back again, but for what reason? And whilst Neo coming back is actually guaranteed by the Universe’s own logic, why would Trinity return. Finally, why the hell would Morpheus be young? This one really is confusing and yet, seems to follow the formula of the first movie a lot. Can they really tell a satisfying sequel in one movie when the original took three? Actually, I used to skip so many section of those awful sequels that you can easily make one half decent 3-hour movie out of them both.

I have a hard time buying that this will all work out. I’m sure the action scenes will be cool, but will the plot be engaging at all? Guess we shall have to wait and see for now.

What do you think of The Matrix: Resurrections as a title, and the trailer description? Take the red pill below.


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