The Matrix Resurrections – Official Trailer 2

The Matrix Resurrections – Official Trailer 2

Remember what is real. Watch the new trailer for The Matrix Resurrections now – in theaters and on HBO Max 12.22.21. Get tickets: #MatrixMonday #TheMatrix


From visionary filmmaker Lana Wachowski comes “The Matrix Resurrections,” the long-awaited next chapter in the groundbreaking franchise that redefined a genre. The new film reunites original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in the iconic roles they made famous, Neo and Trinity.

In “The Matrix Resurrections,” return to a world of two realities: one, everyday life; the other, what lies behind it. To find out if his reality is a physical or mental construct, to truly know himself, Mr. Anderson will have to choose to follow the white rabbit once more. And if Thomas…Neo…has learned anything, it’s that choice, while an illusion, is still the only way out of—or into—
the Matrix. Of course, Neo already knows what he has to do. But what he doesn’t yet know is the Matrix is stronger, more secure and more dangerous than ever before. Déjà vu.

Reeves reprises the dual roles of Thomas Anderson/Neo, the man once saved from the Matrix to become the savior of humankind, who will once again have to choose which path to follow.
Moss portrays the iconic warrior Trinity… or is she Tiffany, a suburban wife and mother of three with a penchant for superpowered motorcycles?

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (“Candyman,” the “Aquaman” franchise) plays the wise and worldly Morpheus who, as always, serves as a guide to Neo while also fulfilling his own greater purpose on a very singular journey of self-discovery.

Jessica Henwick (TV’s “Iron Fist,” “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens”) plays the hacker Bugs, the proverbial white rabbit on a mission to discover the one who sacrificed himself for humankind–and willing to take any risk necessary in search of the legend she idolizes.

Jonathan Groff (“Hamilton,” TV’s “Mindhunter”), plays Thomas Anderson’s business partner, a slick, confident corporate type with insouciant charm, a disarming smile and an eye on the bottom line–everything Mr. Anderson is not.

Neil Patrick Harris (“Gone Girl”) plays Thomas’ therapist, working closely with his patient to understand the meaning behind his dreams and to distinguish them from reality.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas (TV’s “Quantico”) plays a young woman with a wisdom that belies her years and an ability to see the truth, no matter how murky the waters.

And Jada Pinkett Smith (“Angel Has Fallen,” TV’s “Gotham”) returns as Niobe, the fierce General who once fought for the survival of Zion and who now sees to the welfare of her people with a familiar fire in her eyes, despite a sense of disbelief and suspicion upon Neo’s return.

Lana Wachowski directed from a screenplay by Wachowski & David Mitchell & Aleksandar Hemon, based on characters created by The Wachowskis. The film was produced by James McTeigue, Lana Wachowski and Grant Hill. The executive producers were Garrett Grant, Terry Needham, Michael Salven, Karin Wachowski, Jesse Ehrman and Bruce Berman.

Wachowski’s creative team behind the scenes included “Sense8” collaborators: directors of photography Daniele Massaccesi and John Toll, production designers Hugh Bateup and Peter Walpole, editor Joseph Jett Sally, costume designer Lindsay Pugh, visual effects supervisor Dan Glass, and composers Johnny Klimek and Tom Tykwer.

Warner Bros. Pictures Presents, In Association with Village Roadshow Pictures, In Association with Venus Castina Productions, “The Matrix Resurrections.” The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures. It will be in theaters nationwide and on HBO Max via the Ad-Free plan on December 22, 2021; it will be available on HBO Max in 4K UHD, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos (English only) on supported devices for 31 days from theatrical release.
“The Matrix Resurrections” is rated R for violence and some language.

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46 Responses

  1. The Reel Rejects says:

    I really feel like this will be the most psychologically driven one of the franchise. The first trailer dealt with Neo in therapy, being medicated, depression, supressing the past, this is a journey of acceptance whilst you have a character like Jonathan Groff who seems to be using the past to control. Neo must accept his past so he can have his own future “I don’t believe in fate because I don’t like the idea I’m not in control of my own life.” Whereas Jonathan Groff is a physical representation of “Letting The Past Control You”
    Just a theory lol

  2. FrankValchiria says:

    please be good,please be good.

  3. David Emanuel Rosini says:

    This was a better trailer than the first one. Cautiously optimistic…

  4. Blast says:

    Each trailer gets better which is a good sign! Music is not as good as Don Davis and not having real Morpheus and real Smith is still a drawback but the most important is that Alice here is gonna really spin our heads with this deliciously chaotic plot.

    • Fanchus says:

      Music is not as good? Did you not hear the song is an orchestral rendition of “Wake Up” by Rage Against the Machine from the first movie? I thought that was so incredible.

    • Dominic S. says:

      But smith was destroyed. Sure, he’s a virus but the new smith should be looked at like an upgrade or variant. Same with the oracle. I’m sure Morpheus will have a similar explanation. That he is another person who had the chance to be that person, as Trinity has the chance to be The One.

    • Rusty Mixer says:

      Cuz neo filming same matrix 1 scenes in matrix, thats why new trinity before 360 jump new Smith saying monolgur etc

    • Ronin says:

      Morpheus is dead. He was killed in the matrix video game which is canon to the matrix universe

  5. Andrew Forsyth says:

    This trailer brought tears to my eyes and gave me chills! Please be good! The Matrix is one of my favourite films ever. I don’t want it to be alienated and take away from the origonal trilogy. I’ve waited so long for this 😩.

    • Bruce says:

      They’ll deliver, don’t worry. It’ll at least be as good as one of the sequels. Probably better

    • Burgers&Bibles AEH says:

      I was too! I have a strong feeling it’s going to be the best one since the original

    • Conscious Gentile says:


    • Ilardo Zhejani says:

      Same here! Especially the legendary sound when they show the title at the end.

    • Rio George says:

      @Andrew Forsyth Yes Yes!! I Def agree with u!! I just said the same.. Matrix 1 is an Epic film!! From the trailers so far this looks to be almost as promising!! I really hope this film lives up to hype it’s generating!!? (Fingers crossed 🤞!!) But also what gives me hope is there’s an interview with the lead actors & from the way they spoke on this movie I think this will be a solid film!! aleast that’s my hope!!!

  6. Scenic Fights says:

    2:38 “I still know Kung-Fu” and this is why I’m hyped for Resurrections. Can’t wait to see Matrix fight scenes with 2021 technology.

    • Amuro Ray says:

      @Isty the only golden age of action from the 80’s were the martial arts films I used to watch. Even now, Chinese actors/martial artists do their own stunts along with wire work. The action looks real.

      I watched one of my favorite films from the 80’s which was Total Recall. Dope plot but Arnold’s punches were the fakest thing ever. Choreography nowadays is better than the American films’ actions I used to see. Even with the CGI.

    • Pink Tourist says:

      I dont like extreme effects..

    • Source Awareness says:

      It’s not the CGI, but great story and choreography, to truly make epic fight scenes.

    • Source Awareness says:

      Many Old Jackie Chan movies with NO CGI still outperform most modern Kung Fu scenes.

    • ee e says:

      @Dominik Rain Trailer OST is never movie OST. When will you people learn?

  7. HondEpic says:

    01:25 The music when the action ramps up in this trailer…literal goosebumps, amazing music…elevates the trailer, gosh!

  8. Marco Papavero says:

    That “Mr. Andersoooon” said by the young Smith with the overlap of the old Smith has gave me the chills.

  9. LEAA113 says:

    *1:40** “Because the child is important. I can’t tell you why but I believe that one day, the child will change both our world and your world forever”. -The Oracle, Enter The Matrix*

  10. DanaJamesJones says:

    I don’t know why but seeing Neo fighting for the love of his life, Trinity, after all this time and her knowing they’re meant to be together across all the alternate realities, it just gave me chills. The Matrix is back!

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