The new installment of the Matrix trilogy trailer is here, the Matrix Resurrection and it brings in old Neo and Trinity along with some new faces.

The much-awaited trailer of the next installment of the franchise The Matrix, Matrix Resurrection is here. And we’re taken back to the same world with Neo with a different look though. While our beloved older faces remain, some new ones are added to this installment. The trailer is quite thrilling and filled with fights, pills, blue and red specs, patent Matrix visuals, Neo and Trinity. But all’s not the same as before! Something has changed and hence the journey will ensue.

There’s a dialogue in the trailer, “After all, this is going back to where it all started, going back to the Matrix!” and it seems like Wachowski is ready to take fans back into the super sci-fi world of the Matrix. But a lot has changed since. Neo is resurrected but doesn’t remember a thing and hence goes on a journey. With an explanatory background score, he goes through dreams, blue and red pills, and specs, mirrors, rabbits, therapists, and book store owners, and of course a lot of action and science. He also meets up with Trinity but the both of them don’t seem to remember each other at first. The biggest change though is the color tone of this resurrected Matrix, it’s not the same as the green one from earlier. This time the film has a more yellowish tone that looks like the sun is shining. What each of these things means and how the story unfolds is something we’ll only know on December 22, 2021.

The trailer has already generated quite a buzz and various theories have started pouring in. While we can’t wait to watch this new installment of the Matrix, we’re super excited about Priyanka Chopra Jonas being a part of this humongous franchise. It also has a stellar star cast including Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Daniel Bernhardt, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lambert Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Neil Patrick Harris, Jonathan Groff, Andrew Caldwell, Jessica Henwick, Christina Ricci, and many more.

Produced, co-written, and directed by Lana Wachowski, it resurrects the world of the Matrix. But is it as successful as the previous franchise films? Guess we’ll only know on December 22 on HBO Max and theatres!

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