‘Matrix 4’ reveals action scenes

The final trailer for “The Matrix: Resurrections” reveals a series of action scenes of Keanu Reeves and co-star Carrie-Anne Moss when returning to the Matrix.

On December 7, the publisher released the final trailer for Matrix 4, blockbuster marks the return of Keanu Reeves as Neo after nearly two decades. The video reveals a series of action scenes between humans and the army of artificial intelligence. Audiences encounter familiar footage of the brand The Matrix such as using bare hands to block the bullet’s path, moving through the real – virtual dimensions…

Trailer “The Matrix: Resurrections”. Video: CGV

The producer revealed that the action in the film will be built on a larger scale, bringing the stature of a great war between humans and AI with a series of explosions and heavy weapons.

The nearly three-minute video also reveals more details in the script than previous trailers. In the present, Neo (played by Reeves) has returned to being a programmer Thomas Anderson like before entering the Matrix. However, he constantly experiences hallucinations of the past in the virtual universe. This gradually confuses the character, no longer distinguishing between real and virtual.

To find the answer, Anderson traces the fragmentary memory. He reunites with his former teammate Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss), who is now a mother of three living in the suburbs. The two are drawn back to the Matrix but may be separated again. At the end of the trailer, Trinity tells Neo: “My dream ends here”.

Lana Wachowski, the author of the first three parts, continues to hold the director’s chair. Her older sister Lilly did not participate in the project because she was busy producing another series. Lana Wachowski wrote the screenplay with David Mitchell and Aleksandar Hemon.

Series The Matrix first released in 1999, is considered a monument in the science fiction line. The scenario revolves around the character Neo, trapped in a virtual world known as the Matrix. The film won four Oscars in 2000 in the categories of visual effects, editing, sound and sound. Parts two and three – The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions – were released in 2003, bringing total revenue to more than 1.6 billion USD.

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