With audiences only a month away from the highly anticipated release of The Matrix Resurrections, film co-writer David Mitchell has been pissed off what fans can expect from the next episode.

In In a recent interview, Mitchell stated that the upcoming fourth installment in the sci-fi action franchise is not a remake of what has come before, or just another sequel as the filmmakers seek to undermine the “rules of blockbusters.”

“I saw the film in Berlin in September. It is very good. I can’t tell you what this movie is about, but I could explain what it isn’t. It is certainly no longer a sequel, but something of its own, which, however, contains the three previous matrices in a really ingenious way. It’s a very beautiful and strange creation. It also accomplishes a few things that we don’t see in action films, which means it undermines the rules of blockbusters. “

While the details of the plot are still under wraps, the official trailer suggests that The Matrix Resurrections Neo (Keanu Reeves) follows, who may be trapped in a newer version of The Matrix, where he is reunited with Trinity (Carrie Anne Moss) and a seemingly younger-looking Morpheus (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II).

Twenty years after the first film, the franchise that helped shape pop culture around the turn of the century is back for a sequel and expansion of the original film. The Matrix stays in the zeitgeist as a film that has changed our view of cinema and reality itself. The Matrix has helped pave the way for more films with its groundbreaking action and visual effects. “

The Matrix Resurrections unites director Lana Wachowski with original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss alongside Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman), Jessica Henwick (Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens), Jonathan Groff (Mindhunter), Neil Patrick Harris (Gone Girl), Priyanka Chopra Jonas (Quantico), Christina Ricci (The Addams Family), Telma Hopkins ( Dead to Me), Eréndira Ibarra (Sense8), Toby Onwumere (Empire), Max Riemelt (Sense8), Brian J. Smith (Treadstone) and Jada Pinkett Smith (Angel Has Fallen).

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