The trailer for The Matrix: Resurrections He arrived a few days ago to turn all social networks upside down. Again we have the opportunity to meet Keanu Reeves as Neo, Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity and much more. The material included the theme song “White Rabbit” by the legendary rock band Jefferson Airplane, and now Lana Wachowski explains the reason for her choice through a new interview at the Berlin International Literature Festival (via .).
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According to the synopsis of the fourth installment, “Matrix: Resurrections is a continuation of the story set in the first Matrix movie – 87% … 20 years after the first film, the franchise that helped define pop culture at the turn of the century. ” The above is promise enough for an adventure packed with action and intrigue, elements that the new trailer suggests a lot throughout its three minutes. Now Lana Wachowski He shares why he put “White Rabbit” at the center of the trailer. Here are his words in the panel The Art of Screenwriting during the International Literature Festival Berlin, pointing out that the song is not a mere reference:
It goes much deeper than that. The real Grace Slick played White Rabbit for this club that was open. Jefferson [Airplane] it was basically created to be the house band for this club. And that club was called the Matrix. Are we living in a simulation? I think it’s pretty obvious!
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“A pill makes you bigger and a pill makes you small and the ones your mother gives you do nothing at all” says “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane, becoming a theme that fits perfectly in the interests of the saga Matrix. The trailer for Resurrections includes some references to Alice in Wonderland, for example, Jessica Henwick with a tattoo of the white rabbit and that copy of the novel; All these details will be interesting to develop and finish in the new film, with Neo as the one who is exposed to the call.
The Matrix: Resurrections It is one of the most anticipated films of 2022 and with good reason. It has been a long time since the last film and the most nostalgic must feel very enthusiastic about the great promises, despite the risks that are inevitably run. Almost 17 years later, Lana Wachowski returns with more of the history that was established as a cult among science fiction and points directly to success with a completely spectacular year-end premiere. Will he be able to compete and live up to Spider-Man: No Road Home, the other big release for December?
The Matrix 4 It ended its filming amid the chaos of the pandemic, but it is ready to hit theaters by the end of the year. The long-awaited film has already been seen by some lucky ones in test screenings and the first reaction of a user on Twitter perceives it as “strange, meta, fascinating, surprisingly funny and ambitious until the end”; He also pointed out that he expects very mixed comments from critics but we will surely see it triumph when it arrives in theaters and streaming on December 22. In addition to Keanu reeves and Carrie-Ann MossIn the cast we will see Jonathan Groff, Priyanka Chopra, Neil Patrick Harris, Jada Pinkett Smith and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. Will it be able to surpass the previous installments with an innovative technological proposal and philosophical approaches at the level of those that made it famous more than twenty years ago? We’ll find out in just over three months.
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