The Matrix Resurrections New Featurette Teases Mysterious Plot Points

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The theatrical release of The Matrix Resurrections is just around the corner, and if you've seen every trailer, TV spot, or clip that's been released so far, you probably can't say for certain what the upcoming fourth film of the sci-fi franchise is about. But a new featurette released by Warner Bros. sheds some light to a few of your burning questions.

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The Matrix Resurrections

The new featurette for The Matrix Resurrections reveals where exactly Thomas Anderson (played by Keanu Reeves), a.k.a. Neo, is. In the video, we also see how Thomas is connected to Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) and how the new character Bugs (Jessica Henwick) fits into their story. Although the featurette doesn't fully explain the plot of the movie, it's enough to give us a slight idea how the characters will connect in the story.

Watch the new featurette for The Matrix Resurrections below:

If you've seen the original Matrix trilogy, you're probably still wondering how Neo and Trinity is still alive since both characters apparently died in The Matrix Revolutions. So, how are they back in The Matrix Resurrections? Could they just be variants?

Reeves also reveals that his character has an analyst (played by Neil Patrick Harris) in the film, who helps by giving him blue pills. It turns out that there is still a group of people who still believes that Neo is out there, and it looks like one of those people will be played by Brian J. Smith (Sense8).

Related: Keanu Reeves Initially Confused by Neo's Return in The Matrix Resurrections: 'I'm Dead'

The Matrix Resurrections is set to release in theaters and HBO Max on December 22. For more information about this highly-anticipated sci-fi film, check out everything we know about The Matrix Resurrections so far.


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