The Matrix Resurrections Posters: Meet Your Characters, Old and New

The new set of ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ posters are edgy and welcome us to re-enter the world with the characters, some old, some new. Part of the science fiction cult classic The Matrix film franchise, this upcoming action film is produced, co-written and directed by Lana Wachowski (the previous ones also had her sister Lilly Wachowski also in the director’s chair). This film is a sequel to ‘The Matrix Revolutions (2003)’ and overall as the fourth instalment in The Matrix film series.

‘The Matrix Resurrections’ posters show us our old characters which includes Keanu Reeves as the protagonist Neo aka Thomas Anderson who rises up against The Matrix, followed by Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity, and Jada Pinkett Smith as Niobe. However, this year, the cast also has some new faces showing up in characters we are yet to meet. Given, the film is the premise that happens 20 years after the events in ‘The Matrix Revolutions,’ it only makes sense that the world has changed for both Neo and us.

Let us have a look at all The Matrix Resurrections posters released

The film’s Instagram page introduced all the posters in a multiple image slide captioning the post as: “Re-enter the Matrix with these character posters for The Matrix Resurrections.”

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Keanu Reeves’ outfit makes him all fit to “re-enter” the world of Matrix as he is very much suited up as a hacker once again. Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity looks more dashing than beautiful. Meanwhile, a new introduction is Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Morpheus, which was previously played by Laurence Fishburne in the previous films. Does this mean there is going to be a change in the character’s arc and development or is he the same Morpheus, even though we see him slipping the red pill to Neo in the upcoming film’s trailer?

Other new characters we witness in the posters include Jessica Henwick as Bugs (apparently, it is a pivotal role) followed by Neil Patrick Harris as the Analyst (who could be a probable psychiatrist/psychologist in the film) and Eréndira Ibarra as Lexy. Additionally, the character details of Jonathan Groff and Priyanka Chopra Jonas are tightly under the wraps but, we can presume them to be an agent and the Oracle, respectively from the trailer footage.

Check out The Matric Resurrections trailer below:

‘The Matrix Resurrections’ will release on December 22, 2021, both in theatres and on the streaming platform, HBO Max. Meanwhile, you can stream the first 2 films in the franchise on Amazon Prime Video.

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