Morpheus actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has teased even more of The Matrix: Resurrections in a brand-new interview, recommending it ll have a different tone to the original trilogy. He also included that we require to be patient regarding the Morpheus recasting scenario: responses are coming.
Tonally, it s a bit different, Abdul-Mateen informed GQ after the slightly a lot more playful, funnier style we saw in the first Resurrections trailer was raised in conversation.
Something else that s extremely drawing away from the originals is that of Morpheus. Once played by Laurence Fishburne, the character– or a variation of his personality– will appear in The Matrix: Resurrections played by Abdul-Mateen.
The character s called Morpheus, Abdul-Mateen clarified, in instance there was ever before any type of question. It will certainly make feeling when it appears.
Fishburne isn t the only initial character that isn t picking up. Hugo Weaving validated there were talks to revive Agent Smith– but it could not collaborate with his routine.
That s not to say the link to the past is definitively damaged in The Matrix: Resurrections. Neo (Keanu Reeves) and also Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) are back, while fans assume they ve found an aged-up personality from The Matrix s sequels in the first trailer for Resurrections.
We ll discover That Whole Morpheus Thing for certain when The Matrix: Resurrections, also starring Jessica Henwick, Neil Patrick Harris, as well as Jonathan Groff, strikes movie theaters and HBO Max simultaneously on December 22.
Take the red pill and follow us down the rabbit hole: below s the total Matrix recap to get you ready for Resurrections. For much more from December s stacked timetable, check out our guide to flick launch dates.