The Matrix 4: Release Date, Trailer And Cast


The Matrix 4: Release Date, Trailer And Cast

The full trailer for the fourth The Matrix film has dropped ahead of its release in December.

It's been 18 years since we last saw Neo and Trinity, so an update is well overdue.

The fourth The Matrix is titled Resurrections and Keanu Reeves himself told LADbible last year that it's set to be "something special" and that he only agreed to it because the film's director, Lana Wachowski, wrote "such a beautiful script."

The Matrix: Resurrections trailer


The official trailer for The Matrix: Resurrections dropped on 9th September, three months ahead of its release date - and we are in for a treat.

Take a look in the video player below.


The Matrix: Resurrections release date


The fourth instalment of the popular cyberpunk movie series arrives in cinemas on 22nd December 2021, so a great pre-Christmas viewing. The film will also be available for US viewers on HBO Max the same day as its release in cinemas.

The sci-fi movie made its debut in 1999, with the second and third The Matrix films came out in 2003, and for a long time, the producers of the trilogy had always intended for it to stop there.

The stars of the film, Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss were aged 33 and 32 at the time of the first film's release.

The Matrix: Resurrections cast


It wouldn't be The Matrix without Keanu Reeves, who plays Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity, and despite them both dying at the end of The Matrix Revolutions, they're back, 22 years after the first The Matrix was released.

Jada Pinkett Smith will reprise her role as Niobe and Lambert Wilson returns as The Merovingian.

The originals will be joined by a number of new faces in Resurrections however, including Mortal Kombat's Daniel Bernhardt, who will play Agent Johnson.

According to a fan account, Priyanka Chopra Jonas (Baywatch) is said to be playing the grown-up version of Sati the exile, daughter of Rama Kandr who was created without a purpose. And Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman) is said to be playing a younger Morpheus.


Other notable cast members include Neil Patrick Harris, who we all know as Barney from How I Met Your Mother, Jessica Henwick from Game of Thrones, and Christina Ricci from the 2008 from Speed Rider, but we're not sure who their characters are.

The Matrix: Resurrections.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/the_matrix_4

Topics: TV and Film, keanu reeves, Matrix

Laura Sanders
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