Elon Musk and Ivanka Trump used The Matrix for propaganda and Lilly Wachowski threw them away

Let’s separate the protagonists of this story by team. On the Republican side are billionaire Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, and Ivanka Trump, the former first lady of the United States, wife of former President Donald Trump. On the other side, the film director Lilly Wachowski, Democrat, anti Republican, anti Red, anti Musk and anti Trump. A crossing that could only end one way.

In the middle of the 2020 presidential campaign, the year in which Democrat Joe Biden defeated Trump in the election, Musk came up with the idea of ​​using the Wachowski sisters’ masterpiece, The Matrix saga, to propagate politics in favor of the republican.

Alluding to movie tricks and party color, the 50-year-old South African businessman wrote on Twitter: “Take the Red Pill”.

Ivanka Trump, still as first lady at the time, quoted Musk’s tweet and exclaimed: “Taken! (Tomada)”.

Lilly Wachowski did not like that they will use part of his film legacy to propaganda for Donald Trump. As masterful as when Neo dodges bullets, the filmmaker basically threw them away with a Fuck both of you, or what is the same but in Spanish: “Fuck you both”.

User @Leahs_Ideas_Art shared a screenshot of the epic crossover of tweets: “In honor of the premiere of Matrix Resurrections, let’s remember…”.

Lily Wachowski no volvió para The Matrix Resurrections

Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss return as Neo and Trinity, two of the most important and beloved characters by Matrix fans. Sadly, Laurence Fishburne won’t be joining them as Morpheus and neither will Lilly Wachowski directing. In The Matrix Resurrections, the fourth installment of the saga, only his sister Lana will be behind the cameras.

Also returning to the cast of Matrix 4 are Jada Pinkett-Smith, Daniel Bernhardt, and Lambert Wilson. The new faces are Neil Patrick-Harris, Christina Ricci, Jessica Henwick, Priyanka Chopra, Jonathan Groff and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, who curiously will play a young version of Morpheus.

What is the real world? It is one of the questions that the last trailer proposes, due to what the same dialogue in the preview proposes: “We can’t see it. But we’re all caught up in these weird repeating loops”.

The mystery of realities is once again part of the cinema. And once again (at least) it will have Keanu Reeves as the protagonist offering his skills in surprising fight sequences. In fact, the trailer closes it leaving only one thing clear: “I still know kung fu”.

The Matrix Resurrections premiered on December 22. Next, the latest trailer.

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Elon Musk and Ivanka Trump used The Matrix for propaganda and Lilly Wachowski threw them away