Matrix Resurrections: Lana Wachowski explains why Neo and Trinity return for sequel

Matrix Resurrections, the late sequel to the groundbreaking science fiction trilogue, is on everyone’s lips after the premiere of its first official trailer, which has generated a multitude of debates by the chosen photograph, in other aspects. The film will have the return through the front door of Keanu Reeves as Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity, two of the most recognizable characters in the saga. Lana Wachowski, who direct solo this new installment, reveals during the Berlin International Literature Festival the reason for which he made the decision to recover both characters for Matrix 4 (va ScreenRant).

Before moving on to Wachowski’s statements, we will refresh your memory a bit about the fate of both characters in Matrix Revolutions, the conclusion of the trilogy. Both Neo and Trinity died during the course of the third part., so it is shocking to see them again for Matrix Resurrections. The funny thing is that, in the trailer shown on September 9, the two characters they were unable to recognize themselves as having amnesia, something that has puzzled even more. Lana’s statements will not help to clear up these doubts or confirm or deny the speculations, but they do help to understand why the director wanted both characters to return for this fourth installment.

Lana lost her parents and a very close friend

“My father died, then a friend and then my mother. I really didn’t know how to process that kind of pain. I hadn’t experienced it so closely … You know their lives are going to end and yet it was still very difficult. My brain has always come to my imagination and one night, I was crying and couldn’t sleep, and my brain blew up this whole story. I couldn’t have my mom and dad but suddenly I had Neo and Trinity, possibly the two most important characters in my life“She excitedly revealed how important both Neo and Trinity were to compose themselves and cope with the loss of their close relatives.

He really didn’t know how to process that kind of pain. I had not experienced it so closely …

“It was immediately heartwarming to have these two characters alive again, and it’s super simple. You can look at it and say, ‘ok these two people die and ok bring these two people back to life and oh that doesn’t feel right ‘Yes, it did! It’s simple, and this is what art does and that is what stories do, they comfort us“says the director. Although Neo and Trinity will be played by their original actors, this will not be the case with Morfeo, who be played by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II replacing Laurence Fishburne, who made it clear at the time that he was not called to appear in Matrix Resurrections.

Article: Soure