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The Matrix Resurrections new ‘deja vu’ teaser reveals big ‘changes’ to come


The Matrix Resurrections new teaser reveals big ‘changes’ to come: ‘Maybe this isn’t the story we think it is’

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Fans of The Matrix franchise immediately recognized the significance of the black cat featured at the beginning of the new ‘déjà vu’ teaser for The Matrix Resurrections unveiled on Wednesday.

‘Déjà vu is usually a glitch in The Matrix,’ Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss) explained in the 1999 original film.

‘It happens when they change something.’  

Here kitty, kitty! Fans of The Matrix franchise immediately recognized the significance of the black cat featured at the beginning of the new ‘déjà vu’ teaser for The Matrix Resurrections unveiled on Wednesday

Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss) explained in the 1999 original film: 'Déjà vu is usually a glitch in The Matrix. It happens when they change something'

Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss) explained in the 1999 original film: ‘Déjà vu is usually a glitch in The Matrix. It happens when they change something’

Lana Wachowski’s reimagined four-quel – hitting US/UK theaters and HBO Max on December 22 – mysteriously resurrects the deceased hacker couple-turned-freedom fighters Trinity and Neo (Keanu Reeves).

At one point in the new preview, Trinity’s face melts away digitally – further fueling rumors her character might be a Residual Self Image (RSI) of new character Bugs.

Game of Thrones alum Jessica Henwick portrays Bugs, a blue-haired gunslinger with a white rabbit tattoo who lures Neo back into reality.

Both Resurrections trailers contain an image of Trinity screaming as echoed images of Bugs surrounds her.     

Hitting US/UK theaters and HBO Max on December 22! Lana Wachowski's reimagined four-quel mysteriously resurrects the deceased hacker couple-turned-freedom fighters Trinity (R) and Neo (L, Keanu Reeves)

Hitting US/UK theaters and HBO Max on December 22! Lana Wachowski’s reimagined four-quel mysteriously resurrects the deceased hacker couple-turned-freedom fighters Trinity (R) and Neo (L, Keanu Reeves)

Is she real? At one point in the new preview, Trinity's face melts away digitally - further fueling rumors her character might be a Residual Self Image (RSI) of new character Bugs

Is she real? At one point in the new preview, Trinity’s face melts away digitally – further fueling rumors her character might be a Residual Self Image (RSI) of new character Bugs

'The audience's eyes': Game of Thrones alum Jessica Henwick portrays Bugs, a blue-haired gunslinger with a white rabbit tattoo who lures Neo back into reality

‘The audience’s eyes’: Game of Thrones alum Jessica Henwick portrays Bugs, a blue-haired gunslinger with a white rabbit tattoo who lures Neo back into reality

'Maybe this isn't the story we think it is': Both Resurrections trailers contain an image of Trinity screaming as echoed images of Bugs surrounds her

‘Maybe this isn’t the story we think it is’: Both Resurrections trailers contain an image of Trinity screaming as echoed images of Bugs surrounds her

‘Maybe this isn’t the story we think it is,’ a female voice is heard saying.

Other changes include more plugs on the back of the Matrix-trapped Neo in his fetal battery pod – specifically a large one connecting to his neck (not just his head as in the original film).

There’s new gun-toting footage of another possible RSI character in the form of younger Morpheus (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II).

Jonathan Groff’s mystery character was previously only seen chatting with Thomas Anderson/Neo in a sterile office and in the new teaser he glares menacingly in the rain. 

The Matrix has a bigger hold on their slaves: Other changes include more plugs on the back of the Matrix-trapped Neo in his fetal battery pod - specifically a large one connecting to his nec

In the original film, Neo had plugs down his spine and the back of his head - far less than in the new movie

The Matrix has a bigger hold on their slaves: Other changes include more plugs on the back of the Matrix-trapped Neo in his fetal battery pod – specifically a large one connecting to his neck (not just his head as in the original film)

Locked and loaded: There's new gun-toting footage of another possible RSI character in the form of younger Morpheus (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II)

Locked and loaded: There’s new gun-toting footage of another possible RSI character in the form of younger Morpheus (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II)

Foe: Jonathan Groff's mystery character was previously only seen chatting with Thomas Anderson/Neo in a sterile office and in the new teaser he glares menacingly in the rain

Foe: Jonathan Groff’s mystery character was previously only seen chatting with Thomas Anderson/Neo in a sterile office and in the new teaser he glares menacingly in the rain

Say what? There's also a disturbing shot of a dead-eyed crowd looking towards the camera

Say what? There’s also a disturbing shot of a dead-eyed crowd looking towards the camera

'Why use old code to make something new?' Jada Pinkett Smith, Neil Patrick Harris, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Christina Ricci will also appear in the San Francisco-set sci-fi action flick

‘Why use old code to make something new?’ Jada Pinkett Smith, Neil Patrick Harris, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Christina Ricci will also appear in the San Francisco-set sci-fi action flick

There’s also a disturbing shot of a dead-eyed crowd looking towards the camera.

‘Why use old code to make something new?’ a male voice is heard saying.

Jada Pinkett Smith, Neil Patrick Harris, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and Christina Ricci will also appear in the San Francisco-set sci-fi action flick. 

Can it be rebooted? The Wachowskis' prior trilogy - The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) - amassed an eye-popping $1.633B at the global box office despite increasingly dismal reviews

Can it be rebooted? The Wachowskis’ prior trilogy – The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) – amassed an eye-popping $1.633B at the global box office despite increasingly dismal reviews

‘We’ve been through this experience together as partners. The only way I can describe it is like a soul friendship,’ Moss, 54; told EW on Tuesday. 

‘Most of my scenes are with Keanu, and it was just a pleasure to sit across from him and do that again. He has a masterful understanding of action. I’ve watched him grow in the last 20 years. I’m in awe of it.’

The Wachowskis’ prior trilogy – The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) – amassed an eye-popping $1.633B at the global box office despite increasingly dismal reviews.

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