Lana Wachowski put cold cloths on a possible continuation of The Matrix: Resurrections, is it the definitive end to Neo’s story?
The premiere of The Matrix: Resurrections it divided the waters between the fandom – and also the critics -, but it also opened the door to numerous speculations – typical of the plot and due to the interest of Warner Bros. – about the future of the franchise.
However, the director Lana Wachowski was quite blunt about it during a avant premiere of the film and made it clear that this fourth installment of Matrix It is not the beginning of a new trilogy commanded by Keanu reeves.
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“I never wanted to make another Matrix movie. I told everyone for 18 years that I didn’t want to make another Matrix movie. Lilly told everyone that she didn’t want to make another Matrix movie. Then I had a tragedy in my life, my parents passed away and I needed something to help me with the pain. Making up a story where two people came back to life was healing and comforting and I wasn’t judgmental, I just wrote and didn’t know what I was going to do with it, and then I read part of the story (to a colleague) and she said: ‘Oh my God, you have to tell this story.’ expressed the director.
With Warner and its franchises you never know, but everything indicates that this is the final closure for the future of Matrix.
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