The latest movie in The Matrix franchise, "The Matrix: Resurrections," left movie buffs stunned with the first trailer was shown at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. It is packed with impressive footage that "truly brought the house down."
CinemaCon has given movie buffs everything they wanted and more. Hot on the heels of the "Spider-Man: No Way Home" trailer shattering records, movie buffs were treated to the first trailer for the upcoming installment in "The Matrix" franchise.
To date, only a selected group of press members and cinema exhibitors were allowed to watch the official trailer of the fourth film. Aside from the trailer, the official name was also announced. The film is titled "The Matrix: Resurrections."
Keanu Reeves at the "John Wick" special screenings on May 03, 2019, in London, England | Source: Getty Images
While the rest of us eagerly await the official release of "The Matrix: Resurrections," the lucky few who got to watch it have flooded social media with their thoughts.
Many spilled little hints and gushed about the trailer. There have been no bad reviews so far, which means fans can expect greatness after waiting 20 years for the new film.
Carrie-Anne Moss and Keanu Reeves in The Matrix. | Source: Getty Images
Scott Menzel, journalist, critic, and the founder of We Live Entertainment and Hollywood Critics Association and Vice-Chair at Sunset Awards, tweeted:
"I just saw the trailer for 'The Matrix: Resurrections' at CinemaCon and it looks so badass. I was so worried that it wasn’t going to WOW me but I was totally wrong."
Brandon Davis, the host, and CEO of Phase Zero will get us to wait for further details on his next article about the movie. To him, the new film looks epic, as he explained:
"'The Matrix: Resurrections,' from what I saw, looks simply incredible. 'The Batman' looks epic and so dark. 'Dune' has now officially gotten me really interested. Looks huge."
Another critic, Erik Davis from Rotten Tomatoes, showed his excitement at finally knowing the name of the fourth movie of the franchise and revealed that not only him but the crowd at CinemaCon loved the trailer too, tweeting:
"Crowd at #CinemaCon loving the first footage, too. Hope we see it soon! The film hits theaters this December."
Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss are returning to the big screens as the iconic Neo and Trinity. Other cast members are also making a comeback, such as Jada Pinkett Smith, Neil Patrick Harris, and Jonathan Groff.
There's no word yet on when the trailer will be available for the rest of the world, but "The Matrix: Resurrections," directed by Lana Wachowski, will premier in all cinemas worldwide on December 22.