The film that will bring back the Matrix franchise has just gained its official title during Cinemacon. The film is called The Matrix: Resurrections (The Matrix: Resurrections in free translation).

The long-awaited sequel to The Matrix features Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Jada Pinkett Smith and is slated to hit theaters and HBO Max on December 22 in the United States.

Warner Bros. unveiled the trailer for the film at the event in Las Vegas, where movie theater owners from across the country gathered to find out about upcoming big releases.

According to attendees at the event, the trailer featured scenes with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss, who reprise their roles of Neo and Trinity. In the preview, Neo is now using the name Thomas and doesn’t remember anything about the events from the previous movies.

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Neil Patrick Harris plays Neo’s therapist, and in a brief scene from a therapy session, Neo says, “I had dreams that didn’t seem like dreams. I’m crazy?”. Soon, we see Trinity and Neo meeting, but they don’t seem to know each other, although Trinity asks Neo, “Have we met?”.

In the trailer, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s character offers Neo a red pill and a blue pill. And then a blue-haired young woman leads Neo through a mirror, showing him the Matrix.

This is just a little of what could be seen in the trailer for Matrix 4, but it shouldn’t be long before the preview is officially released on the internet. Lana Wachowski directs the film.