This is how Keanu Reeves reacted to the final footage of ‘the Matrix Resurrections

Lana Wachowski, director of ‘The Matrix Resurrections,’ detailed how Keanu Reeves’ reaction was when he saw the final footage of the long-awaited film.

On December 22, barring an unfortunate surprise, The Matrix Resurrections, the fourth installment of the popular science-fiction franchise, will be released. You should know that the film is 100% finished and ready to be shown. However, some lucky few already had the opportunity to enjoy it from beginning to end before its premiere. One of them is, of course, Keanu Reeves, who will return to give life to Thomas Anderson (Neo).

In an interview with CinemaBlend, Lana Wachowski, director of The Matrix Resurrections, revealed that the production invited Keanu Reeves to see the final footage, which will be the version that will hit theaters and HBO Max on the date indicated. Fortunately, the reaction from the internet’s most beloved actor was more than positive. Those above stressed that the filmmaker had achieved the same impact as the original trilogy.

Wachowski said, quoting Keanu Reeves: “We showed Keanu the movie, and he was impressed with it. He was sitting there, and he said, ‘Twenty years ago you told a story in which you described the next twenty years [of the world. Actual], the digital and virtual life problems, how they would impact us, and what we would think about it. You took on the same character, the same stories, and the same things, and somehow you anticipated what is to come in the next 20 years “.

Keanu Reeves raises expectations about the Matrix Resurrections.

Without a doubt, the actor’s words about The Matrix Resurrections will raise even more the expectation that currently exists. Of course, he was hardly going to pronounce negatively about his next film.

While Keanu Reeves remains the most visible face of The Matrix Resurrections, the cast brought back other faces from the first trilogy and opened the door for new additions. It is made up of Keanu Reeves (Neo), Carrie Ann-Moss (Trinity), Jada Pinkett-Smith (Niobe), Daniel Bernhardt (Agent Johnson), and Lambert Wilson (The Merovingian), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Morpheus), Neil Patrick Harris, Jonathan Groff, and Christina Ricci.

Recently, Lilly Wachowski, Lana’s sister and participated in the first films’ direction, explained why she was not on board with The Matrix Resurrections. Her decision was based on personal and work reasons because when the idea for The Matrix 4 came up, she was involved in other projects. Among them: Cloud AtlasJupiter Ascending, and Sense8.