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New 'The Matrix Resurrections' trailer feels like deja vú all over again

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New ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ trailer feels like deja vú all over again

Warner Brothers releases a new trailer for ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ connecting the franchise’s past and future.

On Monday, Warner Brothers released another trailer for The Matrix Resurrections. There’s nowhere near the amount of new footage we saw during the first one back in September, but the format is all types of trippy/intriguing.

Take a look below before we dissect things a bit.

As you can see, the backbone of trailer is a redux of the cat deja vú scene from the first Matrix film. After the initial Keanu/Kitty encounter, the latter part of Trinity’s explanation of deja vu within the Matrix (“It happens when they change something”) is repeated as moments from the original Matrix trilogy are mirrored by ones from the new film.

We also get a few really cool shots (like the one below) while a slightly distorted version of ‘White Rabbit’ by Jefferson Airplane plays in the background.

The Matrix Revolutions

This trailer could be a giant hint about how things will play out in the new film or just a very stylish promotion. Either way, it’s all types of effective, especially to Gen Xers like me who love the original.

The Matrix Resurrections premieres December 21, 2021 in theaters and streaming in HBO Max.

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