A Laurence Fisburne Cameo is featured in a new Matrix Resurrections clip

A Laurence Fisburne Cameo is featured in a new Matrix Resurrections clip ...

Nothing comforts anxiety like a little nostalgia.

In the most recent video fromThe Matrix Resurrections, Tom Morpheus says that is not the Morpheus, but the younger version, played by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II instead of Laurence Fishburne. However, this clipdoes feature Fishburnes Morpheus, as the scene fromThe Matrix in which Neo and Morpheus were originally reunited is playing on a ripped theater screen, while the younger Morpheus says

So you have the 2021 Neo and Morpheus talking in front of a screen showing the 1999 Neo and Morpheus talking. Now, in your finest Keanu voice:Whoa.

The video below shows a little more of how redpills sneaking around the Matrix has evolved in the past 20 years. In the original film, they had to find landlines to dive into and out of the Matrix, although since landlines basically no longer exist, keeping that as a mechanic would have felt very dated. Rather, see the video below:

Fishburne publicly said that he was not invited back forThe Matrix Resurrections, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is paying Morpheus for the majority of the film. However, it is not clear if Fishburne''s cameo in this scene is his only appearance, or if there will be other flashbacks or scenes fromThe Matrix shown inResurrections.

The film release date is released in the following form:

The Matrix Resurrections, a long-awaited sequel to Iron Fist, Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens, has been reunited with original actors, including Yahya Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in the film, according to sources. Telma Hopkins (TVs Dead to Me,), Erendira Ibarra (series Sense8, Treadstone), and Jada Pinkett Smith (Angel Has Fallen, TV

The Matrix Resurrections premieres in theaters and on HBO Max on December 22.

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