- The matrix 4 is filming again after a long delay due to COVID-19.
- Laurence Fishburne, who played Morpheus in all three of the original films, said he was “not invited” to join the cast of episode four.
- The film is scheduled to be released on April 1, 2022.
There’s good news for fans of the long-awaited fourth film in the matrix Franchise, as the film has resumed production in Berlin after a five-month break due to the coronavirus pandemic. That good news was unfortunately taken up with somewhat more questionable news when Laurence Fishburne, who played Morpheus in all three of the original films, confirmed he would not be returning Matrix 4.
Fishburne, who has also performed in for the past few years Hannibal, Black-ish, and reunited with Keanu Reeves for the second and third John Wick Films, used the interview as an opportunity to reflect on the Morpheus character and his relationship to the original films.
“It’s probably the role I’ll remember best, which is great; it’s not that just I am reminded which is better. He’s fucking great, “he said.” What I get with him is that I have Darth Vader in that hand and I have Obi-Wan in that hand. I have Bruce Lee, I put Muhammad Ali in there, and I have Kung Fu. It is very good.”
While Fishburne doesn’t appear to be part of the big start-up in the science fiction franchise (although we certainly can’t rule out a misdirection from a surprise cameo here), the chances are the character of Morpheus will be picked up anyway. The character of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has been kept completely under wraps, but a tweet from last fall of diversityJustin Kroll suggested that Abdul-Mateen could either play a younger version of Morpheus or someone who is otherwise related to him.
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Considering that Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss both appear as Neo and Trinity respectively – considering that both characters died at the end of The Matrix Revolutions– It is fair to assume that time travel or some other mechanism will be used to advance the movie’s plot.
Fishburne isn’t the only major matrix Store that won’t return for the upcoming sequel. Earlier this year, Hugo Weaving played the vicious Agent Smith in all three originals matrix Films, confirmed that he would not be returning to the franchise due to a planning conflict.
“It’s unfortunate, but actually I had this offer[foraplaynamed[foraplaycalled[füreinStücknamens[foraplaycalledThe visit]and then the offer came from The matrixSo I knew it was going to happen, but I didn’t have any data, ”said Weaving. “I thought [I] was able to do both and it took eight weeks to find out that the data would work – I held back to[hisrole[hisrolein[seineRollein[hisroleinThe visit]. I was in contact with [director] Lana Wachowski, but in the end she decided the data wasn’t going to work. So we sorted the data and then she changed her mind. You go on without me. “
For the same reason, keep in mind that Agent Smith could still appear in Matrix 4, but played by another actor. Probably not only time travel is involved, but also Agent Smith. Some kind of shapeshifter. Jonathan Groff is in the Matrix 4 Occupation – that could work.
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