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The Matrix Resurrections' second trailer unveils Jada Pinkett Smith in old age make-up as Niobe


Warner Bros. Pictures unveiled the second trailer for The Matrix Resurrections on Monday, which revealed the first glimpse of Jada Pinkett Smith back as Zion rebel Niobe.

It’s been 18 years since audiences have seen the 50-year-old Daytime Emmy winner as the skeptical Logos captain/pilot, who used to date Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne).

‘It’s so easy to forget how much noise the Matrix pumps into your head,’ Niobe – wearing old age make-up – said in the new preview. 

She's back! Warner Bros. Pictures unveiled the second trailer for The Matrix Resurrections on Monday, which revealed the first glimpse of Jada Pinkett Smith back as Zion rebel Niobe

She’s back! Warner Bros. Pictures unveiled the second trailer for The Matrix Resurrections on Monday, which revealed the first glimpse of Jada Pinkett Smith back as Zion rebel Niobe

‘Something else makes the same kind of noise – war.’

More of the plot is teased as the new younger Morpheus – played by Candyman’s Yahya Abdul-Mateen II – said all of the characters are ‘trapped in strange, repeating loops’ that they ‘cannot see.’

‘But this is the moment for you to show us what’s real,’ Morpheus said.

‘They taught you good, made you believe their world was all you deserved and some part of you knew that was a lie. Some part of you remembered what was real.’  

Throwback! It's been 18 years since audiences have seen the 50-year-old Daytime Emmy winner (R) as the skeptical Logos captain/pilot, who used to date Morpheus (L, Laurence Fishburne)

Throwback! It’s been 18 years since audiences have seen the 50-year-old Daytime Emmy winner (R) as the skeptical Logos captain/pilot, who used to date Morpheus (L, Laurence Fishburne)

Niobe - wearing old age make-up - said in the new preview: 'It's so easy to forget how much noise the Matrix pumps into your head. Something else makes the same kind of noise - war'

Niobe – wearing old age make-up – said in the new preview: ‘It’s so easy to forget how much noise the Matrix pumps into your head. Something else makes the same kind of noise – war’

'But this is the moment for you to show us what's real': More of the plot is teased as the new younger Morpheus - played by Candyman's Yahya Abdul-Mateen II - said all of the characters are 'trapped in strange, repeating loops' that they 'cannot see'

‘But this is the moment for you to show us what’s real’: More of the plot is teased as the new younger Morpheus – played by Candyman’s Yahya Abdul-Mateen II – said all of the characters are ‘trapped in strange, repeating loops’ that they ‘cannot see’

Morpheus said: 'They taught you good, made you believe their world was all you deserved and some part of you knew that was a lie. Some part of you remembered what was real'

Morpheus said: ‘They taught you good, made you believe their world was all you deserved and some part of you knew that was a lie. Some part of you remembered what was real’

Lana Wachowski’s reimagined four-quel – hitting US/UK theaters and HBO Max on December 22 – mysteriously resurrects the deceased hacker couple-turned-freedom fighters Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss) and Thomas Anderson/Neo (Keanu Reeves).

Neo says it his ‘turn to believe in’ Trinity, who gushes that she’s been waiting her whole life for him.

‘I saw this in a dream. My dream ended here,’ Trinity says during what appears to be the climax on a rooftop.

Morpheus dares Neo in a dojo scene: ‘If you want to see Trinity again, fight for her!’  

Hitting US/UK theaters and HBO Max on December 22! Lana Wachowski's reimagined four-quel mysteriously resurrects the deceased hacker couple-turned-freedom fighters Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss) and Thomas Anderson/Neo (Keanu Reeves)

Hitting US/UK theaters and HBO Max on December 22! Lana Wachowski’s reimagined four-quel mysteriously resurrects the deceased hacker couple-turned-freedom fighters Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss) and Thomas Anderson/Neo (Keanu Reeves)

'I saw this in a dream. My dream ended here': Neo says it his 'turn to believe in' Trinity, who gushes that she's been waiting her whole life for him

‘I saw this in a dream. My dream ended here’: Neo says it his ‘turn to believe in’ Trinity, who gushes that she’s been waiting her whole life for him

Morpheus dares Neo in a dojo scene: 'If you want to see Trinity again, fight for her!'

Morpheus dares Neo in a dojo scene: ‘If you want to see Trinity again, fight for her!’

There’s a new shot of Game of Thrones alum Jessica Henwick, who portrays a blue-haired gunslinger called Bugs with a white rabbit tattoo who lures Neo back into reality.

‘So déjà vu,’ Bugs said from a space ship hovering over fetal human batteries. ‘And yet it’s obviously all wrong. Maybe this isn’t the story we think it is.’

All the Resurrections trailers contain the same image of Trinity screaming as echoed images of Bugs surrounds her, and fans are buzzing that Trinity might be a Residual Self Image (RSI). 

The San Francisco-set sci-fi action flick also reenvisions The Oracle as younger with Priyanka Chopra Jonas saying: ‘The most important choice in Neo’s life is not his to make.’ 

'Maybe this isn't the story we think it is': There's a new shot of Game of Thrones alum Jessica Henwick, who portrays a blue-haired gunslinger called Bugs with a white rabbit tattoo who lures Neo back into reality

‘Maybe this isn’t the story we think it is’: There’s a new shot of Game of Thrones alum Jessica Henwick, who portrays a blue-haired gunslinger called Bugs with a white rabbit tattoo who lures Neo back into reality

RSI? All the Resurrections trailers contain the same image of Trinity screaming as echoed images of Bugs surrounds her, and fans are buzzing that Trinity might be a Residual Self Image

RSI? All the Resurrections trailers contain the same image of Trinity screaming as echoed images of Bugs surrounds her, and fans are buzzing that Trinity might be a Residual Self Image

The San Francisco-set sci-fi action flick also reenvisions The Oracle as younger with Priyanka Chopra Jonas saying: 'The most important choice in Neo's life is not his to make'

The San Francisco-set sci-fi action flick also reenvisions The Oracle as younger with Priyanka Chopra Jonas saying: ‘The most important choice in Neo’s life is not his to make’

Jonathan Groff is clearly the new incarnation of Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) parroting his line from the original 1998 film: 'Millions of people just living out their lives oblivious'

Jonathan Groff is clearly the new incarnation of Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) parroting his line from the original 1998 film: ‘Millions of people just living out their lives oblivious’

Comedic relief: It's not all drama and peril though as the teaser ends with Neo saying 'I still know kung fu' after using his 'One' powers to beat up an agent

Comedic relief: It’s not all drama and peril though as the teaser ends with Neo saying ‘I still know kung fu’ after using his ‘One’ powers to beat up an agent

Jonathan Groff is clearly the new incarnation of Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) parroting his line from the original 1998 film: ‘Millions of people just living out their lives oblivious.’

Absent from the new trailer were Neil Patrick Harris, who plays Neo’s psychiatrist inside the Matrix, and Christina Ricci whose character has yet to be revealed.

It’s not all drama and peril though as the teaser ends with Neo saying ‘I still know kung fu’ after using his ‘One’ powers to beat up an agent.

The Wachowskis’ prior trilogy – The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) – amassed an eye-popping $1.633B at the global box office despite decreasingly dismal reviews.

Can it be rebooted? The Wachowskis' prior trilogy - The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) - amassed an eye-popping $1.633B at the global box office despite increasingly dismal reviews

Can it be rebooted? The Wachowskis’ prior trilogy – The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) – amassed an eye-popping $1.633B at the global box office despite increasingly dismal reviews



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