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Matrix 4 |

Everything about the new movie!

Warner made the project official with the return of Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss

Warner productions announces the fourth film in the Matrix franchise!

Matrix 4 is a future 2021 American action and science fiction film from the Matrix franchise, being the fourth film in the 2003 Matrix Revolutions sequel series, featuring actors Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jada Pinkett Smith and Lambert Wilson returning to their roles in the previous films in the series. Produced, co-written and directed by Lana Wachowski, who co-directed and co-wrote the previous films with her sister Lilly Wachowski, [3] jointly produced by Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures, scheduled to be released in the United States for December 22, 2021.

Rumors about the project have been circulating since 2017, but only now has the studio made the new story about Neo and Trinity official. Check out what we already know about the feature film and what can be shown in the trailer:

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Upon confirming the production, Warner also announced that Keanu Reeves returns to the role of Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss takes on the role of Trinity again. Laurence Fishburne, who played Morpheus, was not mentioned in the new feature. New features include Aquaman's Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Neil Patrick Harris of How I Met Your Mother, and several Sense8 actors, a Netflix series created by the Wachowski sisters - see them all here.


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For those who don't remember, Matrix Revolutions ends with Trinity dead at the landing of the Logos spacecraft. The character had already died in Matrix Reloaded, but Neo managed to resurrect her. Here, however, she claims that her time has come and leaves Neo alone to face the City of Machines.

Neo himself negotiates peace between humans and machines, proposing to Deus Ex-Machina the elimination of Agent Smith, who is contaminating all the inhabitants of the Matrix like a virus. After a major battle, Neo apparently destroys Smith, which stops the machines from attacking Zion. The film ends, implying Neo's own death. The character sacrifices himself and has his body taken to the City of Machines. But the final scene of the feature gives some clues, with phrases like "how long do you think this peace will last?" and an indication that Neo may return "someday", dictated by the Oracle.

With all this information, it is most likely that peace between humans and machines ended for some reason - such as the arrival of a new virus - and Neo returned, possibly to mentor a new Chosen One, just as Morpheus was once. Trinity's return is more complicated to justify, but Neo can get involved to bring the character back to life and have his help in the new battle.




Fast and Furious 9 review: The Godfather II of Vin Diesel movies

John Cena joins the Fast and Furious cast in the latest automative action extravaganza.

Vroom! Bwoosh! Flex! Vin Diesel! John Cena! At long last, it's Fast and Furious 9. Cars! Magnets! Explosions! None of it matters! Caaaars!

Originally planned for May last year, Fast and Furious 9 will be released tomorrow, Thursday June 24.

F9 is packed with all the over-the-top stunts, muscular emoting and general balls-to-the-wall ridiculousness you expect from the Fast and Furious franchise, and Hollywood in general. Returning director Justin Lin is one of countless names who endlessly cycle in and out of the now lengthy F&F series, and while none of the stars will have known they were making the film that welcomed society back to movie theaters, they're clearly having the kind of awesome time we all need right now. Look, cinema is a medium that can intensify the most exquisite emotion, or it's a medium where a supercar can turbo-boost off a cliff and be caught by a fighter plane. Cinema is rad as hell.

In this ninth installment of the automotive action-fest, Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez have retired to the farm from Avengers: Infinity War and are devoted to living off the grid with curly-haired Little Brian. But when their old crime crew comes a-calling, neither can resist running round the world in muscle tees and muscle cars doing jacked-up superspy shizz. This time, A-Team-style consequence-free shootouts with unspecified military dudes lead to one half of some superweapon thing. What is it? Who cares, dude. All that matters is Vin and the gang find themselves on the wrong side of a face from the past.

Scratch that: All that matters is stuff starts blowing up and pretty much never stops. There's a moment in Fast and Furious 9 when Chris "Ludacris" Bridges says, "As long as we obey the laws of physics, we'll be fine." What he neglects to mention is these are the laws of physics as laid down by Looney Tunes cartoons. I'm not even kidding; several of this movie's set pieces are built around a literal giant magnet. It might as well arrive in a crate with ACME written on the side. At this point, you expect Fast 10 and 11 to end with Vin and his chums painting a tunnel on a mountain and driving into it. And then blowing it up, obviously.

The action inflation across the series' nine (and a bit) films means stunts that would have been showstoppers in earlier movies,  get back alive. 
When Vin Diesel and new villain John Cena leapfrog across moving trucks and hurl themselves into thin air, its just a way of getting action.

This constant cartoon nonsense is undoubtedly pretty wearing, but with so many people in the cast, there's space to pump the brakes and just hang out with the familiar familia for a spell. 

The women in the film all do better than in most films of this ilk, with Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, newcomer Anna Sawai and pearly queen Helen Mirren all doing their bit to drive the plot (until the light changes to green again, and it's back to Vin's pecs and cars smashing into each other).

Meanwhile, Ludacris and Tyrese Gibson are by now well established as the comedy relief, so every now and again the film just stops to watch them goof off. Nothing they say qualifies as an actual joke exactly, and their schtick is a major contributor to this thing being two and a half damn hours long.

Their only gag that feels like it might have come from something resembling a script is a conversation about how the gang must be actually indestructible to survive so much insane stuff. It's kind of a funny bit, although it emphasizes how the increasingly hair-raising violence has zero consequences.

Is not the greatest movie ever but the fans will like it.


Predictions of the Future: 12 Movies That Will Shock You

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Do science fiction movies predict the development of technology, because screenwriters and directors have an opportunity to "look into the future" with the help of intelligence and imagination? But everything is not always so transparent: sometimes it happens that the predictions in the movie are revealed ex-facto and amaze the audience with unthinkable coincidences.

1. 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968)

There are movies that everyone should see, for example, a picture of Stanley Kubrick 2001 A Space Odyssey. A lot of things have happened for the past 50 years, especially in the world of technology, so you can watch a movie and compare its predictions with the real development of events. Which of the predictions came true? Today we already have tablet computers. And soon, there will be space tourism. Besides, Elon Musk is working on it.


2. AIRPLANE II: THE SEQUEL (1982)

The film wasn't that good, but he managed to predict the future of security at airports with amazing accuracy! The filmmakers placed technologies that didn't exist in 1982 but are actively used at all airports today - for example, a scanner that allows you to see what a person is hiding under his clothes.

3. BLADE RUNNER (1982)


One of the few things in the Blade Runner movie that has really come true now is ubiquitous advertising. Indeed, urban landscapes in the style of cyberpunk and total commerce today exist in every central part of large megapolises. Besides, the movie guessed that in the future, there would be video calls - congrats!


4. THE TERMINATOR (1984)

In the first Terminator, we have seen the killer airplanes-hunters. Then the idea of ​​robotic aircraft that fired at enemies on earth seemed like science fiction. However, unmanned aircraft are everywhere today. Also, they play a vital role in preventing conflict around the world.

5. BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II (1989)

Google Glass smart glasses immediately come to mind! They can recognize voice commands, connect to the Internet, display the necessary information on a small screen. Besides, these glasses are capable of shooting videos of good enough quality and take photos at the right time.

6. TOTAL RECALL (1990)

Space traveling to Mars still remains the idea of the future. But many of the household technologies have become a part of our lives: in addition to traditional video conferencing, huge plasma panels and television projectors everywhere, cars without drivers are about to enter the wide market, holograms meet people at high-tech exhibitions, and their location can be really tracked in real-time.

7. HACKERS (1995)

Perhaps nowadays, this movie will seem a little silly to you, but still, he did predict something. Today we play virtual reality games, and this has already become the norm of our reality.

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8. THE NET (1995)

In 1995, the movie «The Net» appeared on the screens predicted the possibility of ordering food from home without contact with other people. The movie was perhaps the first in the history of cinema to raise cybersecurity issues (at that time, it wasn't yet in demand).

9. THE CABLE GUY (1996)

Ben Stiller is hardly a science fiction guy, but he was able to predict the whole layer of the modern entertainment industry. In his comedy The Cable Guy, the hero of Jim Carrey promises a bunch of possibilities that can guarantee connection to the World Wide Web. These are the movies of your choice at any time, and a full set of channels, and the possibility of shopping in telemarketing, and even a video game with someone who is on the other side of the earth!

10. THE TRUMAN SHOW (1998)

In 1998, there was no question of showing the lives of ordinary people on television. Frankly speaking, the heroes of today's TV shows agree to shoot themselves. Nevertheless, it was the idea of this movie that formed the basis of most modern reality shows.


11. MINORITY REPORT (2002)

Even then, this movie focused on such a concept as targeted advertising. Today, this phenomenon is haunting you everywhere. As soon as you put into the search engine «buy women's shoes,» then later, you will constantly see ads with shoes everywhere. Voila!

12. I AM LEGEND (2007)


The producers of the movie were the only ones who had suspicions that the film «Batman vs. Superman» awaits us in the future.


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