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New Matrix Resurrections site lets you take the red pill or blue pill

Enter the Matrix in Warner Bros. new interactive website that confirms a new Matrix Resurrections trailer for this Thursday.

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Published Tue, Sep 7 2021 2:06 PM CDT

Warner Bros. has launched a new What is the Matrix website with interactive clips to promote its new Matrix Resurrections film.

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The new What is the Matrix ARG site is pretty nifty. It will let you take the red pill or the blue pill, playing a clip each time you select an option. The clips are directly from the new Matrix Resurrections movie...and they're a little different each time. The video uses AI to announce the exact time that you're watching the clip, followed by the famous ghostly-green character scroll and a few extremely high-definition clips directly from the movie.

Some of the clips we saw show Neo using his powers to deflect bullets, fling enemies through the air, and some gritty sci-fi shots of the squids from the original trilogy. There was also a shot of Neo stepping off a huge skyscraper.

The site confirms an official Matrix Resurrections trailer is coming this Thursday--the same day as the huge PlayStation event. The film is coming December 22, and will be available in theaters and on HBO Max.

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