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The Matrix's Massive Influence Made It Tricky To Write Resurrections

The Matrix's Massive Influence Made It Tricky To Write Resurrections

For Lana Wachowski, the prospect of writing a fourth "Matrix" movie was daunting on a number of levels. For one, Lana and sister Lilly Wachowski left nearly everything on the table with "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions," definitively ending the stories (and lives) of Neo (Keanu Reeves) and Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss). Furthermore, the impact of the original 1999 film, in particular, needed to be reckoned with, as it has not just permeated the culture but noticeably influenced the last 20 years of cinema.

Thanks to other factors, such as the ever-expanding world of big tech, the rise of social media and streaming entertainment,...

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