• Two new matrix movies!
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Well you'd help fund more bad movies.
[url]http://popwatch.ew.com/2011/01/24/matrix-sequels-not-happening/[/url] [quote]Like an unwitting inhabitant of the Matrix, Harry Knowles at Ain’t It Cool News believed whatever he wanted to believe when he tantalized fans with subsequently disproven news that Keanu Reeves was planning to re-team with Andy and Lana Wachowski for two more sequels about techno-messiah Neo. (A rep for Reeves told EW, “None of it is true.”) But the real question here: Is anyone actually disappointed that the Wachowskis are not going to re-enter The Matrix? Judging by the fan response on AICN and other sites where the false story was picked up, there is still some interest in the franchise that once seemed like the future of action movies before it unraveled with two reviled sequels (and even worse spin-off videogames). Maybe post-Inception there’s a new market for complicated technobabble like the Architect’s speech at the end of The Matrix Reloaded. We put it to you, PopWatchers. Would you still like to take another trip down the rabbit hole? Or does even the idea of another Matrix sequel make you want to reach for that blue pill?[/quote]
[quote]“None of it is true.”[/quote] [I]*sigh of relief*[/I]
[QUOTE=spekter;27639112][url]http://popwatch.ew.com/2011/01/24/matrix-sequels-not-happening/[/url][/QUOTE] Thank fucking Christ.
Aww. :(
Good.
There wasn't really anywhere worthwhile for the series to go anyway everything has been resolved.
[QUOTE=Itachi_Crow;27639664]There wasn't really anywhere worthwhile for the series to go anyway everything has been resolved.[/QUOTE] The only thing that could be "Fixed" is the destruction of the Matrix and the Machines, taking the world back to the humans
oh thank god thank fucking god spekter you wonderful wonderful man
In a way I can kind of see how they could make a Matrix movie work in 3D. The Matrix has always had that kind of high-profile, crazy action that looks good when it's popping out at you. As long as they keep enough focus on the story and not as much on the 3D, they could pull it off.
No, please god no.[URL="http://javascript%3Cb%3E%3C/b%3E:FR_InsertTextHelper%28%20%27vB_Editor_001_textarea%27,%20%27:smithicide:%27%20%29;"][IMG]http://cdn.fpcontent.net/fp/emoot/smithicide.gif[/IMG][/URL] Oh wait they aren't happening, good.
[QUOTE=DudeGuyKT;27640167]In a way I can kind of see how they could make a Matrix movie work in 3D. The Matrix has always had that kind of high-profile, crazy action that looks good when it's popping out at you. As long as they keep focus enough focus on the story and not as much on the 3D, they could pull it off.[/QUOTE] I agree. However, I think the Wachowski bros can probably come up with something better and more fresh, instead of rebooting the same movie.
i feel like if they were going to make more matrix sequels (or maybe prequels! remember how the architect says that there were like six other previous iterations of the matrix), they couldnt do it with the same characters. theyd have to do something completely new so i guess im glad its not happening. i think we should just settle for the animatrix and leave it at that!
[QUOTE=Dr. Punchgroin;27629875]For everyone saying [sp]Neo died at the end,[/sp] just remember that he was essentially a Christ figure, resurrection isn't out of the realms of possibility.[/QUOTE] What I don't understand is how he saw the Matrix in the real world after he was blinded. Unless... We have to go deeper... /shameful Inception reference in Matrix
Why the bandwagon hate for the two sequels? They were good, and the highway scene in Reloaded/hangar scene in Revolutions were absolutley mindblowing. They didn't bring as much news to the table as the Matrix did, but they were defenitely worthy sequels.
[QUOTE=Badballer;27642139]What I don't understand is how he saw the Matrix in the real world after he was blinded. Unless... We have to go deeper... /shameful Inception reference in Matrix[/QUOTE] People have been theorizing that Zion was just an extension of the Matrix for years, before Inception came out.
I loved all three movies. I don't understand why there is so much animosity towards the second and third films, they were planned, not slapped on sequels. As far as any new matrix films, I am skeptical but excited. I felt the same towards the second and third movies prior to release so we'll see how it plays out. [editline]24th January 2011[/editline] Why are you adding spoiler tags? Revolutions came out in 2003, if they haven't seen it who cares?
I'm interested to see how this plays out, but I really hope they don't fuck it up. [editline]24th January 2011[/editline] Aw, nevermind. I'm slightly disappointed.
[QUOTE=Badballer;27642139]What I don't understand is how he saw the Matrix in the real world after he was blinded. Unless... We have to go deeper... /shameful Inception reference in Matrix[/QUOTE] He didn't see the matrix. He saw the very fabric and soul of the universe.
The whole bandwagon hate thing is awesome. I was able to troll some people by acting like there were never any sequels.
[QUOTE=demoguy08;27642454]Why the bandwagon hate for the two sequels? They were good, and the highway scene in Reloaded/hangar scene in Revolutions were absolutley mindblowing. They didn't bring as much news to the table as the Matrix did, but they were defenitely worthy sequels.[/QUOTE] I liked the second one except I think the merovingian should have been a much bigger part, he was an awesome character the third one was too big on boring special effects in the battle for zion. too much of the movie was spent there, but I enjoyed the plotline w/ neo going to the machine city. that part was interesting
[QUOTE=BmB;27642700]He didn't see the matrix. He saw the very fabric and soul of the universe.[/QUOTE] . . . which was code, like the Matrix. So the universe he saw was made of code, like the Matrix.
It wasn't code, it was golden mush. [img]http://images.sodahead.com/polls/000319777/polls_647346_matrix_revolutions_in_the_matrix_super_0925_677378_answer_1_xlarge.jpeg[/img] [img]http://www.stardusttrailers.com/gallery_film/(250908155445)matrix-revolutions-30.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDCompare10/the_matrix_revolutions_/04.jpg[/img]
Here's the part which i've seen very few people pick up on......where in the actual film was it said or implied that Neo actually died? what if he didn't die and instead was just "Rebooted" ? no one not even the oracle say's that he actually died.
[QUOTE=BmB;27642810]It wasn't code, it was golden mush. [img_thumb]http://images.sodahead.com/polls/000319777/polls_647346_matrix_revolutions_in_the_matrix_super_0925_677378_answer_1_xlarge.jpeg[/img_thumb] [img_thumb]http://www.stardusttrailers.com/gallery_film/(250908155445)matrix-revolutions-30.jpg[/img_thumb] [img_thumb]http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDCompare10/the_matrix_revolutions_/04.jpg[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] And how did Neo have control over machines in the real world?
They did end the movie with the oracle and the little girl saying that Neo would probably come back one day and that he probably saved himself somewhere else as a "file"
[QUOTE=DudeGuyKT;27642928]And how did Neo have control over machines in the real world?[/QUOTE] He developed some sort of inexplicable connection with the matrix.
Now they are gonna have 4 shitty sequels, NICE
I think a prequel would be interesting, but that's about it.
That would be interesting
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