字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント In 1999, a daringly original sci-fi film became the must-see hit of the year and launched one of the most successful trilogies of all time. The Matrix. Now, two decades later, another sequel is on the way. So grab a spoon, pick a pill, and find out everything there is to know about The Matrix 4. "All I'm offering you is the truth." "Nothing more." Though no release date has yet been revealed, we have some pretty good guesses. Variety reported that the new Matrix film is scheduled to begin filming in early 2020. Considering how long it takes to film, edit, and create digital effects for a movie like The Matrix, the release date likely won't be until the summer or fall of 2021. That would be in keeping with tradition. The Matrix and The Matrix Reloaded hit theaters in late March 1999 and mid-May 2003, respectively, while The Matrix Revolutions, shot immediately after Reloaded, made its way to theaters just six months later in November 2003 so as to not keep fans waiting for the trilogy's conclusion. Keanu Reeves, actor, officially became Keanu Reeves, legend, thanks to his turn as Neo in The Matrix. For most fans, if there's no Neo, there's no point to a new Matrix film. Well, don't worry, because Reeves is reportedly signed on for The Matrix 4. And he'll also be joined by co-star Carrie Anne-Moss, who became a Hollywood sensation as Trinity. So far, though, there's no word regarding the return of other Matrix stars like Hugo Weaving, Laurence Fishburne, or Jada-Pinkett-Smith. For now, we'll just have to wait and see. It wouldn't be a Matrix movie if the Wachowskis weren't involved. After turning heads with the stylish 1996 crime drama Bound, Lana and Lily Wachowski made themselves legends with The Matrix in 1999, and went on to co-write and co-direct the entire trilogy. So will they be involved with the new Matrix? For now, the answer is yes… and no. While Lily Wachowski apparently won't be involved, Lana Wachowski is set to direct, and co-write the script with author Aleksander Hemon and Cloud Atlas screenwriter David Mitchell. Warner Bros. Picture Group head Toby Emmerich said, "We could not be more excited to be re-entering The Matrix with Lana. Lana is a true visionary - a singular and original creative filmmaker - and we are thrilled that she is writing, directing, and producing this new chapter in The Matrix universe." One thing conspicuously absent from Variety's August 2019 report announcing the launch of The Matrix 4 was any mention of Laurence Fishburne's character Morpheus. Variety reporter Justin Kroll later tweeted that this may actually be a hint as to the plot of the film, writing, "If you've asked yourself, 'Where's [Morpheus],' sources have told me this may point to where and when the film is set as I've heard execs are looking at a variety of actors to possibly play 'young [Morpheus].' Stay tuned on that front…" The fact that Morpheus might be played by an actor younger than Fishburne suggests The Matrix 4 takes place in a different time - or in a different timeline - than the original trilogy. And it also suggests they've decided to scrap the previously rumored Matrix reboot as well. Yes it's true: back in March, 2017, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Warner Bros. had started preliminary development of a reboot/relaunch of The Matrix. After original Matrix producer Joel Silver approached Warner Bros. with the idea of a revival, the studio reportedly began discussions with X-Men: The Last Stand and Incredible Hulk screenwriter Zak Penn to write a detailed narrative plot outline. The Wachowskis were not involved with that project, and no actors were ever signed, but initial reports hinted that Warner Bros. would've liked to cast Creed star Michael B. Jordan. Now, though, with director Lana Wachowski and stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie Anne-Moss all set to return to the world of The Matrix, it seems as though that reboot project is dead - killed off by the original. "Ironically, this is not far from the truth. Do you believe in fate?" Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more Looper videos about your favorite movies are coming soon. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and hit the bell so you don't miss a single one.