Who Will Replace Keanu Reeves In “Matrix 4”?

Filming for “Matrix 4” will begin in 2020

Keanu Reeves


Filming for “Matrix 4” will begin in 2020, in Chicago, USA, but without Keanu Reeves in the lead role. Which actor will play the character Neo, and will replace Keanu Reeves?

From the very beginning, in 1999, the SF movie “Matrix”, directed and written by the Wachowski brothers (Andy and Larry), enjoyed great worldwide success. The film, which won four Oscars, was followed by two sequels: Matrix Reloaded / Matrix – Reloaded and Matrix Revolutions / Matrix – Revolutions, both released in 2003. The fourth part of the “Matrix” franchise was announced, and the script will be signed by Zak Penn, the co-writer of the feature films “X-Men 2”, “X-Men: The Last Stand” and “The Avengers”, according to Mediafax. Filming for the new production will begin next year in Chicago, USA

Who will replace Keanu Reeves in “Matrix 4”

Because Canadian actor Keanu Reeves has announced that he no longer wants to play Neo, the main role was given to Michael B. Jordan, the actor who played in “Creed” and “Black Panther / Black Panther”. For this, he will work with Warner Bros. studios.

Michael B. Jordan

The first film of the “Matrix” trilogy was released in March 1999 in the United States and was well received. both critics and film lovers from all over the world. With proceeds of more than $ 450 million, the film has been a four-time Academy Award winner and has won other awards such as the BAFTA or Saturn Awards.

“The Matrix” tells the story of IT programmer Thomas Anderson (Keanu Reeves), who becomes “The Chosen One” that will save humanity. It is helped in the war against smart cars by the resistance group led by Morpheus (played by Laurence Fishburne).

The second film, “The Matrix Reloaded”, continues the story line, further exploring the war between humanity and artificial intelligence, both in the Matrix and in the real world.

“The Matrix Revolutions”, a mix of action and philosophy, like previous films, has tried to answer the questions raised in the second part of the Matrix trilogy.

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