Keanu Reeves Will Don Neo Anderson's Leather Coat Once More for ‘The Matrix 4’By Ava Jones
Neo Anderson who's on the European leg of his promotional tour for film "John Wick: Chapter 2" talked about the possibility of "The Matrix 4". It's been 13 years since the actor donned the black leather coat that started all the leather mania back in the early 2000's. Although there's no news that it's a possibility, Reeves' willingness might open the doors and windows for the fourth sequel of the mega sci-fi franchise.
Keanu Reeves as Neo Anderson Returns with Conditions
Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne's reunion in "John Wick: Chapter 2" made some diehard fans of "The Matrix" franchise which for a fourth sequel. Neo and Morpheus were last seen on screen 13 years ago on "The Matrix: Revolution". Every time they get into a dialogue in "John Wick", one can't help but recall the red pill- blue pill conversation.
Actor Keanu Reeves is at it too. He recently said he's willing to reprise his role as Thomas A. Anderson but with specific conditions: that The Wachowski siblings write and direct the movie once again, Den of Geek reported.
"The Matrix" trilogy was by The Wachowski siblings. It's a sci-fi movie that revolved around a computer programmer named Thomas A. Anderson (Keanu Reeves), who sidelines as a hacker named Neo. Neo discovers that he lives in The Matrix, a veiled world created by the machines to enslave humans without them knowing.
Having learned the truth, he embarks on a save-the-world mission with Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, and other renegades from the last city on Earth, Zion. It was a mind-blowing movie that shaped and reshaped the world and how we perceive it. But the wows went downhill in "Reloaded" and "Revolution".
Nevertheless, it remains to be one of the iconic sci-fi movies in film history and it remains to hold one of the most steadfast cult following. Will a part four become a possibility?
Keanu Reeves on The Matrix 4: Will it Ever Happen?
The Wachowskis are currently working on their Netflix sci-fi series "Sense 8". The last big screen project they made was "Jupiter Ascending", which was a horrible project, critically and monetary, NME reported.
"The Matrix: Revolution" pretty much wrapped up the entire franchise so another sequel is totally unnecessary. But if you look at the direction that the Star Wars has taken, nothing is impossible.