Time is folding in on itself as Warner Bros have announced that they are all set to reboot The Matrix for a new generation. A generation who can’t remember 1999. The film follows a lowly computer hacker as he’s elevated to the level of digital godhead upon discovering that all life as we know it is a mere smokescreen being created by an enclave of humans living in caves and warding off robotic squids.
The Matrix has recently been back in the news because it has been symbolically embraced by members of the so-called “alt-right” (Nazis) who have misappropriated the essential conspiracy theory element of the film, in which reality is revealed by the ingestion of a simple coloured pill. But back in another, possibly more cosy digital reality – Twitter – initial reactions to the news have been rolling in…
"Warner Bros. in early talks to reboot The Matrix." pic.twitter.com/rxMy6RClzQ
— Charles Lai (@comtar) March 15, 2017
— Adam Orth (@adam_orth) March 15, 2017
— ChrisLanamPhoto (@IndyandMarion) March 15, 2017
— William Braun (@TheCinemaMan101) March 15, 2017
— Blossom Rose (@itsbrose_24) March 15, 2017
— J Bernard Moore (@BrokenSStudios) March 15, 2017
— AndrewTheAVP™©® (@BosCityFAN) March 15, 2017
— ToluRachaelAkisanya (@trakisanya) March 15, 2017
— Alternative Fat (@shizbgby) March 15, 2017
— Muhd Lukman (@muhdlukman) March 15, 2017
What are you thoughts about a possible The Matrix reboot? Let us know @LWLies
Published 15 Mar 2017
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