‘The Matrix: Resurrections’ Overcomes Censorship And May Premiere In China

Enext December 22 see the light ‘The Matrix Resurrections’, the new movie starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss. While the date on which we will see Neo, Trinity and company on the screen approaches, the good news about the saga is added, and that is seems to have passed China’s censorship and can be seen in the Asian giant, as reported The Hollywood Reporter.

The eastern country has been, for some time, the largest film market in the world, and American productions remain on edge to pass the barriers that China imposes in its cinemas. Overcome the obstacle, ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ may have a release date, something that in western countries will take place on December 22.

The first two Matrix films, however, could hardly be seen on the big screen and Chinese audiences could only do so through pirated dvd. For instance, ‘Matrix Revolutions’ could only be released in just 12 cinemas in Beijing.

The new movie, the fourth in the saga, will mean the return of Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss, in addition to the premiere of performers such as Jada Pinkett Smith and Priyanka Chopra. Under the leadership will be, once again, the sisters Lana y Lilly Wachowski.