Még nem tudni mikor kerülnek majd fel online a videók, de a CinemaConon mutatták már őket.
Matrix Resurrections (Deadline):
The trailer begins with Neil Patrick Harris talking to Keanu Reeves’ Neo. A near future San Francisco. It appears that Neo is trapped in a humdrum world, much like his first self in the 1999 movie. He’s just not getting his surroundings.
“Am I crazy?” asks Reeves’ Neo. “We don’t use that word in here,” says Harris’ therapist.
Reeves comes in contact with Carrie Anne Moss’ Trinity in a cafe: “Have we met?” she asks Neo.
A shot of blue pills spilling into a sink, as Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” song plays.
Then a shot of Neo distorting into an old man in the mirror. A younger Morpheus tells Neo “time to fly,” handing him a red pill.
Then a lot of jumping, a lot of twists in midair, karate and all the acrobats we expect from a Matrix movie.
Az új The Batman anyag amolyan “ígykészültnek” tűnik (The Wrap):
The featurette, followed by the DC Fandome trailer released last year, opened with what looks like chaos, with Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne walking through Gotham. From there, he rises, and we hear Reeves promise an “emotional Batman movie” that we’ve never seen before. He also said it’s going to be “radically different” from any other Batman movie we’ve seen before.
Pattison also talked about how so many people have connected to the Batman character, and about how the film is a passion project for Reeves. Reeves also said the film is “grounded the way Year One is,’ referring to “Batman: Year One,” the groundbreaking 1987 miniseries written by Frank Miller that, in case you forgot, also served as the primary basis for Christopher Nolan’s “Batman Begins.”
“For some reason, Batman has always stood as one of the major characters of the 20th century,” Pattinson said in the featurette, adding that “all fights seem very personal” to the character in the upcoming film.