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Reeves and Moss were confirmed to be reprising their roles as Neo and Trinity upon the film's announcement in August 2019.[5] In October 2019, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II was cast in the film, with some sources speculating he would be playing a young Morpheus, while Neil Patrick Harris was added in an undisclosed role.[52][53] Following the first trailer's release, Abdul-Mateen II confirmed that he was indeed playing the role of Morpheus.[8] Laurence Fishburne, who portrayed Morpheus in the original trilogy, announced in August 2020 that he was not asked to reprise his role as Morpheus.[54] Pinkett Smith entered negotiations to reprise her role as Niobe, with Jessica Henwick entering negotiations to join in an undisclosed role,[55][56] later revealed as Bugs.[13] Henwick was being considered by The Walt Disney Company to audition for a role in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) at the same time she was offered to audition for the part of Bugs; in what she described a "red-pill/blue-pill moment" for her, Henwick chose Resurrections over Shang-Chi.[10] Jada Pinkett-Smith and Jessica Henwick were confirmed in December, along with the additions of Jonathan Groff and Toby Onwumere;[57][58] Pinkett-Smith was convinced to return after learning from Wachowski how much the film meant for her. They went through a "couple different versions" for Niobe until they settled to depict the character in an elderly form.[59]

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Joe Pantoliano, who appeared in the first film as Cypher, expressed interest in April 2020 in reprising his role despite his character's death in the first installment and messaged Lana Wachowski about the possibility of bringing him back, but received no response from her.[69] In September 2020, it was announced Daniel Bernhardt was reprising his role as Agent Johnson from The Matrix Reloaded (2003).[31] Christina Ricci was announced as part of the cast in June 2021; she had previously worked with the Wachowskis on Speed Racer (2008).[70] Telma Hopkins was also announced to be part of the cast in September 2021.[21] In December 2021, less than a week before the film's premiere, Henwick confirmed to have filmed a scene with a background cameo appearance of Tom Hardy, as Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021) was being filmed simultaneously with Resurrections, though it is currently unclear if Hardy's appearance was kept in the finished film.[32] After the film's Toronto premiere, it was confirmed that Chad Stahelski, who served a stunt coordinator in the previous films, appeared in the film as "Handsome Chad".[23]

The film debuted second in Russia ($3.9 million), first in Japan ($3.9 million), and first in Thailand ($794,000). Its opening gross was 8% above Eternals (2021) and 12% over Tenet (2020).[117] The film went on to earn $35.2 million in its second weekend,[118] $13.7 million in its third,[119] and $7.7 million in its fourth.[120] In its fifth weekend, the film crossed the $100 million mark outside the U.S. and Canada.[121] The film made $3.5 million in its sixth weekend,[122] and $2.1 million in its seventh.[123]

Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021). This film is too unusual to simply dismiss as a run-of-the-mill superhero film. All the focus is on the connection between Eddie Brock and the symbiotic Venom, and the dialogue flirts with hints of homosexuality between them but the film is also too ridiculous to take any of that seriously, but sometimes uses it as a source of comedy. And in some scenes this works and in other scenes it is dumb. I applaud it for being different, I guess, but what this movie is, I am not sure about.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2021). The nostalgia is strong with this one, but it is quite an entertaining and watchable movie. It borrows and references everything that the original movies did with ghosts (did they really have to reuse everything?) instead of coming up with any new ideas, but this new cast does a good job and the story is kept simple and sweet.

Honestly there's very little Davis in it except for a few seconds (that pops up out of nowhere and creates dissonance between the two styles), and action score is pretty unmemorable. The whole soundtrack is mostly contained of some RCP-like cheap "intense" soundscape music or underscore that resembles Sense8 and does nothing besides, also light on leitmotifs. Not that I'm disappointed, the matrix wasn't their vibe from the start. Nevertheless wow, this is really one emotionless soundtrack. 041b061a72


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