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MOVIES: Matrix Creator Lana Wachowski Says Parents’ Deaths Led to “Resurrections”

The Matrix Resurrections

Lana Wachowski has explained how dealing with the loss of her parents inspired her to re-enter the Matrix.

The Matrix has long been a favourite for movie-lovers. But despite the current prevalence of remakes, co-creators Lana and Lilly Wachowski for years insisted that there would be no reboots of the franchise, instead electing to focus on other projects like Netflix series, Sense8.

That all changed with the announcement that Lana would write and direct The Matrix Resurrections, in 2019. At the film’s San Francisco premiere on Sunday (19 December), Lana explained how she had a change of heart after her parents died.

“When mom and dad passed, I went to [Lilly] and said, ‘Look, this idea came to me. I can see that it’s about me working with my grief, and I was thinking, do you want to work on it together?’” she told The Hollywood Reporter.

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