What you need to know about ‘The Matrix Reloaded’: A guide to the Matrix reboot

The Matrix Reloaded was the third movie in the rebooted Matrix franchise, and it’s been a long time since a new film has appeared in the franchise.

That all changed when Neo, a clone of Adam, went rogue.

This time, however, it’s a new movie that will be coming to theaters in 2018, but not the reboot that the series has been known for.

Instead, it’ll be called The Matrix: Reloaded, a reboot of the franchise that features the same main cast of characters from the first film and a few new ones.

The film will follow a newly created team of heroes known as The Matrix Initiative, and they’ll be fighting Neo in an attempt to save humanity.

Neo, as he is known, is a computerized version of Adam.

The movie opens in 2019 with Adam on the run.

The Matrix has been taken over by an AI called The Machine, who is in turn controlled by The Architect, who runs the Matrix as the government.

In the meantime, Adam is on the hunt for a new weapon that can defeat the Machine, the Omnidroid, but it’s the Machine’s weapon that Adam will use to defeat Neo.

Neo must defeat the Omnideroid and prevent Adam from using it on humanity.

The Matrix reboot was directed by Christopher Nolan, who previously wrote and directed the first two Matrix films.

It’s a huge departure from the series’ formula, which was essentially set up as a franchise-ending trilogy that would be followed by a third film.

Nolan is no stranger to the franchise either, having written and directed eight of the nine movies in the series.

The first movie was set to arrive on December 23, 2017, but was delayed.

This is because Nolan had to rewrite the script and take on new roles for the films, including the lead role in The Matrix Revolutions: The Final Chapter.

Nolan’s film was released on May 20, 2018, and the sequel was scheduled for December 5, 2018.

The second film, titled The Matrix, will be the third film in the Matrix trilogy.

It was directed and written by Christopher Moore, who wrote the first five films.

The series ended on January 10, 2021, and Nolan will return as director for the third installment, titled “The Matrix Revisions: The Last Stand.”

Nolan will direct the third Matrix film, which will star Michael Fassbender, Daniel Kaluuya, and Dafne Keen.

It will be a follow-up to the original “The Last Stand,” which starred Josh Brolin and Tom Hardy.

Nolan was previously attached to direct a reboot called The Last of Us.

The story will focus on Jesse Pinkman, a young man who returns home to New York after spending several years in the forest.

Nolan is returning to the world of the Matrix to help direct a sequel that will explore the events of The Last.

The first film was directed in the style of the early “Terminator” movies, with a large amount of action and action scenes.

Nolan has previously worked on “The Dark Knight,” “Man of Steel,” “The Mummy,” “Fantastic Four,” and “Blade Runner.”