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Fishburne Talks MATRIX Sequel Differences
Laurence Fishburne, who reprises the role of Morpheus in the upcoming two Matrix sequels, told SCI FI Wire that the two movies won’t be like other sequels. “It’s not like a regular sequel,” Fishburne said in an interview. “These things are huge, and there’s more characters [and] more people.”
Fishburne added that he appreciated the chance to play an ambiguous character. “My overall experience was that it was wonderful,” he said. “I’m eternally grateful to be a part of The Matrix. It’s this huge juggernaut of a thing. It’s the Star Wars of its time. I get to be Obi-Wan and f-cking Darth Vader all at the same time. When you meet Morpheus, I don’t know about you, but when I saw Morpheus in the movie, I wasn’t taking no f-cking red-pill, blue-pill sh-t. I wasn’t drinking the water. I was like, ‘DON’T TRUST HIM!’ He’s not all good; he’s not all bad. He’s not like the white knight or the black knight. He’s a combination, and therefore he is a real being.”
The first sequel, The Matrix Reloaded, opens May 15. The next film, The Matrix Revolutions, opens Nov. 7, both 2003.