This site is set up specifically for you to read and comment on Matrix Resurrected, A Fourth Episode that Expands the Matrix Trilogy. It’s a completely new story and a bit of a mind bender, if I do say so myself. So strap yourself in and enjoy the ride.Click here >> Matrix Resurrected << to download the script.
About the Matrix ResurrectedI know that many people loved the story just as it ended in Matrix Revolutions; but there are also many who wished that it would continue on. I’m one of the latter. I saw a whole new level where it could go. So, with much persistence, I wrote another episode. It paints a picture of what might have happened before The Matrix and after Matrix Revolutions; sort of a prequel/sequel, I guess. Matrix Resurrected picks up directly where Matrix Revolutions ended. Hopefully, it has the potential to be made into a fourth Matrix movie, the gods (i.e. The Wachowski Brothers) willing.
Note: Reading the screenplay in many sittings over many days or weeks will make it difficult to follow. To keep details fresh in your mind and to retain the impact of the story, I highly suggest you read it in one or perhaps two sittings, much the way it would be viewed if it were a movie. At 120 pages it should take most people between 1 1/2 to 2 hours to read the whole thing. People who’ve enjoyed it the most seem to have read it all at once.
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Thanks for visiting and I hope you enjoy the story. PD Wood
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