Matrix 4 – Resurrected

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 4 -Matrix Resurrected << to download the script. 

Here Are a Few Reader Comments to Whet your Appetite:

” …i was quite satisfied by the way the Trilogy ended. And i could not imagine watching another sequel even if it was created by the Wachowski brothers themselves. So when i came across your site, it was with a kinda vengeance that i downloaded the pdf (script)….but no sooner had i gone thru the first 5 pages, i have to admit that i was hooked. ”  Tinu

” As I got half way through, I was expecting to be let down, patiently waiting to pounce on any flaw I could find, but it didn’t happen. I was simply blown away to the end. ” Corry

” This was actually near perfection for me. To be one hundred percent honest… I cannot see how any director would turn down this amazing potential. I can only hope something of such quality gets the attention it deserves.” Aiden

…I believe your screenplay has more potential to reach the screen than any other Matrix continuation. Find a publisher, gain legal advice on retaining adaptive rights to the original material & move forward. With material this good, you can’t fail.” Ben the Believer

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Approximately 770,000 views and 800 thought-provoking comments since 2007. Thanks everyone. (Note: recently this site was inadvertently deleted by the hosting company and all data was lost, so no comments before that time are currently available in the comments section – major disappointment. But if you’d like to ready the ones I was able to recover, they are available here in a downloadable Word doc – approx. 209 pages. Yes, 209.)


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15 thoughts on “Matrix 4 – Resurrected”

  1. Yes, that was really great, questions:

    1 – how long did it take you to write it?
    2- what made you think all of that up? thirteenth floor?
    3 – do you think part 4 coming soon will be similar?

    1. Hi Leon,

      1) Off and on over a year, probably 200 hours (and infinite little edits!)
      2) Just came to me after episode 2. Can’t explain it really. Just took a cur from The Wachowskis
      3) Gez, that would be cool… but I doubt it. We’ll see. Either way, I’m excited.

      Thanks for the comment.

      PD Wood

    1. Hi Sam,

      I appreciate you remembering the Rememory story, but I’ve decided to keep it on the shelf for the time being and let Resurrected stand alone. I may perhaps send it out on the airwaves in the future, and if I do, I’ll announce it here. Thanks again for checking in. And I hope Resurrected satisfies you enough.

      PD Wood

  2. The Matrix Revolutions movie left it open for another Sequel. What did the little girl ask the Oracle at the end? Will we ever see him again? The Oracle replied, Oh, I suppose so, in time. Kind of a strange answer for the End of the Trilogy.

  3. I had to stop reading the script as I felt like it would spoil an amazing M4. I can only hope the machines allow your script to be produced. Very impressive. Great job and thanks for sharing this with the World.

  4. The problem i have with Reloaded and Revolutions is Neo becomes an accessory of war and a symbol of hope, which is all expected for a hero like him. But what was interesting about Neo is how his human side coexists with his godly side, the humanity in him seems entirely absent throughout the 2 sequels or only shoehorned in when convenient for the story. He becomes predictable and without any deeper cause than the simple ideals like “peace” or “love”.

    The first movie focused on Neo’s reality and how others viewed him. Which carries on in the sequels very flatly. The sequels focus on the overarching war and bigger philosophic picture of the matrix and as mentioned, Neo is just an accessory to this. Which simply wasn’t as entertaining to watch.

    Neo loses all sense of directive in reloaded and simply waits for oracle to feed him “what he needs to hear”. While in the first matrix, Neo had missions, finding the truth about the matrix, saving Morpheus, making choices. It only repeats in reloaded, finding out the extended truth of the matrix from the the Architect when our original explanation was enough, making the choice to save Trinity and once again proving he is the one when it is known.

    This script I read is more focused on Neo’s story and its going in a much better direction. Although consider some loose ends are better left untied. The bigger plot can feel unnecessarily cumbersome. It is the question that drives us after all. And an observation i have of this script is it pairs questions with answers too regularly.

    1. Sorry I haven’t responded earlier. Yes, I can remove the ip addresses from the word doc, but that will take some time (it’s a BIG file) and I might not get to it for a few weeks.

      thanks for dropping by.

      PD Wood

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