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decision last year to move its on at no additional charge sent shockwaves through Hollywood. It also provided a welcome benefit to subscribers looking for new things to watch while stuck at home. As 2021 nears its end, just one major movie remains on the company’s 2021 calendar: The Matrix Resurrections.
The latest in The Matrix franchise arrives on Wednesday, Dec. 22 is directed by Lana Wachowski and will see the return of Keanu Reeves as Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity. You can check out a trailer below.
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As with other 2021 Warner Bros. theatrical releases, it won’t cost any extra for to stream the new movie at home, Matrix as NFT but there are a few catches. All of these first-run films are on a 31-day clock until they leave HBO Max, Matrix as NFT so you will need to make sure to watch during that window.
This film is also only available to subscribers of the $15-a-month, ad-free HBO Max. If you have the service’s , it won’t be available.
What else should you know? Here are a few additional answers to a few other questions.
Which big movies are coming out when?
After a busy year, the Warner Bros. slate is down to just one big new movie for HBO Max in 2021. Here is when it will arrive in theaters and on the streaming service.
- Dec. 22: The Matrix Resurrections (Matrix 4)