I read the whole Dune series up to some of the written-by-the-guy's-son stuff while I was in summer school for failing freshman english. Handwritten book reports, the whole nine. I'm always up for watching somebody's interpretation of it, haven't hated the past attempts. P.S. I've been on the Zendaya train since she started as a Disney kid.
Neil Patrick Harris? Why not. The girl who looks like she stepped out of the good side of Mortal Engines? Alright. Complete lack of green wash and are we or are we NOT even IN the Matrix right now? Either a creative decision that'll change by the release date or something they'll use to introduce uncertainty but - yeah, I'm signed up and can't wait.
Boter, formerly of TF.N as Boter and DarthArjuna. I like making movies and playing games, in one order or another.
I know right? My mind is already spinning with possibilities, and obviously it's not gonna be any of this exactly if at all but right now my lead theory is
following Revolutions the architect managed to save Neo's life and plug him into a smaller version of the Matrix that he could use to poke and prod Neo's psyche to figure out why he was able to break the pattern, while repressing Neo's memories via the blue pills. Hence the split between the Blue tint of Neo's cage (NPH's glasses etc) and the more orange tones of The Matrix v7.0 matching the end of Revolutions.
The Oracle finds out and sends the now adult Sati, who has spent the last 18 years or however long it's been learning how to manipulate and navigate the backdoors, to break Neo out and bring him back to the real Matrix and maybe even get him out again (Shots of one of the ships in the ruins of a city). Although young Morpheus is still a giant question mark, but clearly Lana is doing a /thing/ with him because it's not like Fishburne wasn't down to do another one. And then there's the whole meta aspect where the actual '99 movie exists in universe, or at least in one of the versions of the Matrix which is just flabbergasting and interesting as hell, the closest theory I've seen to make sense of it is the machines giving Neo the life of a moviestar who starred in the movie "The Matrix", so he's rich and famous and happy in his life (ie. not miserable and trying to escape ala Thomas Anderson's first go around), and could help explain any relapsed memories as "Oh that was just from the movie". But I mean, way too early to make any calls on that one, but it's a fun idea.