It’s been over a long time since The Matrix was delivered, yet Laurence Fishburne still keeps a couple tokens from the movie. The earth shattering sci-fi action movie depicted a dystopian reality where men were unknowingly living inside simulations. It featured Keanu Reeves leading the pack job of Neo, a software engineer who opens reality and tries to break free. Fishburne played the iconic person Morpheus, the head of a gathering of individuals liberated from the machines.
In a new interview with Collider, Fishburne uncovered that he kept various “bits and pieces” from the movies he’s made all through his vocation. According to the 59-year-old entertainer, he still has the caps that he’s ragged in various films, just as his Predators head protector. At the point when gotten some information about his souvenirs from The Matrix, Fishburne admitted that he still had Morpheus’ iconic shades and necktie.
I have my glasses from The Matrix and my tie from The Matrix?I was gifted those. I have various caps from movies that I’ve done over the years?There’s a cap that I utilized in King of New York that I still have, the cap that I wore in School Days that I still have. I have a ton of bits and pieces from the movies I’ve made throughout the long term.
Fishburne’s nonattendance from The Matrix 4 methods fans may never will see the entertainer wear his recognizable outfit again. While it is difficult to imagine The Matrix franchise without the veteran star’s commanding presence, it will be interesting to see where The Matrix 4’s story will go given the drastic change. Up until now, it is muddled whether Morpheus will be totally out of the plot or the person will be played by another entertainer. If it is the last mentioned, whoever is cast to assume the part will unquestionably have big shoes to fill as Fishburne’s paramount presentation has genuinely left a lasting heritage on mainstream society.