‘The Matrix Resurrections’ trailer to drop Thursday, WB launches website to see first footage

It’s been more than two decades since Neo had to choose between the red or blue pill, but 18 years after the last “Matrix” film, fans will be able to jump back into “The Matrix.”

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In advance of Thursday’s release of “The Matrix Resurrections” trailer, Warner Bros. has launched a new website that will have a custom outcome depending on choices made by the user.

WhatIsTheMatrix.com launched Tuesday and users will have to work to get their first look at an extended preview of the film.

First, they have to pick the red or blue pill, much like Keanu Reeves did in the original “Matrix.”

What users see will also depend on the time of day they choose.

One teaser shows Reeves’ return and features Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, telling you that you have to fight to see the footage you want to view .

Another is voiced by someone who sounds similar to Agent Smith from the original film.

According to Entertainment Weekly, there are 180,000 video variations with different clips and narration from the movie’s cast.

This isn’t the first time some fans have seen clips, as the trailer was played at CinemaCon earlier this year. But this is the first time that footage has been released to the general public.

Along with Reeves and Abdul-Mateen II, Christina Ricci, Carrie-Anne Moss, Ellen Hollman, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Jonathan Groff and Jada Pinkett Smith have been cast.

“The Matrix Resurrections” will premiere on both the big screen and on HBO Max on Dec. 22.

The trailer will be released Thursday at 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT, Digital Spy reported.