The creators of The Matrix, Lana and Lilly Wachowski, announced an auction of souvenirs from the film to raise money for a trans-youth charity.
The filmmakers have confirmed on social media that they will be auctioning off props and concept art from The Matrix, but also from Sense8 and V For Vendetta.
“Hello! So Lana and I are doing some spring cleaning in our Raiders of the Lost Ark warehouse and have happily decided to pass on some of the best treasures we’ve been collecting over the years!” she told Lilly to the fans at Twitter.
“There is no ark of the covenants but there are some [artefactos] important and magical! “
The Wachowskis will be raising money for the Cross-Youth Protection & Protection Fund, with their event entitled Enter the Matrix: The Wachowski Collection.
Lana Wachowski recently directed The Matrix: Resurrections without her sister Lilly, explaining how writing the film helped her grieve her parents.
“I never wanted to make another Matrix movie,” he said. “I told everyone for 18 years that I did not want to make another Matrix movie. Lilly told everyone that I did not want to make another Matrix movie. And then I had a tragedy in my life and my parents died.
“I needed something to help me with sadness and make up a story in which two people come back to life that was healing and consolation and I did not judge myself, I wrote just after writing it down. I knew what I was going to do with her, but then I read some of her. ” from history to that woman over there [señalando a alguien fuera de cámara] And he said, ‘My God, you must tell this story.
In a three-star review of The Matrix: Resurrections, NME said, “The inventive combat scenes are certainly truly satisfying if you’ve seen too many toothless superhero movies, and some performances are memorable.”
“In this way, Wachowski offers some timely insights into human nature and complacency, and the fundamental importance of love. This does not give the film a satisfying climax, but it certainly adds to your reflection.”