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  1. Now that we've seen the fourth installment of The Matrix, it's hard not to wonder if there will be more. If you’re still trying to process the meta thrill ride that The Matrix Resurrections offered up, you’re not alone. The fourth installment of the legendary film franchise has left fans reeling in more ways than one. Some are wondering what to make of the film’s new twists and turns, and others are wondering what, if anything, comes next. Luckily, one of the film’s producers has weighed in on whether we can expect Resurrections to be the beginning of a new trilogy. Nearly 20 years passed between The Matrix Revolutions and its follow-up. Given how accustomed we all are to The Matrix being a trilogy, this fourth film has brought up as many questions as it answered – especially surrounding the future of the franchise. In a conversation with Fandango, Matrix Resurrection producer James McTeigue was asked whether a reference to a sequel trilogy in the film was a harbinger of more movies to come. He had a surprisingly direct answer: " Not at the moment. I think for us at the moment, this film just lives within this film. We haven't spoken or thought about sequels yet. So, no, not at the moment. " This answer probably should not come as a surprise to Matrix fans. McTeigue is not the first person to insinuate that Resurrections could be a standalone addition to the film series. Warner Bros. has deferred to Lana Wachowski on the matter of whether any sequels are on the horizon. Wachowski, for her part, has made it clear that she wasn’t even originally planning on making the fourth film, so it seems as though future installments were not a part of her long-term plan either. That doesn’t mean the door is closed forever on another Matrix film. If the inspiration strikes, it seems as though Warner Bros. would be happy to greenlight it. With another thriving franchise still keeping him busy, Keanu Reeves isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. He has shared that he agreed to do The Matrix Resurrections because he was moved by the storyline, which centered on Neo and Trinity’s relationship. So, all it may take to get him back on board is a solid character arc. The last question is whether fans would be on board for another Matrix movie, too. The overall reaction to The Matrix Resurrections has been mixed so far, with some enjoying its mind-bending story and cleverly hidden Easter eggs, and others finding it to be an unnecessary addition to the franchise. Resurrections ends in a way that could serve as a fitting conclusion for the series, but also offers enough loose ends to justify a future revisit. We’ll just have to wait and see whether Lana Wachowski wants to bring us back down the rabbit hole again. In the meantime, The Matrix Resurrections is playing in theaters and streaming on HBO Max.
  2. These movies made us laugh more than any other new releases from the past year. With the world continuing to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic throughout 2021, there have been many times in the last year when all of us have collectively needed a good laugh – and fortunately Hollywood was there for us in that respect. Between some of the best filmmakers in the industry flexing their comedic muscles and surprise hits that came out of nowhere, the last 12 months saw a number of awesome comedy movies hit theaters and streaming services and they made us cackle until it hurt. To celebrate these awesome cinematic successes, we’ve put together this Top 10 list highlighting the best of the best from the past year. Keeping in mind that the ranking prioritizes funny above all else, let’s dig in! Raya and Sisu in Raya and the Last Drag 10. Raya And The Last Dragon There were a number of funny animated movies released in 2021, including Michael Rianda and Jeff Rowe's The Mitchells vs. The Machines and Jared Bush, Byron Howard, and Charise Castro Smith’s Encanto, but in the comedy department the edge belongs to Don Hall, Carlos López Estrada, and Paul Briggs’ Raya And The Last Dragon, earning it the number 10 spot on this list. Its advantage? The effervescent presence of Awkwafina as Sisu. The young star has proven to be a bright spot in anything she does, and earlier this year she got us laughing hard with her antics as an unconventional mythical hero. Her raspy voice and quick comedic timing translate beautifully in animation, and there is a great buddy rapport with Kelly Marie Tran’s Raya that is as solid a dynamic as any of its kind in live-action in the last year. Ryan Reynolds looking shocked as Guy in Free Guy 9. Free Guy When properly utilized, Ryan Reynolds can deliver laughs as big as any star in Hollywood, and in 2021 his prime performance was in Shawn Levy’s Free Guy. It’s a very different turn than his cynical, R-rated antics in the Deadpool movies, but few can play ridiculous optimism like he can, and it’s the driving force behind the video game-inspired adventure. Shawn Levy is a big go-to guy for family-friendly adventure, and on beyond taking advantage of Ryan Reynolds natural charm he has a good deal of fun playing with the tropes of gamer culture and the strange physics that the setting provides. Lil Rel Howery gives a standout supporting performance, and Jodie Comer demonstrates some surprising comedic chops while also being the movie’s big badass. Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in The Jungle Cruise. 8. Jungle Cruise Jaume Collet-Serra’s Jungle Cruise took a hell of a long time to get into theaters, as principal photography was completed all the way back in 2018, but when it did finally hit the big screen and Disney+ this summer, it proved to be worth the wait. In addition to spinning a fun adventure based on the Disneyland ride, the movie also sports some of the most charismatic leads of the year, with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt proving to have great comedic chemistry together. After years of trying to adapt other classic theme park rides for the big screen, Disney finally managed to match the terrific energy of the first Pirates of the Caribbean with Jungle Cruise. As one would hope, the puns are charmingly bad, but the highlight is the back and forth between Dwayne Johnson’s Captain Frank Wolff and Emily Blunt’s Lily Houghton, who both get to sling some sharp barbs in addition to pulling off some entertaining physical comedy. Tiffany Haddish dangling Eric Andre off a building in Bad Trip 7. Bad Trip Despite my previously established appreciation for the comedy of Eric André, I can’t say that I went into Kitao Sakurai’s Bad Trip with the highest expectations – assuming the “prank” movie genre was pretty well-cornered by Sacha Baron Cohen and the Jackass gang – but limited expectations can provide the best surprises, and this is a case in point. Those who aren’t into blue/gross-out humor need not apply, but it’s genuinely impressive how much mileage the movie is able to get out of unabashed shamelessness. Not every bit in Bad Trip works, but the ones that do click make you laugh until you need a moment to catch your breath. Milana Vayntrub and Sam Richardson in werewolves Within 6. Werewolves Within When it comes to end of year lists, any film that is able to successfully juggle genres and tones has opportunity to show up in multiple places, and that’s the position Josh Ruben’s Werewolves Within is in. Just a few days ago I ranked the movie as the fifth best horror feature of 2021, and now it’s time to laud it for how funny it is. Delivering that special awkward energy that made him such a delight on Veep and Detroiters, Sam Richardson is brilliant as Finn Wheeler, a ranger who finds himself assigned to a mountain town in the midst of a lycanthrope attack, and he is surrounded by an amazing ensemble of character actors who make spectacular comedic fodder as chaos ever escalates. I said it before, and I’ll say it again: Werewolves Within is a strong candidate to be called the best video game movie ever. The Suicide Squad 5. The Suicide Squad Most of the comic book movies released in 2021 are ultimately too serious to qualify as one of the best comedies of the year, but James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is the big exception. The filmmaker’s comedic sensibilities have been a driving force in his work ever since he made his directorial debut with the horror comedy Slither in 2006, and with DC Films giving him the go-ahead to go buck wild with crazy R-rated action for the summer blockbuster, he did just that and created one of the funniest films of the last 12 months. James Gunn’s ear for witty banter is working at full force in The Suicide Squad, and the spectacular ensemble cast he put together is impeccable in their delivery. It’s actually hard to even nail down which character is the funniest – be it John Cena’ Peacemaker, Sylvester Stallone’s King Shark, Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, or Daniela Melchior – because as soon as your brain puts up a candidate, your brain immediately reminds you of a hysterical sequence that puts someone else in the comedy spotlight. Lea Seydoux and Benicio del Toro in The French Dispatch 4. The French Dispatch Twenty-five years after the release of Bottle Rocket, cinephiles have made it clear that some are delighted by the whimsy of Wes Anderson, and others very much aren’t – but those of who are of the former persuasion got a hell of a lot to love in 2021 with the release of The French Dispatch. With the filmmaker taking a crack at making an anthology feature, the movie is an awesome five-for-the-price-of-one deal (including the wraparound story), and each has a different flavor that inspires big laughs. The second chapter, “The Concrete Masterpiece,” is The French Dispatch’s funniest, as the premise about the homicidal artist (Benicio Del Toro) is played with perfect pitch, and Adrien Brody is the precise kind ridiculous in his rage flusters – but all of the segments have their own big laughs even among more somber and dramatic moments. It delivers exactly what you want from a Wes Anderson film. Cooper Hoffman and Alana Haim in Licorice Pizza 3. Licorice Pizza Paul Thomas Anderson has made some extremely grim and dark dramas (e.g. There Will Be Blood, The Master, and Magnolia), but some of his best works have been his lighter movies (e.g. Punch Drunk Love, Inherent Vice), and Licorice Pizza is a fantastic addition to the latter canon. It’s the filmmaker’s first crack at making a coming-of-age story, and the youthful energy is possesses is wild, endearing, and joyous. There’s a terrific rambunctiousness to the hijinks of the lead characters – played flawlessly by Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman – but that’s paired with a wonderful ambitiousness that is genuinely endearing. The executed revenge against Bradley Cooper’s Jon Peters is the movie’s comedic highlight, but there are big laughs throughout, from Gary’s surprise arrest at the Teenage Fair that ends up being a bizarre case of mistaken identity, to Alana’s unfortunate tumble off the back of a motorcycle driven by Sean Penn’s Jack Holden. Rosamund Pike in I Care A Lot. 2. I Care A Lot J Blakeson’s I Care A Lot is a different kind of entry on this list, as it’s a comedy, but it also has a heart that is shriveled and black and pumps viscous tar. There isn’t a single redeemable human being among the cast of characters, as they are all either motivated by awful intent or willful ignorance, and it’s disturbing to think that it actually reflects a real part of modern society – but what’s magical about its sociopathic darkness is that it hits a point where it succeeds in being hysterically funny. While audiences are naturally repelled by bad people doing bad things to good people, the rules are completely different when it’s bad people doing bad things to other bad people, and I Care A Lot is that notion incarnate. Rosamund Pike’s Marla Grayson puts the “devilish” in “devilish grin,” playing a lead even more evil than Gone Girl’s Amy Dunne, and the darkness in the film keeps you guessing and laughing right up until the shocking ending. barb & star go to vista del mar annie mumolo kristen wiig 1. Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar After the spectacular success of Paul Feig’s Bridesmaids in 2011, it took nearly a full decade to see the release of a new film written by Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig – but even if it takes another 10 years for them to make a third feature, it will be worth it if the movie is only half as phenomenal as Josh Greenbaum’s Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar. It is one of the most unrepentantly goofy comedies in recent memory, and far and away the most successful title in 2021 at inducing fits of hysterical laughter. Critics may be praising Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, but Jamie Dornan has no greater cinematic moment in the past year than his lovelorn ballad in Barb and Star that has him praying to seagulls on the beach for romantic guidance. The incessant babble produced Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig as the titular leads is miraculous in how consistently funny it manages to be, and Damon Wayans Jr. has some of the best scene-stealing moments of the year as Darlie Bunkle, the world’s least clandestine secret agent. It’s an endless delight, and the best comedy of 2021. We can only hope that there will be as many movies next year that make us laugh as hard as we did at this selection of titles. For a full look at what’s ahead in the next 12 months, both on the big screen and on streaming, check out our 2022 Movie Release Calendar.
  3. Stan Lee's presence remains. Marvel fans and creators lost the iconic Stan Lee back in 2018, but most of us are still getting used to not seeing him make a cameo in the latest Marvel Studios offerings. The legendary comic-book whiz has been integral to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but his final on-screen cameo was as a driving hippie shouting “Make love, not war” in Avengers: Endgame. A cameo wasn’t possible for Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: No Way Home, but eagle-eyed fans have been pointing out an Easter egg that makes a sweet reference to Lee, and it’s very appropriate. There’s no official screen grab of this moment yet, so the next time that you are heading to the theaters to watch Spider-Man: No Way Home, look at the license plate on the front of the taxi cab that is parked behind the MIT recruiter who Peter (Tom Holland) tracks down on the Doctor Octopus bridge. The plate reads 1228, and while Jon Watts usually puts references to comic book issues on the license plates in his movies (and there are some in No Way Home), this numerical combination actually calls out Stan Lee’s birthday, December 28. The Stan Lee cameos trace back to the earliest days of Marvel movies, even outside of the MCU. The Marvel Comics publisher rescued an innocent bystander from falling brick in Sam Raimi’s initial Spider-Man movie, released in 2002. Shortly before that, he played a hot dog vendor on the beach in 2000’s X-Men, establishing a trend that would carry him through decades of appearances. When Spider-Man transitioned over to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, Stan Lee followed. In the latter film, Lee was a neighbor shouting out his window at Spider-Man when the do-gooder triggered a car alarm. But Jon Watts never tried to include a cameo in Spider-Man: Far From Home, as it was collectively decided to put an end to that practice following Lee’s passing, and making Avengers: Endgame the last movie to showcase him. So many fans keep taking to social media to lament the fact that Stan Lee didn’t get a chance to watch this amazing movie, which connects the past to the present and is a celebration of all things Spider-Man. Lee couldn’t see Spider-Man: No Way Home, but millions of other audience members did. After two weekends in theaters, the blockbuster has earned more than $1 billion at the global box office, and that’s without the significant contributions that normally come from China (the movie hasn’t opened there, and might not). It will be fascinating to see where Spider-Man goes from here, but it’s very safe to say, audiences from around the world will follow.
  4. The hybrid release model may have hurt the Matrix movie's box office. As expected, Jon Watts' Spider-Man: No Way Home has continued to dominate at the box office. The Marvel blockbuster not only annihilated all previously existing theatrical release records going back to the start of the pandemic in March 2020, but it also had the second biggest opening of all time, and it just keeps adding big numbers to its global total. Unfortunately, what's good news for the web-slinger is bad news for Lana Wachowski's The Matrix Resurrections, which is struggling big time on the big screen. Check out the full Top 10 chart for the weekend below, and join me after for analysis! Spider-Man: No Way Home Weekend Box Office December 24-26, 2021 TITLE WEEKEND GROSS DOMESTIC GROSS LW THTRS 1. Spider-Man: No Way Home $81,500,000 $467,331,855 1 4,336 2. Sing 2 $23,760,000 $39,405,000 3,892 3. The Matrix Resurrections $12,000,000 $22,500,000 3,552 4. The King’s Man $6,350,000 $10,009,631 3,180 5. West Side Story $2,800,000 $23,915,766 3 2,810 6. Licorice Pizza $2,327,000 $3,665,819 786 7. A Journal For Jordan $2,200,000 $2,200,000 2,500 8. Encanto $2,000,000 $88,277,840 2 2,800 9. Ghostbusters: Afterlife $1,235,000 $120,460,060 4 1,728 10. Eternals $218,000 $164,500,534 7 360 Spider-Man Took A Big Weekend-To-Weekend Dip, But It Also Hit A Massive Milestone As far as percentage drops go, the news for Spider-Man: No Way Home isn't really all rosy, as an $81.5 million haul represents a 69 percent drop from its opening weekend – but when you're talking about numbers this big (especially after the last two years) it's hard to focus on the negative. After all, had the MCU film only debuted with that number, it will would still rank as the second best opening weekend of 2021 behind the $90 million made by Andy Serkis' Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Cate Shortland's Black Widow would still hold third place, having made $80.4 million in its first three days back in July.) The domestic gross for Spider-Man: No Way Home has grown over $467 million, which is particularly huge when you note that it is now the first film since the start of the pandemic to have made over $1 billion worldwide. And not only will it continue to make money in all of the markets in which it is currently playing as we move into January 2022, but the blockbuster is also still waiting to get its release date in China. Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Far From Home made nearly $200 million when it played in the Asian nation back in 2019, and there is every possibility that the sequel will be able to match that number or maybe even do better. When Spider-Man: No Way Home does start playing in China, it will only create more distance between itself and the rest of the big box office blockbusters out of Hollywood this year. Two Chinese films – Dante Lam, Chen Kaige, and Tsui Hark's The Battle at Lake Changjin and Jia Ling's Hi, Mom – presently occupy the number two and three slots in the ranking of 2021 worldwide grosses, and they are followed by Cary Joji Fukunaga's No Time To Die ($771 million) and Justin Lin's F9 ($721 million). Suffice it to say, Spider-Man: No Way Home's performance is unprecedented compared to every other big screen release we've seen in the last 21 months .By the end of its run, it will be fascinating to see how its numbers compare to the past successes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (overall, it is presently the 10th highest grossing title in the franchise).