But on a more serious note, she added, "He thought it was special, so that's good."
While discussing the overall impact of the Matrix films and how it felt to play Sati, an exile program created with no objective, Chopra said, "I believe the Matrix franchise really shifted pop culture in a big way. To be inducted in this hall of fame in a way was awesome, and also to have the responsibility of playing this character who was nurtured and positioned in the previous movie in such an amazing way and there was a foreshadowing about her role in Neo’s journey, so I was very excited to be able to take on that responsibility."
FYI, you can get a first look at the actress as Sati in this Matrix Resurrections teaser, where Sati informs both Niobe (Jada Pinkett Smith) and Neo (Keanu Reeves) that the Matrix has been destabilized.
If Jonas's reaction is any indication, it looks like this sequel will have no shortage of complex storylines and epic action sequences. Fans can expect to see it in theaters this Wednesday, December 22.
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