Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has had an extraordinary 2019. He started the year stopping people in their tracks as Black Manta in Aquaman, giving the already to some degree two-dimensional character some genuine threat and gravitas, proceeded with an incredible execution in Us and was as of late the focal point of an astounding scene of HBO’s Watchmen. Be that as it may, it appears he won’t back off at any point in the near future, as he’s set to show up in Jordan Peele’s revamp of Candyman, has put his name forward for the new Superman and is likewise immovably ready for The Matrix 4.
Truly, as you’ve most likely heard, Abdul-Mateen II has been cast in the surprising follow-up to the notable hit motion pictures “in a lead job.” At the time, we weren’t told who he’d play, however we currently have affirmation from our sources – similar ones who said Ace Ventura 3 was in progress and that a Scream reboot is pushing ahead, the two of which were later affirmed – that he’ll be depicting a more youthful Morpheus, which fits with prior bits of gossip.
Believe it or not, everything sounds somewhat befuddling, however we’re certain the film itself will comprehend it and on the off chance that one thing’s for sure, it’s that Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will take this job out of the recreation center. The person’s on a genuine series of wins right now, exceeding expectations in damn close to each part he takes. Furthermore, on the off chance that he’s without a doubt our new Morpheus in The Matrix 4, at that point he’ll positively be a commendable beneficiary to the powerful Lawrence Fishburne.