The One Show’s Jermaine Jenas gets blasted by co-host Lauren Laverne for dropping Matrix ‘spoiler’

He has become a regular presenter for the BBC magazine show.

And on Tuesday night’s The One Show, Jermaine Jenas, 38, was scolded by co-host Lauren Laverne, 43, for dropping a Matrix spoiler.

Speaking to Matrix Resurrection actress Carrie-Anne Moss, 54, via video link, the former football player noted how her character Trinity died at the end of the final episode, leaving fans of the franchise confused about how she got into the upcoming movie is.

During Tuesday night’s The One Show, Jermaine Jenas, 38, was scolded by co-host Lauren Laverne, 43, for dropping a Matrix ‘spoiler’

Jermain began: ‘Thank you for joining us Carrie-Anne, now you’ve clearly played Trinity in The Matrix movies.

“But a lot of fans are actually surprised to hear you’re in the latest movie because you died at the end of the last one.”

Lauren jumps in and says, “Spoiler!” to which Jermaine insisted, “It was 18 years ago, it’s not a spoiler.”

Lauren added, “It feels like yesterday,” before Jermaine swiped, “It’s not, okay,” before quickly turning his attention back to Carrie-Anne.

Star of The Matrix: During a chat with Carrie-Anne Moss, 54, via a video link, the former football player noted how her character Trinity died at the end of the last episode

Star of The Matrix: During a chat with Carrie-Anne Moss, 54, via a video link, the former football player noted how her character Trinity died at the end of the last episode

Yaks!  Lauren jumps in and says,

Yaks! Lauren jumps in and says, “Spoiler!” to which Jermaine insisted: ‘It was 18 years ago, it’s not a spoiler’

The former sports star asked the actress, “But were you surprised when you got the call?”

Ignoring the co-hosts’ bickering on the air, Carrie-Anne said, “Oh yeah, I was totally shocked. I never saw it coming.

“I got a text from Lana Wachowski, the director of Resurrections, and I literally… er, Keanu [Reeves] jokes that “he had to get up and I should actually sit down”.

“I was excited and said ‘yes’ right away because of the chance to be with Keanu again and to be with Lana and to be Trinity again, and to yell ‘Neo’.

“I mean, it’s the dream job, it’s been the best acting job of my life and it’s beyond acting because I love all the different themes of the movie and just the creative experience is just incredible. I am so grateful.’

Bickering: Lauren added: 'It feels like yesterday', before Jermaine swiped: 'It's not, okay' before quickly turning his attention back to Carrie-Anne

Bickering: Lauren added: ‘It feels like yesterday’, before Jermaine swiped: ‘It’s not, okay’ before quickly turning his attention back to Carrie-Anne

On Monday, Warner Bros. Pictures revealed the second trailer for The Matrix Resurrections, which showed the first glimpse of Jada Pinkett Smith as Zion rebel Niobe.

It’s been 18 years since the public saw the 50-year-old Daytime Emmy winner as the skeptical Logos captain/pilot who was in a relationship with Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne).

“It’s so easy to forget how much noise the Matrix pumps into your head. Something else makes the same kind of noise – war,” Niobe said, wearing age makeup, in the new preview.

More of the plot is teased when the new younger Morpheus – played by Candyman’s Yahya Abdul-Mateen II – said all the characters are “trapped in strange, repeating loops” that they “cannot see.”

“But now is the time to show us what is real,” Morpheus said.

New movie trailer: 'I saw this in a dream.  My dream ended here,

New movie trailer: ‘I saw this in a dream. My dream ended here,” Trinity says in the trailer for the new Matrix movie episode

“They taught you well, made you believe that their world was all you deserved and part of you knew that was a lie. Part of you remembered what was real.’

Lana Wachowski’s revamped vierquel — which hits US/UK theaters and HBO Max on December 22 — mysteriously awakens the late hacker couple who are freedom fighters Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss) and Thomas Anderson/Neo (Keanu Reeves). become alive.

Neo says it’s his ‘turn to believe in’ Trinity, who says she’s been waiting for him all her life, while Trinity says, ‘I saw this in a dream. My dream ended here.’ during what appears to be the climax on a rooftop.

Absent from the new trailer were Neil Patrick Harris, who plays Neo’s psychiatrist in the Matrix, and Christina Ricci whose character has yet to be revealed.

The Wachowskis’ earlier trilogy — The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) — amassed a dazzling $1,633 billion at the worldwide box office, despite declining dismal reviews.

Can it be restarted?  The Wachowskis' earlier trilogy — The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) — amassed a dazzling $1,633 billion at the worldwide box office, despite increasingly dismal reviews

Can it be restarted? The Wachowskis’ earlier trilogy — The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), and The Matrix Revolutions (2003) — amassed a dazzling $1,633 billion at the worldwide box office, despite increasingly dismal reviews

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