Canadian actress Carrie-Anne Moss is back as Trinity in Matrix Resurrections, which hits theaters this Wednesday, December 22.
This Wednesday, December 22, 2021 is a very important day for fans of the saga Matrix. Eighteen years after the end of the first trilogy, the fourth episode of the firm, Matrix Resurrections, finally released in the dark rooms. The opportunity for aficionados to find Keanu Reeves in the role of Neo but also Carrie-Anne Moss in that of Trinity. For the occasion, Closer invites you to discover what has become of the Canadian actress since the end of the trilogy in 2003.
Carrie-Anne Moss had a hard time surfing the success of Matrix. Between 2003 and today, his stakes in films that have worked relatively well on the big screen can be counted on the fingers of one hand. However, let us quote the drama Snow Cake, in 2006, with Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman or, in 2007, the thriller Paranoïak, by DJ Caruso. The Canadian actress has, moreover, chained appearances in hit television series. She notably obtained recurring roles in the series Chuck, Vegas, Crossing Lines or Jessica Jones. Now 54 years old, Carrie-Anne Moss finds the role of Trinity, the one who made her international fame.
Carrie-Anne Moss: “I never thought it was going to be possible to play Trinity again”
And it’s a real happiness for the Canadian actress as she confided in an interview with our colleagues from Konbini: “I was very moved. Just thinking of coming back to work with Lana (Wachowski, the director, editor’s note), Keanu (Reeves, editor’s note), playing Trinity again … I never thought it was going to be possible”. With more than 14 million admissions in theaters in France during the first three episodes, the new Matrix should, once again, be one of the cards of the end of the year in cinema.
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