Carrie-Anne Moss resurrects as Trinity in newest Matrix Film
Academy alumna Carrie-Anne Moss (Class of 1988) returns to the “Matrix” as Trinity in the newest installment to the franchise, “Matrix: Resurrections.”
It’s been 18 years since Moss performed on-screen as Trinity, the incredible martial artist, sharpshooter, and hacker. Moss almost didn’t believe that she was back after so many years until she got to perform a stunt alongside her co-star, Keanu Reeves.
"The motorcycle was attached to the camera truck, and we're driving through the city, people are flying by us..." said Moss. "One of the biggest action scenes came very early on in the filming. That was when it got real, like, 'I'm definitely in the Matrix again.' "
Photo courtesy of Entertainment Weekly and Murray Close at Warner Brothers Entertainment.
The film currently has a critical score of 67% on Rotten Tomatoes and a Metascore of 63 on IMDb with David Ehrlich at Indiewire writing, “...its emphasis on the romance between Neo and Trinity allows ‘Resurrections’ to become a devastatingly sincere movie about how love is the best weapon we have to make sense of a world that fills our heads with the white noise of war and conflict on a forever loop.”
The film came out in theaters on December 22, 2021, and on HBO Max. Click here to watch the latest trailer.