Carrie-Anne Moss, who co-starred in the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow hit actioner “The Matrix,” has signed with the William Morris Agency.
The decision to sign with WMA comes nearly a month after Moss left UTA. Since then, the actress, who currently is lensing “Red Planet” for Village Roadshow/Warner Bros., had taken several meetings with agencies around town before landing at WMA.
While a deal hasn’t been signed, Moss is expected to reprise her co-starring role in the upcoming sequels, “Matrix 2” and “Matrix 3,” both of which will be written and directed by Larry and Andy Wachowski. Pics are expected to go before the cameras in late 2000.
Moss’ other upcoming features “The Crew” opposite Richard Dreyfuss for Touchstone Pictures and the indie “Memento,” opposite Guy Pearce. The actress continues to be managed by Elizabeth Hodgson.