Carrie-Anne Moss Wants To Team Up Again With Keanu Reeves — In The John Wick Movies

We aren't the only ones who are feeling Carrie-Anne Moss and Keanu Reeves' delightful reunion. The duo became an iconic team starring as Neo and Trinity in "The Matrix" and it's nice to see them back together and kicking ass in "The Matrix Resurrections." Hell, if anything, we wanted to see them both on screen more often in Lana Wachowski's latest "Matrix" movie. Now that they've both been officially reunited (on the silver screen that is), Moss is making it known that she'd be down to work with Reeves a little more often, and by that, we mean that Moss is gunning for a spot in the "John Wick" universe.

In an interview with People about the newest "Matrix" movie, Moss was asked about her favorite Keanu Reeves flick, and she spoke effusively about his role as the over-the-top assassin in "John Wick," a franchise that's already three movies deep and not stopping anytime soon. As Moss said:

I love John Wick. I really started to understand Keanu's outrageous gift for telling story through his body. And I didn't fully understand that until I went deep into John Wick with one of my children. It was very bonding for us too. It was amazing to have that experience with my son and to watch the depth that Keanu is able to [create] with his body. It's really an art form.

How sweet! How kind! This is like when a coworker compliments you in a meeting. Or when your mom calls you her favorite child. Or when someone (literally anyone) agrees with you online.

A Better Matrix Reunion

If you're wondering what Reeves said when People asked him the same question, he kind of went with the cop out answer, but it was also a very charming response:

I'm going to stay with Trinity, I think. But in all your performances, your eyes, I always see what's behind the eyes, what communicates. And there's always such a present-ness and even in vulnerability, a strength.

It's fine if you blanked and forgot Moss's resume, Reeves, you just have to say that. Regardless, Moss's appreciation for Reeves and her affection for "John Wick" is kind of thrilling. Clearly they both work well together when it comes to action movies, and what franchise has more cool stunts laminated into its dough like a heart pumping croissant than "John Wick?" It might be too late for Moss to sneak into "John Wick: Chapter 4," but why not "John Wick: Chapter 5?" Considering Laurence Fishburne (who played Morpheus in "The Matrix") already has a spot in the "John Wick" cinematic universe, this might be a better "Matrix" reunion than "The Matrix Resurrections." This has to be synergy, right? This has to be what people are talking about when they use that garbage word.

Reeves clearly agreed because Moss's interest in "John Wick" spurned a fun back-and-forth between the two, with Reeves asking, "You want to play an assassin?" and Moss responding, "I'd love it." The conversation ended with Reeves saying, "Be careful for what you wish for. I'm on it now," which makes it sound like he's just as into the idea as Moss.

It's fun to watch two people who so clearly enjoy working with each other make something cool, and it's even more fun to imagine what Moss could do with a role in "John Wick." Make it happen, Keanu! If anyone can, it's you.