Jessica Jones has just gained another new powerful ally in new cast member Carrie Anne Moss, who is talented actress known for portraying roles in this particular genre. Moss is set to join the cast of one of MARVEL’s latest shows, Netflix and MARVEL’s “AKA Jessica Jones.” Read on to learn more about this story.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Moss’ character does not have a name yet, but she is described as a potentially powerful ally to Krysten Ritter’s character as Jessica Jones. She can be Jones’ ally if the superheroine turned private investigator doesn’t succeed in driving her away first.
Moss is best known for her work in the science fiction and action genre, and is most popularly known for portraying the roles of Trinity in the “Matrix” series, and in its companion piece, “Animatrix.” Aside from that, she is also known for her work on television as Gertrude Verbanski in the espionage and action-comedy series “Chuck.” She portrayed the role from 2011 until the series ended. In both roles, she portrayed powerful women who weren’t afraid to shoot themselves out of a situation, if need be.
Moreover, she joins the ranks of the likes of David Tennant (Killgrave) and Mike Colter (Luke Cage). Another cast member Rachael Taylor is set to portray as Patsy Walker, Jessica’s best friend. Her character will become the superheroine called Hellcat in the future.
“MARVEL’s AKA Jessica Jones” is the second series on Netflix revolving around a member of the MARVEL superhero team known as the Defenders. Aside from “AKA Jessica Jones” and “Daredevil.” MARVEL will also be releasing a series centered on the Iron Fist, and another one revolving around Luke Cage. These four series will culminate in a series entitled “The Defenders.”
And that was all for the latest casting update for Netflix’s “MARVEL’s AKA Jessica Jones”. For more news, updates, and recaps on “MARVEL’s AKA Jessica Jones” and other television shows, keep on following Movie News Guide (MNG).
Catch “MARVEL’s AKA Jessica Jones” when it premieres on Netflix this year, after the premiere of Netflix’s “Daredevil”.
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