Ellen Hollman, Formerly on 'NCIS: New Orleans,' Joins 'The Matrix 4' and Fans React

Former "NCIS: New Orleans" actress Ellen Hollman joined the "The Matrix" for its fourth franchise. Fans got excited and thrilled about her new role in the famous movie. 

On her Instagram, Hollman posted a screenshot of an online article about her being included in the hit movie franchise "The Matrix" with a lengthy caption. Her post raked positive comments.

Hollman shared about her tough work in the industry within two decades of acting. Hollman added that the upcoming film was a reward for all the hard work she made in the past.

Ellen Hollman at A Gogo by Mash Gallery on February 13, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images

Ellen Hollman at A Gogo by Mash Gallery on February 13, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images

THRILLED FANS

Following her Instagram post, fans couldn't help but rejoice about the news. Hollman's fans commented on her post and sent congratulatory messages.

A fan posted that meeting Hollman for the first time in a Supercon was a highlight of her life. She described the actress as humble and sweet in person. She commented:

"You deserve all of these and more! I cannot wait to see you in this on the big screen!"

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Cat’s out of the bag...or should I say white rabbit?#Matrix4 🐰 Life...when you boil it down, is really just a series of moments isn’t it? Some moments bring an echelon of elation, others a myriad of devastation. Like many of you, I am no stranger to either. Particularly in my chosen career path....yikes. You put up with a lot of sh*t over the course of 2 decades. Moments you’re told you’re “not enough” for an onslaught of reasons (age, height, credits, weight blah blah blah) and you have many who don’t believe in your abilities...some that even fire you. You also have others who are kind to your face but place the dagger carefully in your spine (perhaps because they lack one🤷🏻‍♀️) Regardless of those less than desirable moments, if you choose persevere, if you choose YOU, there is a possibility you can experience a moment like this. Yes, it’s merely a few words on a bright screen in the endless void that is the internet, but to me? This single moment justifies the climb, justifies the doubt, justifies why you: Never. Give.Up. Thank you to ALL who have given me their light and love, their blind encouragement and praise. @stephendunlevy @pmbrownla THANK YOU for all that you are and the @87elevenaction family for your irreplaceable knowledge! Now...into the MATRIX😎🖤 - - - #matrix #matrix4 #neo #trinity #morpheus #actress #drama #action #dreamjob #keanureeves #keanu Phot cred @bkheadshots @thewrap

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CONTINUE TO INSPIRE 

In her post, Hollman added that she went through the ups and downs of her life. She was also being turned down in the past, being told she was not good enough, and some would not believe in her.

"Some moments bring an echelon of elation, others a myriad of devastation. Like many of you, I am no stranger to either," Hollman said pertaining to her chosen career path.

Hollman's specific role, however, remains unidentified.

UNTITLED FOURTH MATRIX

Through her new upcoming film, she wanted to continue inspiring other people to never give up. She urges them to persevere on their chosen craft.

Hollman played Amelia Parsons, a hitwoman hired by Associate Attorney General Eric Barlow (Doug Savant), to target Pride from 2018-2019.

As reported by Cheat Sheet, the "The Matrix" franchise's upcoming fourth movie has been filming for some time in San Fransisco. 

The management has yet to decide on the movie's name. Hollman's specific role, however, remains unidentified, according to The Wrap. 

She will play together with "The Matrix" star Keanu Reeves. Aside from the two, Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Neil Patrick Harris are also included in the movie. 

The details of the latest sci-fi movie are still unknown. Its three previous films were the 1999 "The Matrix," "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions," both released in 2003.

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