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Keanu Reeves kneels on stage to fans as they give him standing ovation

Keanu Reeves kneels on stage to fans as they give him standing ovation


It's nothing new that Keanu Reeves seems to be one of the nicest actors in Hollywood.

Everything you ever hear about him just seems to confirm how lovely he is, whether it's him taking the time out to speak to fans or his chivalrous stance on posing for photos with women. And on top of that, he's also pretty humble too.

The 58-year-old made a special appearance at the Comic Con Experience (CCXP) in Brazil recently and was blown away by the reception.

In footage shared on social media, Keanu was visibly touched by the warm welcome, and dropped to his knees and began bowing to the crowd.

At one point, someone in the audience could be heard shouting 'I love you' to the Matrix star.

Speaking about the vent afterwards, Keanu said he couldn't believe the reaction of the crowd.

“It was very special," he told Estadão.

Keanu got on his knees as he received a standing ovation.

"The people here are very nice and generous. It’s really cool that they like John Wick here. I really appreciate it. CCXP is legendary, but it went beyond what I imagined."

During a panel, Keanu claimed that the fourth instalment of the John Wick saga was tough going.

He said: "John Wick 4 is the hardest movie I've ever made.

"In terms of action, it's the hardest film I've ever made. But that's what makes it good."

He explained one of the more challenging scenes included a fight scene ‘in traffic', which took place around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.

Keanu said the new John Wick movie was tough work.
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The actor said the long-awaited movie would see Wick's enemies emerge from every corner of the world.

"The table is this world above the world; and the people, the assassins, under the table are as boundless as the grains of sand on the beach," he said.

"So there [are] a lot of people coming after John Wick.

"But really, for the John Wick film[s], it's really just the invention of the scene, right? How can you do these scenes?"

Aside from Keanu, the film will also see the return of Laurence Fishburne, Ian McShane, and Lance Reddick.

John Wick 4 is set to land in cinemas on 24 March 2023.

Featured Image Credit: ccxpoficial/Twitter

Topics: Film and TV, Entertainment, US News, Keanu Reeves, John Wick, World News