Keanu Reeves received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame back in 2005, and yesterday he sunk his hands and feet in fresh cement at the TCL Chinese Theatre. Reeves’ co-stars Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) and Halle Berry (John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum) were in attendance.
The 54-year-old started his feature film career opposite Rob Lowe in the 1986 hockey flick Youngblood, and over his 30 plus career he has given us My Own Private Idaho, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Speed, The Replacements, and three successful franchises (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, The Matrix, and John Wick). Reeves’ love for cinema has also been evoked in documentary form, as he produced 2012’s Side By Side, a look at the rise of digital filmmaking, and was the narrator of 2015’s Mifune: The Last Samurai.
“I’m just really honored and grateful to be included with the artists of the past and present and eventually the future who are going to make their marks here in this hallowed ground of Hollywood and Hollywood tradition,” said Reeves during an interview conducted after his speech.
Click on the media bar to hear Reeves talk about the importance of wearing his Alpinestars motorcycle boots to the ceremony:
Reeves will next be seen in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum which opens nationwide Friday.