Keanu Reeves immortalizes his footprints and signature in Hollywood

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Keanu Reeves immortalizes his footprints and signature in Hollywood The Canadian actor Keanu Reeves immortalized his footprints and signature on cement Tuesday in front of the Chinese Theater of Los Angeles (USA), which is located on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame.

 Los Angeles, .- The Canadian actor Keanu Reeves immortalized today his footprints and signature in cement in front of the Chinese Theater of Los Angeles, which is located on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame.

“It is a great honor to be here and be invited to this exceptional, historic and magical place,” said the interpreter, known throughout the world for the trilogy of “The Matrix.”

Dressed in a completely black suit, Reeves left some moments of humor during the act because, not satisfied with how his signature had been, he asked one of the operators to smoothen the cement several times so that he could repeat the layout and leave it that perfect.

Among the highlights of the ceremony were Laurence Fishburne and Halle Berry, with whom Reeves shared scenes in “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum”, a new installment of this acclaimed action saga that will hit US theaters this Friday.

Reeves’ filmography includes titles such as “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” (1989) and “Speed” (1994), although it was Neo’s role in “The Matrix” that consecrated him as a Hollywood star.
Reeves played this charismatic character in the films “The Matrix” (1999), “The Matrix Reloaded” and “The Matrix Revolutions” (both from 2003).

This trilogy of science fiction, whose spectacular special effects marked time, had the direction of the Wachowski sisters and a cast that also excelled Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss and Hugo Weaving.

In the last years, Reeves has returned to the first line of the cinema with the success of the tapes of the saga “John Wick”, whose first and second delivery, released in 2014 and 2017 respectively, had a very positive response from the lovers of action movies and the most precise choreographies of martial arts. (EFEUSA)

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