Keanu Reeves has completed one major film, The Matrix Resurrections, which debuted on December 22. Regarding his other major project, the fourth film in the John Wick franchise, Lionsgate has stated that the film has been postponed and will now be released on March 24, 2023, rather than May 27, 2022.
Reeves’ return as the hitman on his quest for vengeance will have to wait a little longer. Keanu Reeves picture will now avoid clashing with Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick thanks to its new release date. Top Gun: Maverick will be released on May 27, 2022, over Memorial Day weekend, while Cruise’s other picture, Mission: Impossible 7, has been moved back to September 30, 2022.
Film schedules were significantly altered as a result of the outbreak. There was a point when it was believed that The Matrix Resurrections and John Wick 4 will both be released on the same day, May 21, 2021. Despite the delays created by COVID-19, The Matrix 4 was released in December of this year.
Reeves will star alongside Donnie Yen, Laurence Fishburne, Lance Reddick, Bill Skarsgrd, Rina Sawayama, Shamier Anderson, and Ian McShane in John Wick 4. Chad Stahelski is directing the picture, which has a screenplay written by Michael Finch and Shay Hatten, as well as Stahelski. Following the completion of Matrix Resurrections, Reeves resumed filming for John Wick 4 in June of this year.
Keanu Reeves Discusses His Experiences As A Person Of Color
Keanu Reeves’ Chinese background has influenced how he reacts to being a person of color. In a rare interview, the Matrix Resurrections actor discussed his racial identity, which he rarely discusses in public. Reeves discussed recent news that has positioned him as a person of color during an interview with NBC News, via Just Jared.
The actor said he doesn’t know if he can consent to be termed a person of color, but he also stated that he doesn’t disagree with the perspective. “That remark does not resonate with me. However, I disagree “According to Reeves. Keanu Reeves’ father was Chinese Hawaiian, in case you didn’t know.
However, this isn’t the first interview in which Reeves has discussed his racial identity. In a 2019 interview with Essence, the actor discussed his background but stated that he is “not a spokesperson” for Asian actors in Hollywood.