If you're one of those viewers who thinks most modern action movies feature too much downtime between set-pieces, this is most certainly the film for you.
Cape Town - Keanu Reeves has the answer to a very impossible question. The actor made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and discussed his upcoming Bill & Ted Face The Music, the long-awaited third film in the franchise. Colbert asks. Keanu makes a deep, knowing sigh before replying in earnest (and to the delight of the audience): "I know that the ones who love us will miss us".
Not many people know about the string of personal tragedies the star has endured. There were others who were emotional by Reeves response.
Syme died in a devastating vehicle accident in 2001. According to People, the actor lost his best friend to a drug overdose in 1993 and his girlfriend Jennifer Syme died in a vehicle crash in 2001.
Keanu was struck by these heartbreaking losses just years after his close friend and fellow actor River Phoenix died in 1993.
There are three certainties in this life; death, taxes, and Keanu Reeves starring in action films with lots of explosions. To which Colbert said, "You're facing your own mortality and the mortality of all existence, wow".
There was an outbreak of "awwws" from the previously chuckling crowd.
Colbert's father James and two closest brothers Peter and Paul died in a plane crash.
Fortnite will be getting some John Wick themed goodies soon.
The 54-year-old actor's long list of credits include a number of blockbuster movie franchises, including "Speed", the "Matrix" trilogy, and his latest film, "John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum", which opens Friday.
With John Wick 3 releasing in the United Kingdom today, expect to see him making his Fortnite appearance soon.
All Elite Wrestling Announces Live Weekly TV show on TNT
Of course, landing on TNT in prime time is great and streaming the weekly show along with PPVs on B/R Live is a natural fit. The announcement was made on the morning of WarnerMedia's upfront presentation to media buyers in NY .
Utility equipment sparked deadly California wildfire
PG&E admitted in the days after the fire started that it had experienced a problem in the area where the fire was first seen. PG&E CEO Bill Johnson testifies before the state Assembly Utilities and Energy Committee in Sacramento on May 15, 2019.