“It would be absolutely fantastic and ridiculous to play those roles again,” he says. “It was pulpy, it had a real energy,” says Reeves (who hasn’t seen 2015’s failed remake).
“I’ve met people over the years who said, ‘I started skydiving because of that movie,’ or ‘I started surfing because of that movie.’” Reeves jumped from a plane once during production to get a taste of what it’s like, but he says that his co-star, Swayze, really caught the bug.
“I think he had 30 jumps while we were filming,” he says.
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“Keanu is the most persistent, non-giving-up guy you’ll ever meet,” says Stahelski. He wants to the part.” Reeves loves pushing himself during his action sequences, though he rejects the word “stunt” for anything he does himself. So, yeah, I do as much action as I possibly can, because I love it—and I love the opportunity to bring the audience along. Since , where fights that could have been allotted five days might get two, it means no room for error. Unless you need the dough, which is a good enough reason.” Of course, Reeves, who allegedly took in millions for his work on movies alone, doesn’t need the dough.
“There’s an incredible stuntman who doubles John Wick,” he says. Which is one of the reasons why Reeves never enjoys stepping aside for the sake of his safety. “But that’s part of what makes [a great action film] a pressure cooker,” he says. Ride a motorcycle.” Reeves plans to keep the great action movies coming. “Well, I do,” he insists, declining to elaborate too much.
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“So it was a lot of me learning the basics.” By the time he flew to New York and Rome to shoot , which expands the mythology behind Wick’s order of assassins and reunites Reeves with The Matrix co-star Laurence Fishburne, he was a bona fide judo expert. I’ll shoot some guns, flip some people—and that’s action.“I had a little experience in movie fighting,” he says, with typical (and sincere) modesty.“But I’d never done judo.” He says the form is tricky to fake onscreen because, unlike throwing punches, “you Reeves adopted a former MMA fighter named Eric Brown as his sensei., an all-in-one solution for anyone looking to create a beautiful website.The song "Adventures in Success" by Will Powers plays in the commercial and Keanu speaks along to it.“I can see the appeal—it’s just not to my taste,” he says.