Keanu Reeves Leaves Stephen Colbert Speechless After Comment On Death

Keanu Reeves Leaves Stephen Colbert Speechless After Comment On Death

Keanu Reeves Leaves Stephen Colbert Speechless After Comment On Death

Born in Beirut, Lebanon, on September 2, 1964, and raised in New York City and Toronto, Reeves was a star high school hockey goaltender who earned the nickname "The Wall" before dropping out of school to pursue an acting career.

The actor stopped by the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum but also dropped a truth-bomb that left the show host totally speechless. It was a horribly tragic experience for the young couple. The actor lost his longtime partner, Jennifer Syme, in a vehicle crash in 2001. He and the actor River Phoenix were best friends. You know, we wanted to open up the scale, the worlds of John Wick.

Stephen suffered family tragedies in 1974 when he lost his father James and two closest brothers Peter and Paul in a plane crash, as well as in 2013 when his mother Lorna died. He is scheduled to reprise that role next year in another sequel, "Bill & Ted Face the Music". "What do you think happens when we die?" "You've got your family now but you're still trying to write the song because you've got to save the world", he said. The comments directed Stephen Colbert to ask Keanu's opinion on what he thinks happens after death.

Keanu answered with the simplest and sweetest response. This is mostly thanks to Oscar-winner Halle Berry coming aboard as Sofia, an ex-assassin colleague of John who has a pair of extremely loyal attack dogs that take part in, no joke, one of the most impressive action set pieces I've ever seen.

You may watch Keanu Reeves and Stephen Colbert discuss the topic and the rest of the interview in the video player below.

Days before the release of his latest action thriller, actor Keanu Reeves will sink his hands and feet into cement today in the forecourt of the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Do you agree that it was the ideal answer?

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