Keanu Reeves on the Set of “John Wick”

Posted on December 20, 2013

We’re starting to think that Keanu is locked in at this look and will remain the same until he’s 85. Dude just does not age like a normal human.

 

 

Keanu Reeves filming on the set of his new movie “John Wick” in Brooklyn, New York City.

Although we think it’s safe to say that hair style is well past its expiration date. But he does fill out a suit nicely.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: INFphoto.com]

    • Mismarker

      And the slow morph into Stephen Seagal has begun.

      • alyce1213

        Lordy no! I won’t let that happen.

        • Mismarker

          I’m afraid this particular bus has left the depot. And it can’t go below 50 mph or it will explode.

          • alyce1213

            I respectfully disagree. Steven Seagal is a pig.

            • Mismarker

              Whoa. I’m not comparing Keanu to SS as a person but they do look remarkably alike (like could damn near play father and son, or at least brothers). Tell me they don’t. All Keanu needs is a tiny ponytail and some prayer beads.

            • 3boysful

              I guess you’re kinda right, but I have always crushed on Keanu, and NEVER on SS.

            • manina

              Keanu looks asian, and by all accounts is a wonderful human being. The pig Seagal looks more or less Italian or mediterrenean. He is also likes to beat women. His wife in the 80′s I think, Kelly LeBrock, came out in the Hola! (Hello!) spanish magazine, and told the story about how he had rearranged her face. Also ask any Martial Arts student and you will find out that he does not know martial arts, it is all acting, if you can call what he does acting.

      • annabelle archer

        Fightin’ words, sister. ; )

      • MilaXX

        shush yo’ mouth!

      • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

        Pardon me while I vomit.

    • nomoreprinces

      Is that Dawson?

    • TropiCarla

      Colbert was just chewing him out for looking nowhere close to 49 years old.

      I will always love him for A Walk in the Clouds. Although … the thought of feet in my wine does still freak me out.

      • Qitkat

        I liked him in that movie, and also The Lake House. Although he is a fairly one note actor, whether in a romcom or action flick. Well, two notes ;-)

        • Denise Alden

          My favorite Keanu is the charming doctor in “Something’s Got to Give.” Though I never, ever bought that ending. Like I’m gonna choose gasbag Nicholson over this dreamboat :)

          • 3boysful

            Me, too. Only thing about that movie I didn’t like.

            • Denise Alden

              I know! I roll my eyes every time I watch it (which is far too often for my husband’s liking).

          • NYCGlamourpuss

            Oh my god, I just posted a huge rant on another board of why that’s my most hated movie ever, and HUGE part of it is that we, the audience, are supposed to think that Diane Keaton would actually pick fat asshole Nicholson over sweet, charming, lovely Keanu.

            • Denise Alden

              I still get sucked into watching it more often than I’d like to admit, but I can completely understand how it could be a “most hated movie ever”! :)

            • NYCGlamourpuss

              I won’t clog up a two-week old TLo post with my ranting, because I can get lengthy about how much I hate this movie because of that. And yes, I think the whole movie is a two-hour double standard about how it was okay for 60-something Jack Nicholson to hook up with 20-something Amanda Peet. But if 30-something Keanu falls in love with 50-something Diane, oh, no no no, we can’t have that! She’s a woman, so she can’t have a younger man – so they pigeonhole her in with this obnoxious gasbag who treats her like shit for the whole movie, simply because he’s closer to her age. I realize they don’t explicitly *say* that, but you know that’s why they did it.

              Of course, it always did amuse me that in a movie starring Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, the ONLY funny joke in the whole film was expertly delivered by Keanu! The scene in the hospital when he says to Amanda Peet, “Don’t worry, Miss – your father will be fine.” And she replies, “Oh, no, he’s not my father.” And just in this perfectly dry manner, Keanu responds, “Okay – your grandfather.”

            • Denise Alden

              Agreed. I think the “reasoning” that is alluded to by the Keaton character is based on the fact that she’s closer in age to Nicholson, but I’ve always thought that was just stupid and completely unbelievable. And not just because my husband is twelve years younger than I am! BTW, love your name/photo :)

            • NYCGlamourpuss

              Thank you! Yeah, it’s Jinkxy-love in her pink wig – I think that’s what she wore at Seattle Pride this past June.

            • Denise Alden

              Okay, I’m not encouraging your rant, but yes, again! Right: I’m in Paris, Keanu Reeves looks at me with nothing but adoration, and I’m gonna choose Jack over all that? No, I am not. And neither is anyone else. Have a great day, NYCGlamourpuss!

        • Sobaika

          He was surprisingly good in The Devil’s Advocate!

          • fursa_saida

            True! I forgot about that movie. It’s silly-great.

            I liked him in Point Break, too, but not because he was actually good. He was just so…Keanu.

        • kimmeister

          The best thing about that movie was the Keane song used in the ads, that wasn’t actually in the movie.

          • marlie

            What song was it?

            • kimmeister

              “Somewhere only we know.” The singer has one of my favorite voices of all time, so there’s that.

            • marlie

              Oh – I love that song! I didn’t know it was in the movie ad. Thanks!

        • marlie

          It’s a far stretch from a good movie, but Constantine is a guilty pleasure, if for no other reason(s) than SWINTON, and Peter Stormare’s creepy Devil. Though I hated Shia LaBeouf in it.

          • Qitkat

            I have never seen the whole film, just caught pieces on tv. Missed SWINTON. I haven’t liked SLaB in anything. He seems, well, to put it kindly, not very talented.
            Several good suggestions here from BK’s. Haha, I’ll just take 3 months off from my regular life to catch up on tv/movies/books. Oh wait, then I will still be three months behind!

          • fursa_saida

            I keep meaning to watch Constantine because it’s everything I should love, but I hear so consistently that it’s terrible. I should probably just look for a fanvid or something on youtube so I can watch the shot of SWINTON’s wings unfurling over and over.

            • marlie

              Don’t *plan* to watch it, but if happens to be on TV, and you have a couple hours to kill, grab a glass – no, a bottle – of wine, some popcorn, and dig in.

            • Dangerfield5

              If you don’t take it seriously, it’s great. Keanu has never looked finer, Rachel Weisz is more than beautiful enough to be his counterpart and SWINTON has never been more suited to a role. It’s not a good movie, but I could watch it over and over.

      • Angela_the_Librarian

        Glad to see another Walk in the Clouds fan. I think I was equally swept up by Keanu’s muscle-bound hotness and the beautiful scenery. A funny coincidence, I’m married to someone from Moline, IL (Keanu’s character was also from Moline)

      • ConnieBV

        Loved that movie. And his hair looked clean, which is more than I can say here.

      • MilaXX

        Im a total Keanu ‘stan. I like every movie he has ever made, even the bad ones like Johnny Neumonic

      • tereliz

        That movie still makes me cry. Yeah, that was pretty much the last movie where Keanu stomped my grapes. Wait…

    • Sarah

      I cannot appreciate him past the Bill & Ted era because that’s the peak of his acting talent, as far as I’m concerned. He is about as emotionless as a slab of cement. Hence, his manly wiles are lost on me, although I give him an eensy bit of credit for filling out in a decent way, as you all pointed out.

      • NOLA_gal

        No, he was perfect in Parenthood too. Never bought him as Siddhartha though….

        • Sarah

          You are right. Peak was Parenthood. I had forgotten.

      • Kimmu

        My Own Private Idaho. That movie destroys me.

        • Sarah

          Yeah, I get that other people don’t think he sucks, it’s just my opinion that he’s not possessed of a great range of emotion on screen.

          • DTLAFamilies

            He doesn’t but when he’s used properly with the right project and director, he has a screen presence. It’s not about talent, he just grabs your attention for some reason.

            • fursa_saida

              Exactly. The key is to understand what he’s good for and do that. Just that. When he (or actors like him) is miscast it’s a wreck. Sometimes hilarious! But a wreck. (See: Much Ado About Nothing. Keanu + Shakespeare SHOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED.)

          • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

            Yeah, but neither did Orson Welles, in my opinion. Doesn’t make him bad, just limited.

    • annabelle archer

      Ah, Keanu. This one holds a special place in my heart. Always has. Likely always will.

    • hughman

      Worst. Lipstick application. Ever.

      • Sartorial_She

        It took me a minute (I’m slow like that), and then I burst out laughing.

    • alyce1213

      I’ve always found him appealing, and when I learned what an unbelievably generous, kind, and decent person he is, he won my heart, respect and admiration. He may not be the best actor in the world, but he’s one of the best people, so he can do no wrong. Except I do wish he’d rethink the hair.

      • SugarSnap108

        I know nothing about him, but I’m glad to hear this. I like good people with bad hair.

        • alyce1213

          Among other generous acts, he signed over his Matrix profits to the entire special effects crew. They’re set for life.

          • DTLAFamilies

            Wow! I knew he wasn’t materialistic but I had no idea he’d done this. That is amazing.

            • alyce1213

              He’s unusual. He’s one of the biggest money-makers in Hollywood — near the top — and actually realizes that he has too much and gives a lot of it away.

            • DTLAFamilies

              I didn’t know about giving away money but I knew about the couch surfing and not owning a house and also how he lost his sister. And the alleged thing with David Geffen. So interesting.

            • marlie

              Also, on top of generous moves like that, if he doesn’t lead a crazy-extravagant lifestyle, the money that he still does make will go much farther than a comparable star who leads a flashier lifestyle (further contributing to him not “needing” all that money).

          • Sarah

            That’s really nice of him. And COMMUNIST! (I’m joking. I have nothing against the guy. Glad to know he’s a good person)

          • SugarSnap108

            Wow. Never heard of a celeb doing something like that.

          • NYCGlamourpuss

            Holy crap, that’s amazing! What a sweet guy!

        • Aurumgirl

          But this is him playing a role, after all. He’s dressed as a character. Maybe he doesn’t wear his hair like this anymore.
          And yes, I do like him and his acting. Yes, I do.

    • cmb92191

      Nice suit. I actually liked Speed. – and that surfing one with Patrick Swayze. Him and Ralph Macchio did not age!

      • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

        Love him in Speed and Point Break.

        • cmb92191

          Thank you.. couldn’t remember the name of it.

        • tereliz

          “Have you ever fired your gun up in the air and gone ARRGGHH?”

          • terpsichory

            Now, I want a Cornetto…

        • annabelle archer

          Hey! It’s a really you avatar! Nice to see you, pretty lady.

          • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

            Thanks! I decided to be brave.

    • e jerry powell

      When he was rocking this look on Colbert the other night, pushing 47 Ronin, it took rubbing my eyes for a few seconds to get the image of a lower-rent Joe Manganiello out of my head. Don’t get me wrong, I know that Joe is only in his thirties (that grey beard be damned), and Keanu is pushing fifty…

      • MilaXX

        Aww, but he was cute on Colbert.

        • e jerry powell

          I’m not arguing. I’d have spread him out on a plate and sopped him up with a biscuit.

    • formerlyAnon

      Like Sarah, I have to admit his place in my rankings peaked just about the time of the Bill & Ted movies. But still, a nice return to the realm of the adult male.

    • ashtangajunkie

      I like how confusing the prop gun seems to be for Keanu.

      • GillianHolroyd

        this made me laugh out loud.

        • AnneElliot

          I almost spit out my wine. I have a soft spot for Keanu, but I think you’re right.

    • MilaXX

      *FANGIRLS* Love him. Also cannot wait to see 47 Ronin

    • tallgirl1204

      I was thinking a young Professor Snape…

      • J. Preposterice

        the thing that makes me nuts is that book-Snape was only like 32 in the first book. I loooove Alan Rickman but a lot of the adults cast in HP were hella too old. (Like, the actors playing Lily and James, who were like…21 when they died? What the hell was that?)

        Anyway! Keanu! Too old for Snape!

    • snarkykitten

      My husband still holds out hope for a 3rd Bill & Ted. This bitch don’t age, so maybe there’s a chance.

      • Mismarker

        I think B & T 3 is going to happen. They are waiting on a serviceable script.

      • fursa_saida

        I would see it in the theater on opening night, MY GOD.

    • Shawn EH

      He’s only 49, he’s in Brad Pitt territory. Comes from having a beautiful soul!

    • YoungSally

      Jeez — I don’t know who the tech guy is…but it looks like they photoshopped my brother’s head on him..or my brother is lying about being a PhD in chemistry.

    • LeelaST

      Love. Him.

    • cmb92191

      I was thinking of Keanu movies where he is in a suit- and The Devil’s Advocate came to mind. That is one intriguing movie.

    • Trickytrisha

      Aww, wish there were some shots without the faux cuts and blood. The hair is pretty icky as is the badly trimmed beard. What’s in the suit (him) doesn’t go with the suit itself. That degree of mangy calls for appropriately mangy clothing.

    • Just Me

      Keanu always struck me as someone who practically invented Pitting. In movies: slap-ya-Momma fine. In real life: like he’s homeless and needs a place to shower and take a nap. But, I have always had a thing for movie Keanu…he cleans up so nicely.

    • lillyvonschtupp

      Always had a thing for him, even though he’s gay. I just think he should lighten his hair and cut it.

      • hotpaprika

        He’s gay???

        • yllas

          No indication or proof whatsoever. Some would LOVE it if he was gay and blat their thoughts about it all the time. Love that he keeps his personal life personal.

          • NYCGlamourpuss

            In 1999, his girlfriend was pregnant, and their baby was stillborn. She then died in a car accident two years later. My guess is that he’s straight, but he’s very quiet about his private life. Given how tragic his one relationship that the public knew of turned out, I can understand.

    • marlie

      He doesn’t age. Whether or not you like him/his acting, he’s aging pretty well. Though I would like to see him with a different hairstyle sooner rather than later.

    • Imasewsure

      Ah Keanu… my guilty pleasure dude…

    • Valdri8

      I just realized how addicted I am to this site. I was so desperate to read a post that I actually opened one featuring Keanu Reeves. End times are so close.

    • NYCGlamourpuss

      I still have such a huge fucking crush. That’s probably locked in till I’m 85, too.

    • Pril Wood

      who doesn’t love Keanu?