Keanu Reeves is renowned from time to time for delivering an encouraging message – so take note of his short message of positivity as we step away from 2020. Reeves expressed his opinion of how we all have the chance to respect each other and communicate with each other.
Keanu Reeves shared his message of inspiration
Reeves was asked how to solve the problems of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in 2020 while talking to the LA Times about his involvement in the video game Cyberpunk 2077.
His message was simple, but solid… And positive.
“Try to respect others,”Try to respect others. Try to continue to get the best out of life, and in this case, find ways to do so, but still value it.
Check for ways to communicate, if you can.’
“I mean, just … Survive.”I mean, just… survive.
Keanu Reeves revealed his thoughts about his character ‘Cyberpunk 2077’
In ‘Cyberpunk 2077,’ Reeves revealed why he was interested in playing aging rocker Johnny Silverhand, saying he enjoyed how different the character could be depending on how he played.
“That was one of the ideas that attracted me to play the role. When CD Projeckt Red brought the project to me, they showed me the game and talked to me about the platform of the game and the character,” explained Reeves.
“It’s an open-world role-playing game. What choices you make for your dialogue and how you want to be doesn’t just give Johnny Silverhand a role. I play different versions of the character.”
It’s something I normally don’t get to do while I’m living with a character,”That’s something I don’t usually get to do when I inhabit a character,”
He found the character amusing and relatable, the actor said. “He’s ex-military, disillusioned, angry, formed a rock band that made protest music – wake-up music – he was looking for a cause,” Reeves said. He looked around him at the world and faced hypocrisy and injustice.
The character’s attitude looked funny to me.
He added, “Within that character, they gave him the love of his life. So there’s a tough exterior, but underneath is this positive presence hoping for a better world. I think we can all relate to that.”
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Keanu Reeves shared a lovely thought about death once,
During a 2019 interview on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” Reeves once gave a deep and beautiful description of what happens after death.
Interestingly, as it took a more serious turn, the interview included a light discussion of Bill and Ted Face the Music.
With the talk show host, Reeves shared the plot of the movie. “They were supposed to write the song that was going to unite the world and bring peace and everything, but they didn’t get it done,” he said.
Reeves said the title characters are charged with writing a song to “save the universe,” “It’s the end of the universe,”It’s the end of the universe, if they don’t succeed. “It’s the end of time and the space continuum. It’s all over.”
Colbert interjected with a statement highlighting how desperate the situation is in the film. “So you’re faced with your own mortality and the mortality of all existence.”
“Yes,” said Reeves.
That prompted Colbert to ask the actor a very deep question, “What do you think happens when we die, Keanu Reeves?”
Reeves had been brief, but his response had been profound. “I know that those who love us will miss us,” Reeves said.