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Reeves is replacing Daniel Craig who left the project due to commitment to the 24th Bond film.
Though the remake 'sounds very exciting,' the 'Man of Tai Chi' director has no desire to reprise his role as Johnny Utah.
The '47 Ronin' star says of the possible 'Bogus Journey' follow-up, 'We're trying to get the dough together to make this crazy story.'
The 'Matrix' actor stars opposite 'Pacific Rim' actress Rinko Kikuchi and 'Wolverine' actor Hiroyuki Sanada in the Carl Rinsch movie.
Mel B posts a picture of her in a balcony with her butts facing to neighbors' houses because of a dare from fellow former Spice Girls member Mel C.
Tiger Chen is committed to a death match arranged by Keanu Reeves where there is 'no referees, no rules, pure fighting, man-to-man' in the newly-released video for Reeves' directorial debut.
Receiving congratulation for the birth of his first daughter with wife Beyonce Knowles, the 'Run This Town' rapper is all smiles at the grand reopening of his 40/40 club in New York City.
The trailer highlights the discussion among A-list directors, like James Cameron, George Lucas, Christopher Nolan, Steven Soderbergh and Martin Scorsese, regarding the film vs. digital debate.
Donning a red traditional Japanese robe, Reeves is snapped on the set of the fantasy-adventure film in Shepperton Studios, London.
Although the actor has left the role vacant, Warner Bros. Pictures insists that the production of the film will not be shut down.
Rumor has it, Charlize Theron is dating her 'Devil's Advocate' co-star Keanu Reeves after parting ways with Stuart Townsend.
The said 'old friends' had a long goodbye kiss and hug after they shared a romantic dinner at a restaurant in Beverly Hills.
Michael Caine has backed the campaign offered by U.K. Prime Minister candidate David Cameron after learning that it gives teenagers a chance to be involved in community work.
Tom Hanks, Keanu Reeves, Ewan McGregor and Julia Roberts will team up in Shakespearean classic 'Much Ado About Nothing' as part of one-off charity performance.
Due to scheduling conflict, director Nicolas Winding Refn decides to quit making Keanu Reeves' upcoming movie although he's certain that 'it will be a fantastic film.'