In 1997, Keanu Reeves’ performance in the thriller-horror ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ was praised by fans.
Keanu Reeves is regarded as one of Hollywood’s best actors as well as one of the nicest individuals. He has surprised his admirers on several occasions by donating his money to other performers or staff members. According to some rumors, the actor generously donated $75 million from The Matrix earnings to the special effects and costume design teams. Despite the fact that it was a significant philanthropic deed, Reeves did not publicize it, much like when he deferred his income while filming ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ in order to secure one exceptional actor.
In 1997, Keanu Reeves’ performance in the thriller-horror ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ was praised by fans. Some may not be aware that the John Wick actor reduced his pay to ensure that the film’s budget could accommodate Al Pacino. If that wasn’t enough, he did the same thing in the film ‘The Replacements,’ when Gene Hackman’s phrase looked out of reach for Warner Bros. Despite the fact that Al Pacino and Gene Hackman have joined Keanu Reeves’ respective films, the actor has made it obvious that he is not interested in discussing it. “I’d rather people didn’t know that,” the actor revealed at a 2019 news conference before the release of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum. “It was a one-on-one deal. It was something I could afford to do, and it was worthwhile.”
Reeves is gearing up to star in The Matrix Resurrections, the fourth installment of his acclaimed film trilogy. After several years, the actor will reprise his role as Neo. In addition to Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss will play Trinity, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will play Morpheus, Jada Pinkett Smith will play Niobe, and more will appear in The Matrix Resurrections. It will also feature Priyanka Chopra. The film will be released on December 22, 2021.