Keanu Reeves Reveals the Only Celebrities He’s Asked for Autographs — and Their Epic Responses

You can always fangirl out about your heroes, just ask Keanu Reeves.

The Matrix Resurrections actor revealed which two superstars he had requested for their autographs during a humorous round of “The Colbert Questionert” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday.

the initial? Lou Reed of The Velvet Underground, claimed Reeves, 57.

He described the late musician as saying, “But that wasn’t for me — it was for a friend, and [Lou] was okay with it.” “It was written in blue ink on a small piece of paper. … Yes, that was excellent. It just read, “Lou Reed.””

Stephen Colbert made fun of the fact that it didn’t say “Lou Reed,” to which his guest retorted, “I know, but it could have written, “All my best,” or… ”

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It was none other than the great comic George Carlin, with whom he co-starred in 1989’s Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, who Reeves asked for their John Hancock.

“I am very envious. I’m a huge fan, “Colbert, 57, stated. That was for you, right?

Yes, Reeves replied. “He wrote… My memory says it said, “Dear Keanu, F—- you!””

Although the actor “I always assumed he only wrote that for me, but then I met someone who claimed he did the same for them. Anyway, lovely.”

In an interview with Zoom last year, Reeves and his Bill & Ted co-star Alex Winter discussed the long-awaited third installment in the series, Bill & Ted Face the Music, and spoke up about working with Carlin, who passed away in 2008 at the age of 71.

“He displayed elegance… He put a lot of effort into [his character] Rufus and was quite straightforward “Reeves, according to Looper, remarked.

He continued, “And he brought a weight to it; after all, it’s George Carlin from the future. The opportunity to collaborate with such a remarkable person and artist was truly fantastic.

HBO Max is presently streaming and showing The Matrix Resurrections in theaters.



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