"In all honesty, I'm truly ideal for the job!"
"I think the way that the Wonder films have created and what they are is truly tremendous and being a piece of that sounds perfect, really."
With regards to comics, Keanu Reeves is no fair-weather conditions fan.
The John Wick star, who made the well known realistic novel series BRZRKR, was requested which Wonder character a 10-year-old variant from himself couldn't want anything more than to play on the big screen while visiting Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday.
His response? "10-year-old Reeves would need to — I believe he'd most likely need to be Phantom Rider."
Reeves' disclosure will without a doubt be a rush for Wonder fans, who have long fan-gave the entertainer a role as the vindictive cruiser stunt entertainer Johnny Burst (recently played by Nicolas Enclosure). Furthermore, it's not difficult to see the reason why — Reeves can ride a cruiser, rock a cowhide coat, and kick some serious ass. What more might anybody at some point care about?
While on the late-night show, Reeves remained mum about the various jobs that Wonder has offered him before and zeroed in on his profound respect for the movies all things being equal. "It's truly cool," he said. "I think the way that the Wonder films have created and what they are is truly stupendous and being a piece of that sounds perfect, really."
On their end, Wonder Studios has believed Reeves should join the MCU for some time now that "we particularly need to sort out the correct way" to remember him for the superhuman establishment.
Before he can head out toward the distant horizon as Johnny Burst, notwithstanding, it seems Reeves could have a couple of individual peers likewise competing for the job. Norman Reedus and Ryan Gosling profoundly want to play the person over the most recent couple of years. Truth be told, Feige even implied that he may be keen on Gosling assuming the part recently.
Whether or not or not Reeves chooses to step into the MCU, there is one comic person that he couldn't want anything more than to play onscreen: his comic book's hero Berzerker, who incidentally turns out to be displayed off him. "In all honesty, I'm truly ideal for the job!" He kidded on Jimmy Kimmel Live. "It's practically similar to pigeonholing. I'm like, truly ideal for it."