In reality, Keanu Reeves has not pet. However, he is addicted to dogs, which we saw in his two action movies: john wick and john wick two. We can see how far he can go if it comes to his dog’s life. So the next time you hurt any animal, especially dogs, make sure John Wick is far away from you. He is also a bike enthusiast.
What happened to John Wick’s dog in real life?
The death of John Wick / Keanu Reeves’ Dog sets the entire Keanu Reeves franchise in motion. In fact, the puppy, Daisy, was a gift from John’s recently deceased wife, Helen. Well, you might be glad to know that the beagle that starred in the movie is alive in real life. He is now has a happy life with his family. However, there have not been many movies where the main character wants to avenge the death of a pet. Actor Keanu Reeves has a new best friend and co-star. He is a four-legged Beagle named Andy.
Did Keanu Reeves adopt John Wick’s pit bull?
The story of “John Wick” would have been very different without the presence of the Beagle puppy. In the initial plans, the mascot was always present, but its importance in directing Keanu Reeves on the path of revenge began to pose a problem for the studio. It certainly seems like Reeves and director have plenty of opportunities to go down that path. After all, Reeves has already signed up for at least two more John Wick movies. John Wick: Chapter 4 is already filming. Fans are sure to keep their eyes peeled for the canine action in the series’ next installments.
Keanu revealed a secret
Keanu revealed that if he had to choose a Marvel or DC superhero to play him, it would be Wolverine since he was a child he was one of his favorite characters. He also confessed that he really likes action movies, because he enjoys the training process that he has to go through for his characters (for example, the Matrix). He had to learn Kung Fu, and for “John Wick” he learned about handling weapons and judo. It also allows you to contribute ideas for the creation of your characters.
A person loved by all
Keanu Reeves is a soft breeze over the mountains, teenage idol, action star, millionaire ascetic, aggressive animalist if his puppy is touched and now, too, mysterious video game hero. Each generation has its own Keanu to idolize, and yet his existence often goes unfairly unnoticed. Maybe it is because, as this New Yorker ode says, “no matter what role he plays, he’s always himself.” He does not offer big headlines, his private life is a mystery only within the reach of his select circle of friends – among which is Sandra Bullock, or Gus Van Sant – and his films are far from reaping the praises of yesteryear. However, the fascination for him remains intact.
What’s more, he assures that he is best represented by the animated character he voices in Toy Story – an acrobatic biker who serves as comic balm in the beloved Pixar saga.