Keanu Reeves was asked if he’s the nicest guy in Hollywood and his response perfectly answered the question

Keanu Reeves was asked if he’s the nicest guy in Hollywood and his response perfectly answered the question

Keanu Reeves has a reputation of being one of the good guys in Hollywood, with many claiming he is, infact, THE nicest.

From giving away millions to giving up his seat on the Subway, and even helping out his John Wick crew move equipment, Reeves’ kind gestures over the years have been widely reported on.

But it seems that the actor finds the whole thing rather awkward – as demonstrated when a fan asked him how he felt about this unofficial title.

The 57-year-old appeared on the latest (and 100th) episode of the Facebook series Red Table Talk, hosted by his Matrix Resurrections co-star Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow and her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris.

Promoting the latest instalment of the sci-fi series, which is due to be released on December 22, fans submitted video questions for the stars to answer.

Jazzma from Chicago kicked things off by asking Reeves: “Keanu, everyone says you’re Hollywood’s nicest guy, and you’re such a giving person. What do you do to give to yourself?”

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Reeves looked bashful and laughed in response before he doubled over to hide his face as he shook his head. Clearly amused by his reaction, Jada giggled and patted her co-star on the shoulder while an article headline from The New Yorker popped up that read: “Keanu Reeves is too good for this world.”

“Let’s go for motorcycle ride, let’s read. I love going to the movies,” Reeves replied. “For me, my work is that as well. I often sometimes get asked, ‘You know, you’ve been at this for a while’, and they’re like, ‘Do you still love it?’

“And I’m like, ‘Yeah, I love it even more’. For me, work is life.”

Later on, another fan asked the actors if they had a favourite Halloween costume they wore growing up, given how people often dress up as Neo and Trinity for this holiday.

Reeves shared how his mother was a costume designer and made some costumes for Dolly Parton, including her iconic Playboy outfit from her cover in 1978. You probably know where he is going with this...

“...somehow I guess she- [Parton] didn’t take that home and so we had it. So it was Halloween. So I put on the ears and the bustier, I wore sneakers with fishnet stockings and the bowtie,” he said.

He also said he had “some pretty long hair” at the time to pull off the ensemble.

Now, that’s some serious commitment for a Halloween costume.

The Matrix Resurrections is set to be released in cinemas on 22 December.

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