Just in case there was any doubt, Keanu Reeves once again confirmed he’s one of the nicest people in the entertainment industry.
To celebrate the completion of filming for the upcoming film John Wick 4, the beloved Hollywood actor kindly gave his stuntmen brand new Rolex watches to acknowledge all their hard work on the movie.
Naturally, his colleagues were absolutely thrilled to receive the luxury timepieces as they flocked to social media to give the world a look at the Rolex Submariners.
Based on social media posts, the 57-year-old presented the four stuntmen – Bruce Lee Concepcion, Jeremy Marinas, Dave Camarillo and Li Qiang – with their watches at Le Bistro Paul Bert in Paris on Saturday night.
Jeremy Marinas couldn’t contain his delight as he shared snaps on social media and wrote: ‘Best wrap gift ever’.
He also provided close-up shots which revealed that Keanu, 57, had added engraved messages onto each watch.
It appears each stunt man had his name etched in as well as their ‘John Wich number’ during production.
According to Robb Report, Reeves went for the edition released in September 2020, Ref. 126610LN, which retails at $10,074 (£7,300) so we get the feelings Keanu might win the award for best colleague ever.
Fans will soon get to see the actor reprise his role as stoic ex-assassin John Wick for a fourth film, which was originally due for release this year but the Covid-19 pandemic delayed it to May 27, 2022.
The Matrix star first played John Wick in 2014, about a man seeking revenge after his dog his killed.
He went on to appear in two sequels – John Wick: Chapter 2 in 2017 and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum in 2019.
Director Chad Stahelski recently told Collider that fans can expect big things from the next movie, which was shot in Berlin, Paris, New York and Japan.
‘We submitted an idea or thematic [plan] and it was really big,’ he said. ‘So, we’re talking about doing a little bit more than a [John Wick 4], or something like that, and trying to develop that.’
He added at the time: ‘I’m in a happy place where we are in development…we’re in a place where we know what we want do and where we want to do it.’
Credit: Original article published here.