Keanu Reeves is responding to rumors that he is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Does Keanu Reeves go from virtual reality to Marvel reality? The Matrix Resurrection and DC’s Constantine star says it would be “an honor” to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Undocumented internet rumors have linked Reeves to the lead role in Marvel’s upcoming Knights of the Moon and Spider-Man villain Kraven the Hunter in Sony Spider Man The universe, however John Wick the action star has yet to cross over into the 26-movie MCU. It’s not for lack of experience: Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed that the Disney-owned studio is approaching Reeves “for almost every movie we make.”

Asked about joining MCU when answering fan questions for Esquire, said Reeves, “Is it not bigger than a universe? It’s almost like a multiverse. It’s a Marvel verse.”

“It would be an honor. There are some really amazing instructors and visionaries, and they do something that no one really has ever done,” he said. “It’s special in that sense in terms of scale, ambition, production. So it would be cool to be a part of it.”

In 2019, Feige told Cartoon the study behind Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: No Way Home talking to Reeves “for almost every movie we make. I do not know when, if ever, he will join the MCU, but we would very much like to find out the right way to do it.”

Due to planning conflicts with John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, Reeves allegedly passed about playing Kree warrior Yon-Rogg in 2019 Captain Marvel. The role eventually went to Jude Law as the mentor for Carol Danvers (Brie Larson).

Reeves revealed that he once wanted to play a member of the X-Men, told BuzzFeed in 2019, “I do not know when I was a kid, I always wanted to play Wolverine.” He later went on to say SiriusXM he wanted to play “Frank Miller’s Wolverine, for sure,” adding: “It’s too late. I’m fine [not playing Wolverine] now.”

Reeves then repeats his role as Neo in The Matrix Resurrection. Carrie-Anne Moss, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jessica Henwick, Jonathan Groff, Neil Patrick Harris, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Jada Pinkett Smith will also star in the new film, which will be released in theaters and on HBO Max on December 22nd.


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