During a recent interview ahead of the release of John Wick: Chapter 4, Keanu Reeves talked about some regrettable incidents that happened on the set of the film. One such incident was when he accidentally cut open the head of a gentleman. He expressed his remorse and acknowledged the importance of safety measures on set. Furthermore, he also shared an incident where a man was hit by a car during a stunt, and had to be taken to the hospital. ,Read also: Brooke Shields Reminisces About Being a ‘Sexualized Child Model’: ‘I’m Amazing I Survived But Struggled to Find My Voice’)
Keanu Reeves recently opened up about the intense stunts he performed on the set of his John Wick films. In an interview with ComicBook.com ahead of the release of John Wick: Chapter 4, he shared some regrettable incidents that happened during filming. He shared, “In terms of accidents: I made a mistake once – I chopped off a gentleman’s head. So that really f***s sucked (pardon my language).
He also added, “But other than that — oh, a guy got hit by a car. He was in the car, so he had to go to the hospital, but he’s fine.”
According to him, despite the intensity of the stunt, nothing more serious has happened on the sets. He acknowledged the importance of taking care and ensuring the safety of everyone involved and appreciated that the team takes care of each other. He lightened the mood by mocking the PSA announcement and said that although there may be some bruising and pain, no human beings were harmed in the filming of the motion picture.
It highlights the positive culture on set, where safety measures are taken seriously, and everyone is working together to deliver the best possible performance. This is a testament to the professionalism and dedication of those involved in the production.
Keanu first gained recognition for his role in the 1986 film Reverse Edge, and achieved mainstream success with the science fiction film Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989) and its sequel. He garnered further critical acclaim with his portrayal of Neo in The Matrix trilogy (1999–2003).