Keanu Reeves has a profound take on the afterlife

Keanu Reeves who is starring in the third “John Wick” movie that comes out this week also recently announced a third installment of the “Bill and Ted” film series. As Reeves and

Keanu Reeves' profound take on life and death leaves internet speechless. 'He could easily pick up Mjolnir,' say fans

On the jibes of "John Wick", 54-year-old Reeves told Colbert that he and stuntman Jason Spidell split the film's intense stunts. Colbert was visibly impressed and speechless.

Keanu Reeves had an incredibly thoughtful response when asked about his thoughts on death.

Opening up about the plot of the film, which is now called Bill and Ted Face the Music, Reeves shared that the titular characters are under a lot of pressure because "they were supposed to write the song that was supposed to unite the world and bring peace and everything, but they haven't".

"But then the future comes down and says "well no, you're not really just (going to) save the world, you have to have to save the universe and you have to write the song in like 80 minutes".

Talking about the movie, Reeves said, the duo are trying to write a song to save the entire universe. "You're facing your own mortality and the mortality of all existence".

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"Yeah", Reeves nodded his head. Before we see Keanu Reeves Before kick some asses, Reeves broke the internet with his answer to what happens after someone dies.

Reeves took his time, exhaled and gave an answer that is going viral on social media for all the right reasons: "I know that the ones who love us will miss us".

Appearing on the Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Keanu spoke about his new movie John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum as well as the plot for the upcoming Bill and Ted movie Bill and Ted Face the Music. Both Colbert and the audience struggled to find words. As a smile spread across his face, the late-night host said, "Wow", before he shook Reeves' hand for a moment and ended the segment.

Reeves was no doubt speaking from experience, having endured multiple tragedies in his life. According to People, the actor lost his best friend to a drug overdose in 1993 and his girlfriend Jennifer Syme died in a auto crash in 2001. There were others who were emotional by Reeves response.

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