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Keanu Reeves has a house intruder problem

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Keanu Reeves can’t seem to get any peace lately, as he’s had TWO home intruders in the span of two days… and one of them was naked! Incidentally, both were women and presumably wanted to get a bit freaky, but they were both dragged off for mental evaluation and no one was hurt.

From TMZ:

It’s was the SECOND time in 2 days … a woman waltzed into Keanu’s home through an unlocked door. Keanu was gone … a cleaning crew inside the house left the front gate open and never flagged the intruder.

Law enforcement sources tell us … she got naked and jumped in his shower, then took a skinny dip in the pool. Only then did the crack cleaning crew get suspicious and call Reeves, who called 911.

He certainly knew the drill.  The day before another woman broke into his house when he was sleeping. He found her in his library and talked to her briefly before calling 911.

I’m assuming he has a security system set up, but it seems it’s not a very good one if two people are getting in within two days, completely undetected. What’s going on here? And why is this all of a sudden happening NOW rather than, say, when The Matrix came out or something? It all seems so random. Glad he’s okay, though.

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Keanu Reeves is coming to our TV screens

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Like other major film stars before him, Keanu Reeves has decided to make the leap from the big screen down to our TVs as he’ll be directing and starring in a new series called Rain, which should be coming to our screens this fall.

From Deadline:

Keanu Reeves is making a foray into television with Rain, an hourlong series from Slingshot Global Media based on the best-selling book series by Barry Eisler. The Matrix star will topline the globe-trotting action drama and will executive produce alongside Chad Stahelski and David Leitch, his directors in the upcoming feature John Wick, as well as Eisler and Slingshot Global Media, which will distribute the show. Rain marks Reeves’ first major TV series acting and producing gig.

Rain centers on John Rain (Reeves), a half-Japanese, half-American contract assassin who specializes in taking out his targets by making it look like death by natural causes. An outsider in whatever world he’s in, Rain ironically finds that the one identity he knows – that of being a hitman – is the very thing that prevents him from bringing others closer into his life. Eisler’s series of novels featuring Rain, on which the show is based, includes A Clean Kill In Tokyo, A Lonely Resurrection, Winner Take All, Redemption Games, Extremis, The Killer Ascendant, The Detachment and Graveyard Of Memories.

“As a huge fan of Barry’s work, I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to bring his iconic character and incredible world to life,” Reeves said. “I’m looking forward to partnering with Slingshot on my first series, and reteaming with Chad and David.” Most recently, Reeves made his directorial debut with the critically well-received Man Of Tai Chi.

There is no network assigned to this yet and they don’t even have a writer, but they are looking for one and are planning to start shopping the series soon. I’m sure it’ll find a home somewhere. Let’s all just keep Keanu happy, please.

What do you think? Would you watch this series?

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Hark! It’s the return of Sad Keanu Reeves!

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Remember when Sad Keanu was a meme? Everyone thought poor Keanu Reeves was depressed and damn near suicidal just because he was chilling on a park bench on his own, eating a sandwich. You know what I’m talking about:

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Well, prepare for part two of the Sad Keanu movement, because he’s back and looking sadder than ever in New York. He was photographed on Friday having a drink and smoke outside on his own… you know, like normal people do all the time without becoming an Internet sensation. True, he does look “sad”… and by sad I mean like he’s chillin’ and enjoying his day.

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Just let poor Keanu Reeves live his life!

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