Keanu Reeves: I know movie kung-fu moves
Hollywood star Keanu Reeves says he knows "movie kung-fu", but doubts he'd be any good in a real-life fight.
Keanu Reeves knows "movie kung-fu".
The 50-year-old actor, who stars as legendary assassin John Wick in his latest movie, says that although he may use his action hero skills in certain circumstances, he isn't the fighting type.
Asked about his real-life combat skills, Keanu said: "It depends on the circumstances. You know, if someone is messing with your family...
"But in a general sense, I know movie kung-fu."
Keanu also said he hasn't learned any life lessons through the course of his Hollywood career, despite staring in a string of major hits, including 'The Matrix' franchise and 'Speed'.
He told the Guardian newspaper: "I don't have one. I don't have one. I don't.
"God, advice is tough ... I don't have any advice either.
"I guess, I could say stay true to what you think and what you feel, and what you think is important ... you know, try to stay close to what you think and feel."
Meanwhile, Keanu recently confessed he's keen to make 'Bill & Ted 3', but hasn't started preparing to reprise the role of Ted 'Theodore' Logan in the much-discussed third film in the franchise.
Asked if he's been busy re-familiarising himself with Ted's unique use of language, he said: "I haven't. I wonder what other words they're going to use if we get to do another Bill and Ted film.
"There has to be excellent and bodacious and heinous ... yeah, I don't know what else there would be."