Keanu Reeves Stars in a Worthwhile Speed Sequel


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Ageless Wonder Keanu Reeves was on Jimmy Kimmel this week to promote his new film Knock Knock, but it was the trailer for another film that got everyone talking.

1994's Speed is a classic action movie, but it's full of so many dangerous maneuvers. And every action movie that features a chase of any kind is reckless – why does everyone have to go so fast and break so many rules of the road? Doesn't anyone care about road safety?

With the help of Jimmy Kimmel, Keanu Reeves is finally starring in the motion picture that safe drivers deserve.

Check out the trailer for the next big blockbuster, A Reasonable Speed:

So, that's a pretty good sequel to Speed. Speaking of sequels to Speed, why wasn't Keanu Reeves in Speed 2: Cruise Control?

Apparently, he couldn't really get into the whole boat idea.

“I didn’t get to be in that...well I decided not to be in that,” he told Kimmel. “It was about a cruise ship and I was like okay, speed cruise ship ... not so fast ... cruise ship is even slower than a bus.”

One sequel Reeves can get into is a third Bill & Ted movie, of which he says is still in the works and he hopes they can make it happen.

Ok, now for a real movie trailer. Here's Keanu Reeves in Knock Knock, out October 9th.