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Keanu Reeves talks Speed 3 – Whoa!

September 25th, 2014 by Derek Robertson Comments

Speed 3 anybody?

Perhaps in a similar vein to Non Stop, Turbulence or Unstoppable? It might sound slightly ridiculous by recently Nerdist sat down with original Speed star Keanu Reeves and got him to verbally commit to a sequel. Is this all just a bit of fun? You will have to watch the video clip below and judge for yourself!

When asked about the possibility of a threequel, Reeves responded in a suspiciously facetious manner and said: “Speed 3: Redemption’ Sure. You know what I mean? Jack Traven just dusting it off.”

It’s been two decades since the 1994 film tallied up a whopping $350 million dollars worldwide. Let’s not even talk about Speed 2.

Last year, Yahoo! Asked Reeves if he would ever consider taking up the role of Jack Traven agaiin, “Oh my gosh, no, I think that bus has left,” he said…

Maybe now Keanu is ready to catch that bus after all (we doubt it though). What do we all think to the idea of a sequel?


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Derek Robertson has dabbled in many aspects of the media industry from a young age. He has always had an admiration for, film, science fiction and all things geek-like. Working in the music industry with Sony/BMG Records gave Derek insight and experience into video directing. Thusly, for many years he took a hands-on, multi-disciplinary approach in creating and editing treatments; working with performance artists, writing and producing music and working both; in front of, and behind the camera. Studying a Msc in Forensic Psychology has embedded a conceptual ethos that has spawned his signature writing style that he now infuses whilst blogging for numerous websites; writing music reviews, movie news, and reviewing network shows et al., . Derek continues to try and erase the boundaries between the homogenous and the insanely dull, culturally enmeshing contemporary socio-political aspects into the mix of the monolithic media industry.

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