Keanu Reeves has delivered a truly heartfelt New Year’s message to his adoring fans, and we adore him even more for it. He revealed this New Year’s message during a recent interview with CinemaBlend, and it really does put things into perspective.
2020 has been a pretty terrible year, and I can totally understand why people would want to put the year behind them and move forward. I get it, I’m the same. However, just because it’s a New Year, it doesn’t mean that the problems that were abundant in 2020 have just miraculously disappeared. COVID-19 is still very much with us. People are losing loved ones, jobs and so on. The cinemas are still closed. We can’t see our friends, especially here in the UK where Prime Minister Boris Johnson has just announced a country-wide lockdown in all but name.
However, we can still have hope. We can still strive to be better and love one another in 2021, and that’s what Keanu Reeves is trying to make us realise. You have to read his New Year’s message to his many, many fans, which I’ve put below.
Keanu Reeves’ New Year’s message is something we should all adhere to
Here’s what Keanu Reeves had to say in his New Year’s message to his fans:
Try and respect others. Try and continue to get the most out of life, and find ways to get that in this situation, but also to respect it. Find ways to connect. If you can. I mean, just …. survive.
Well said, Keanu. Well said. 2020 wasn’t a very good year for Keanu either. He starred in Cyberpunk 2077, which was pretty much a botched video game. His film Bill & Ted Face The Music didn’t do all that well at the box office thanks to COVID. However, 2021 is looking up for the actor. He’s got The Matrix 4 coming out (hopefully), and then in 2022 we will get to see John Wick 4 (again, hopefully).
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