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Last updated: March 30, 2021

Life is always better when Keanu Reeves is involved. Fortunately, he's got a lot of upcoming movies and TV shows on the way soon. Keanu Reeves has been enjoying a massive renaissance period in his career over the last few years. Helped by the runaway success of the John Wick franchise, Reeves has been put squarely back on the radar of audiences. In the process, everybody's been reminded of the immense talent and range he possesses as an actor. In the past, he's been able to move from full-on action flicks like Speed and Point Break to sci-fi thrillers like The Matrix trilogy to dramas like The Lake House.

In recent years, he's starred in John Wick 3: Chapter 3 - Parabellum and Netflix's romcom Always Be My Maybe, played John Silverhand in E3's Cyberpunk 2077 video game, and has lent his voice to Pixar's Toy Story 4. But, it's only going to get more bigger and better from now on. Here's every project Keanu Reeves will be starring in, from movies to TV, in the coming years.

The Matrix 4 - December 22, 2021


Reeves is headed back to the role of Neo in The Matrix 4. The fourth installment in the franchise — which includes The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions — does not yet have an official title beyond The Matrix 4. Plot details for the film are currently under wraps, but the sequel is also bringing back Carrie-Anne Moss, Reeves' costar from the first three movies. Additional cast members include Jada Pinkett Smith, Priyanka Chopra, Jonathan Groff, Jessica Henwick, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. The Matrix 4 will be released in theaters and simultaneously to HBO Max on December 22, 2021.

John Wick 4 & 5 - May 27, 2022/TBA 2023


Shortly after John Wick Chapter 3 - Parabellum was released in May 2019, it was confirmed that John Wick would be back for more with John Wick 4. The next installment in the franchise is set to arrive in theaters on May 27, 2022. It was originally set for a May 2021 release, but was delayed due the pandemic. The confirmation of the next film's release date means the ball is finally rolling on production and Summit Entertainment is keen to capitalize on the franchise's popularity by getting it back into theaters as soon as possible. Meanwhile, John Wick 5 has also been confirmed. The plan was to film John Wick 4 and John Wick 5 back-to-back, but the pandemic delays pushed back the fifth film's production. For now, John Wick 5 will tentatively be released at some point in 2023, though no concrete release date has been confirmed just yet.

Reeves will obviously reprise his role as the most hunted assassin in the world, John Wick. Parabellum focused on Wick trying to take out other contract killers looking to cash in on the bounty placed on his head after he was deemed "excommunicado" following the events of John Wick 2. With the ending of the third film revealing John Wick survived being shot by Winston (who did so as a way of regaining favor with the High Table) and now teamed with the Bowery King, John Wick 4 could see Reeves and Matrix co-star Lawrence Fishburne going up against Winston and the High Table in the most brutal showdown yet.

Reeves has also expressed an interest in starring in John Wick TV spinoff The Continental, which will explore the hotel syndicate when it's not dealing with its favorite customer.



Reeves will star in the live-action adaptation of BRZRKR, originally a comic book series co-written by him and Matt Kindt, with illustrations by Ron Garney. Reeves is all set to produce the film adaptation, which was officially picked up by Netflix. In addition to producing and starring in the movie, Reeves will also lend his voice to the comic book character "B," a half human/half god, in the spinoff anime series. Both of these projects have only recently been announced and don't yet have a release date.

Rally Car


Reeves' film Rally Car has been in production limbo for a few years now. As far back as 2017, Rally Car was greenlit but searching for a director, eventually landing on Taken 2 and Transporter 3 director Olivier Megaton. According to a 2017 report from The Hollywood Reporter, Reeves will be playing a former hot-shot NASCAR driver who finds himself in a rally car race in China.

There's no word yet on a release date, casting information, and it's unclear why there have been delays in moving forward with filming or distribution.

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