Keanu Reeves is most well-known for his roles in The Matrix and Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, but there’s another role he plays in his real life- an immortal being.
Folks have noticed that Keanu Reeves does not appear to have aged since Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, which was filmed around 30 years ago. Some have also pointed out that he bears a striking resemblance to Charlemagne, a portrait of an unknown man in 1530, and Paul Mounet, an actor who died in 1922 but whose body was never found. Folks believe that these men are all the same person–Keanu Reeves, who stages his deaths and then moves to another part of the world and starts over. Folks have also cited Reeves’s generosity to film crews and charity as reasons for his being immortal: he’s lived for so long that he appreciates every human life.
Maybe Keanu is immortal…or maybe he has a Bill and Ted-esque time machine. Whatever he is, we wish he had the power to undo The Lake House.