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Keanu Reeves Hits Marrakech Film Festival

Keanu Reeves Hits Marrakech Film Festival

Keanu Reeves attends the Tribute to the French Cinema and the Tribute to James Caan during the 2010 Marrakech Film Festival on Friday (December 4) in Marrakech, Morocco.

At the film festival, fifteen feature-length films from around the world are vying to win the “Golden Star” of the Festival, which is held under the patronage of HM King Mohammed VI.

Keanu will be preparing for the action-fantasy movie 47 Ronin, which will start shooting next year and is set for a November 21, 2012 release.

FYI: Keanu is wearing a Costume National suit, Band of Outsiders tie, and Hermes shoes.

15+ pictures inside of Keanu Reeves at the Marrakech Film Festival…

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Credit: Dominique Charriau; Photos: Getty
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  • sea

    ♥ Beautiful and appealing man!
    As usual he looks great and so much younger than his real age.

  • http://@meltingsunsets Laura-C

    It’s amazing how he’s a few years away from 50! and looks as good as he did in the 80′s.

  • Patty

    He looks ridiculous with that ugly facial hair. He can’t act himself out of a paper bag.

  • Lilakoi Moon

    I don’t like the scruffy look. I hate facial hair on him. But he’s so insanely gorgeous<3 ….He looked his best back in the early 90s to me but he’s still very very attractive for a man who’s getting close to his 50s! I’d hit it. XD

  • Tiff

    i looove him and i think he’s a great actor with great looks & all that.. but damn lose the axe murderer facial hair and he will look waaaaayy better.

  • annab

    Keanu is great….wish he would put on a few pounds.

  • SCANDALMONGER

    HOTNESS!! That’s Phucking HOT!!

  • sad

    I like Keanu, but i dislike the policies of morocco towards Sahraouis, the recent treatement death and torture they’ve practised on innocent womens kids is disgusting, it’s been 35 years old that Sahraouis are living under the colonist dictator Morrocan regime, their land has been stolen, being killed and tortured in silence ,Kudos to oscar winner actor Javier Bardem for standing against that shameful treament, we are in 2010 for god sake those people want to vote to decide their own destiny, Keanu should have shown some respect to those suffering people, unless he deosn’t even know /heard about them, like some other people which is sad.

  • Kelly

    He needs to shave, some men just don’t have enough facial hair to make a full beard, and the patchiness makes him look like he’s got the mange.

  • GreenCAT

    Keanu looks so hot for his age!

  • ashley

    morocco is my fav arab country its SO exotic & amazing i wish to visit it some day )

  • flor

    @sea: because he’s immortal!! LOL Love Keanu I wanna marry him

  • Toni

    ‘Sad’, thank you for highlighting the underlying dilemma of Morocco. I, like many others I’m sure, was not aware of this. And good on Javier Bardem for standing against that shameful treament.

  • Jokergurl

    So handsome, always has been nuff’ said. (faints)

  • none

    Does the man not age??!!!!! WTF?

  • Zukayi

    Looks great for his age!

  • Imane

    @Toni: Its Sad that people believe things just because their favorite actor stands by …
    Morocco has lost 12 of its best police members,because they have orders not to use real balls against civilians…
    the police members have been slaughtern and pissed over their bodies …
    Sahara is a part of Morocco,and algeria and Spain wants to get it on saying that they stand behind the sahraoui people …
    they want the petrol and phosphate that are in the sahara ‘s land…and please get the real infos…
    Spain newspeaper used photos of Gaza childreb to pretend that they are sahraouis ….
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIf5riZCfdU

  • vickyU

    love him!

  • British Latin American

    So beautiful. Makes Brad look like used kleenex.

  • British Latin American

    I like the fact that he has chosen an independent life free of marriage and children.

  • Linda

    @Imane:

    Oh shut up you dictator terrorist colonist, you killed more than 20 innocent civilains sahraouis , 4.500 injured let’s not talk about the ones you took in prisons…you didin’t allow any forgeing journalist to show ” the truth” and film what’s going on, you shameful dicatator colonist, and why are you bringing up Algeria you brainwashed envious hater, Algeria is already rich has already Oil and Gaz , Algeria stand for the freedom Algeria knows the price and cost of freedom since its get through the dramatic french colonist, Algeria know what it is, and support people’s freedom, what Algeria said is let these people vote to decide their own destiny, like many other countries, they are free to choose , why you don’t wnat them to vote ?? because you know they want to take their freedom because you know they don’t like colonisation they are living in , they don’t like you colonist, the ones who wants to stole the gaz and phosphate are “you” the miserable shameful thiefs, you’ve already take it shame on u, stolen their land their rights …and you get the nerve to talk

    As for the Spanish media they report the truth, the truth that you don’t want to see and accept , as the whole world who get outside pointing out your shameful treament from Madrid to Roma to Paris to London…. United Nations……

  • Andy

    it is amazing how some people mix the story about an international film festival with propaganda of Polisario and Algeria. Morocco is a moderate, tolerate and peacefull state, and it is my favourite country in the arab world. Just this festival gives an idea about how open this country is.

  • Andy

    to “sad” and “Linda”, and others, please read this:
    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/09/world/africa/09morocco.html

  • elsa

    .. LOVE LOVE LOVE him…………………………………………. Keanu Forever!

  • COQ

    Really markenting product from Hollywood…

  • Needless to say

    Handsome man… Always will be.

  • http://theoracle1.wordpress.com geomaghreb

    @sad:

    Yeah, whatever dude… Go spread your cuban-like propaganda elsewhere. We have all seen the documentary “Stolen” that shed the light on how the sahraoui separatist movement Polisario still practices slavery. Yes, in 2010, there is one spot on earth where slavery is still in practice: http://www.thetruthaboutstolen.com/

  • Jake LeBlanc

    @sad:
    You got them mixed up. Sahraouis are the ones who went against Moroccans. The Moroccan authorities didn’t use any weapon. I know this because I am one of the journalists who covered the event. There’s an official video in theUN proving the Polisario front was violent. They even peed on a dead policeman’s body!

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