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Keanu Reeves: Motorcycle Man!

Keanu Reeves: Motorcycle Man!

Keanu Reeves heads towards his motorcycle after eating dinner with friends at Spago restaurant on Thursday (September 22) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 47-year-old actor waved hello to his fans before putting on his helmet and riding off.

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Point Break, a film Keanu made in 1991, which was directed by Kathryn Bigelow and co-starred the late Patrick Swayze, is being remade, according to the New York Times.

A press release stated that the film will be “set in the world of international extreme sports, and like the original involves an undercover F.B.I. agent infiltrating a criminal ring, but plot points beyond that have not been revealed by the filmmakers.”

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10 Comments

# 1

This remake trend is out of control. And I can’t believe they are after this movie. Along with Dirty Dancing. What, they’re gonna remake all of Patrick’s movies? It’s insulting.

# 2

leave him alone, papz!!!! he looks like he is in lot of pain just by us invading his privacy. hence the crapy look. kisses and hugs to K-man

# 3

Hmmm. The re-make of Point Break sounds like The Departed with surfboards…or something.

I like Keanu, but I have never seen an actor more determined to remain a mystery and keep his private life extremely private. Not criticizing him at all. Just that seeing him out like this reminds me how rare that is.

# 4

The original “Point Break” is an iconic movie. What will they do next? Repaint the Mona Lisa?

Money-grubbing philistines …

# 5
Kristina Hendricks @ 09/24/2011 at 10:28 am

It’s ripe for a remake.
Shia LaBeouf, Penn Badgley or Chace Crawford as FBI Agent Johnny Utah
Chad Michael Murray as Bodhi
Simon Pegg or Eddie Izzard as FBI Agent Angelo Pappas
Mischa Barton, Sophia Bush, Kat Dennings or Leighton Meester as Tyler Endicott

# 6

I hope the remake will include Julie Michaels’ character, ‘Freight Train’, the strong, sexy, gorgeous and empowered fully naked young woman who beats up Keanu Reeves during the raid scene in the original. She is an inspiration to all of us women. Man! I feel like a woman!
After the FBI agents storm the house while she is in the shower, she screams and cowers in fear. She rams Utah from behind into the wall and he drops his gun. She punches in the face. She grabs his hair in both hands and drives his head into a mirror. Then she knees him in the balls. She drives her elbow into the back of his neck as he falls to the floor. She kicks him in the face with her foot. Leaving Utah slumped, she appears behind another FBI agent and drives a pair of scissors into his back. She pulls them out, goes for another stab, when Pappas spins her around and slams her face-first into the wall, knocking her out.

# 7

They must include the below quote from the original film in the remake:
“lt’s time for lunch. Around that corner is a sandwich shop. They sell meatball sandwiches. Best l’ve ever tasted. Would you go get me two? Come on, partner. Two. Thank you. Utah! Get me two!”

# 8

I like him… only because he’s not a fame wh* re like everyone else

# 9
RachelSun @ 09/24/2011 at 5:33 pm

Patrick Swayze movies re-made, Red Dawn, Dirty Dancing now Point Break. I think even Road House! This is ridiculous. None of those actors can replace him. Also in Point Break none of them are half as gorgeous as Keanu and Patrick were when they made that movie.

hobieluv83 @ 09/25/2011 at 2:39 am

Ugh, enough with the remakes. Originality people, I know there are talented authors/screenwriters out there. Quit messing with classics! Plus, stop remaking P. Swayze’s movies, it’s like a slap in the face to the deceased.

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