Keanu Reeves has had few signature moments in his life ― in terms of getting autographs.
Reed’s was for a pal, he informed host Stephen Colbert in a leftover clip posted Thursday from a latest look.
“He was cool about it,” Reeves mentioned of The Velvet Underground icon. “It was somewhat piece of paper, and it was blue ink. And it simply mentioned ‘Lou Reed.’”
“It will have been actually disappointing if it didn’t say ‘Lou Reed,’” Colbert cracked.
“I do know,” Reeves replied. “However it might have mentioned ‘all my greatest’ or … ”
As for Carlin, who appeared in Reeves’ 1989 hit film “Invoice & Ted’s Glorious Journey,” that autograph was a keeper. And it was a salty one.
Recalled Reeves: “He wrote … I believe it was, ‘Expensive Keanu, Fuck you!’”
“I at all times thought he simply wrote that for me,” the “John Wick” star continued. “Then I met another person who mentioned that he wrote the identical factor to them! … Anyway, stunning.”
Reed died in 2013 at 71. Carlin died in 2008, additionally at 71.
The longtime cinema idol additionally revealed to Colbert within the playfully probing “Colbert Questionert” that he loves peanut butter and honey on toast, and that “Rollerball” (1975) was his favourite motion film as a child.
Take a look at the interview: