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THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL

KEANU REEVES (Klaatu) is one of Hollywood's most sought after leading men. Reeves most recently starred opposite Forest Whitaker in the thriller "Street Kings,” released by Fox Searchlight Pictuures. Prior to that, Reeves starred opposite Sandra Bullock in the romantic drama "The Lake House” and in "A Scanner Darkly,” a highly stylized blend of live-action and animation. Reeves also starred in the comic book adaptation "Constantine” opposite Rachel Weisz, the independent film "Thumbsucker,” "Something's Gotta Give,” a romantic comedy in which he starred opposite Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, as well as "The Matrix Revolutions,” the final chapter in the blockbuster "The Matrix” trilogy and the follow-up to "The Matrix Reloaded.”

His long list of film credits include the smash hit "Speed,” plus "Hardball,” "The Gift” opposite Cate Blanchett for which he received critical acclaim, "Sweet November,” "The Replacements,” "A Walk in the Clouds,” the hit thriller "Devil's Advocate” opposite Al Pacino and Charlize Theron, "Little Buddha,” and "Much Ado about Nothing,” opposite Denzel Washington, Emma Thompson and Michael Keaton. Reeves was also seen in "Bram Stoker's Dracula,” "My Own Private Idaho,” "Point Break,” the very popular "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure” and it's sequel, "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey.”

Raised in Toronto, Reeves performed in various local theater productions and on television before relocating to Los Angeles. His first widely acclaimed role was in Tim Hunter's "River's Edge.” He then starred in Marisa Silver's "Permanent Record,” and with Amy Madigan and Fred Ward in "The Prince of Pennsylvania.” He portrayed the innocent Danceny in Stephen Frears' highly praised "Dangerous Liaisons,” alongside Glenn Close, John Malkovich and Michelle Pfeiffer. He joined other outstanding casts that year in Ron Howard's comedy "Parenthood,” and Lawrence Kasdan's "I Love You to Death.”

Audiences saw Reeves for the first time as the romantic lead opposite Barbara Hershey in Jon Amiel's "Tune in Tomorrow,” also starring Peter Falk. His additional credits include Tri- Star's sci-fi thriller "Johnny Mnemonic,” Andrew Davis' action film, "Chain Reaction,” and the dark comedy "Feeling Minnesota,” directed by Steve Baigelman for New Line Cinema.

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