Keanu Reeves poses for a photograph.
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Hollywood star Keanu Reeves had personalised T-shirts made for the John Wick stunt team emblazoned with the number of times they "died" during the making of movie. He also handed out engraved Rolex watches.
The actor reprised his role as the feared assassin for the fourth installment in the hit franchise and he made sure all of the stunt workers on the movie felt appreciated by giving them shirts emblazoned with the number of times they acted out a death scene - as well as pricey timepieces said to be worth 7,300 Pounds ($9,011.84) each, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Reeves is also said to have presented four of the stunt workers with pricey Rolex Submariner watches each engraved with the words "The John Wick Five" along with the crew member's name and the message: "Thank you ... Keanu ... JW4 2021."
The actor is also believed to have purchased one of the watches for himself, according to Indo-Asian News Service
A member of the team posted pictures of the gifts on Instagram as well as the moment Keanu presented them with the watches, calling it the "best wrap gift ever."
It's not yet known whether Keanu will return for a fifth movie, but head of the Lionsgate movie studio Joe Drake recently hinted John Wick could be back again, telling Deadline.com: "We're not ready to say goodbye to Keanu with this franchise. It's what alternative there will be ... There's a lot of different things that we can do."
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