The 'John Wick' star was spotted limping during a filming break on the 'Good Fortune' set
Keanu Reeves was seen walking with crutches on the set of his latest film.
On Thursday, the actor, 59, also had an ice pack on his knee during a break on the set of the upcoming movie Good Fortune with costar Seth Rogen.
Reeves was photographed on the Los Angeles set walking with the crutches while Rogen, 41, looked at his phone. Reeves sported a beige trench coat, gray trousers, a white button down and a green tie.
Representatives for Reeves and Lionsgate, the studio behind the film, did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for more information on Thursday.
The film was announced in April 2023. At the time Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Chair Joe Drake said in a statement to Deadline, “We have indeed found good fortune with this film.”
“We love the script and believe strongly in Aziz as both a performer and a director. And when you add in Seth and Keanu – two incredible world-class talents — toplining alongside Aziz, this has the potential to be a very special film for us,” continued Drake. “We moved quickly to land this project once it was available.”
Shortly after the announcement, production was suspended in May due to the writers' strike, reported The Hollywood Reporter.
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“Having so much fun with these amazing guys on set of our film “Good Fortune” — we had a pool scene today that lowkey turned into a real pool party hahaha! Working with Aziz something spontaneous always happens 🤣♥️,” Palmer captioned the Instagram post.
He shared the special announcement on Good Morning America, adding that the book is expected to be published in July. The novel is inspired by BRZRKR, a comic book series the John Wick star released in 2021 and created with co-writer Matt Kindt and artist Ron Garney.
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