What did Matthew Perry say about Keanu Reeves? The comments that have fans shocked
Friends actor Matthew Perry has been trending on Twitter thanks to some weird comments about fellow actor Keanu Reeves he made in his upcoming memoir. Here, check out the full story.
“friends” the actor Matthew Perry He talks about his struggles with addiction in his upcoming memoir, “Friends, lovers and the big terrible thing” Which will be released on the 1st of November. However, fans were shocked by some of the snippets the actor was talking about Keanu ReevesAnd not in a good way.
According to IMDb, the two stars did not take part in any project. However, according to reports from Variety and Page Six, Perry, 53, threw… ‘Bugs out of nowhere’ In Reeves, 58, at two points in the memoir while talking about the tragic deaths of actors and co-stars River Phoenix and Chris Farley.
The team of friends worked alongside Phoenix in “A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon” in 1988 “Almost Heroes” With Farley in the same year. And for some reason, he thinks this is unfair Reeves It still “walks between us”. You have to hear the full story.
Perry’s annoying comments about Keanu Reeves
Per Variety, Perry reflects on the deaths of various artists, and in doing so, appears to be critical of Reeves. Mentionsed “genius” that died from overdoses, such as Phoenix, Farley, and Heath Ledger. The full excerpt from the same source:
“River was a beautiful man, inside and out—too beautiful for this world, it turns out. It always seems that really talented men are the ones who get off. Why did original thinkers like River Phoenix and Heath Ledger die, but Keanu Reeves still walks among us? River was a better actor than me; You are more entertaining. But I definitely kept myself in our scenes — no small feat, when I look back decades later.”
He made similar statements when recalling his reaction to Farley’s death in 1997, at the age of 33. “I punched a hole in the wall of Jennifer Aniston’s dressing room when I found out. Keanu Reeves walks between us. I had to promote “Almost Heroes” two weeks after his death; I found myself speaking out about his death from drugs and alcohol. I was high the whole time.”