Reeves is equally known for his action movie roles, in the movies "Speed" and "The Matrix" series, he's also known for his romantic leads in movies "The Replacements" and "The Lake House" and "Sweet November." These days Reeves is concerned about persevering the art of film.
Reeves interviews over 150 filmmakers, cinematographers, directors, actors and engineers and selects 70 of the interviews, in his documentary project, discussing the past, present and future of the film industry as digital technology grows and old school photo-chemical film recedes.
Reeves said, “When I started the documentary, I was on the 'what are we losing' part of the story. And then through the course of it, I came to a place of understanding the difference and I kind of came to the place the documentary is talking about. It doesn't matter what tool you are using basically to paraphrase, but how do you want to tell your story?”
Reeves is not completely against digital technology, “It’s fine, as long as we still have a choice. A year ago, I was very, very concerned. Fuji is not making commercial film stock, I believe,” Reeves said.
Reeves admits that there is something a cinema offers which Netflix, and indeed illegal downloads, can’t: “What the big screen offers is the size and the commitment of going to the movies and a shared experience. The cinema, the production values - all of that is seen on the big screen. Those elements are unique and very special.”
The Telegraph cites, Reeves is working on a film called, "Man of Tai Chi" a multilingual Kung Fu movie. When asked if there will be another 'Bill and Ted" on the cards? Reeves responded, “Hopefully. I don’t know. There’s a script being written and we’ll see how that goes.”