Keanu Reeves helps passengers after flight makes emergency landing

Publish Date
Wednesday, 27 March 2019, 7:28PM

If you type ‘Keanu Reeves nice’ into Google, you’ll be presented with several articles titled something to the effect of ‘Why Keanu Reeves Is The Nicest Actor In Hollywood.’ Reeves donated 70% of his Matrix gains to cancer research and has since opened a foundation in his sister’s name, who has been in remission from cancer since 1999 and who he allegedly shelled out $5 million for her treatment. The dude took a 90% pay cut for The Replacements so Gene Hackman could be in the movie.

Here he is being filmed unknowingly and giving up his seat on the New York subway. This may seem like a minuscule gesture but anyone who’s been to NYC knows that general accepted code of conduct is ‘Don’t make eye contact. Don’t help those in need. Don’t pee on them if they’re on fire.’

The John Wick star demonstrated his character yet again while aboard a United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Burbank. According to Yahoo News, the flight had to divert to Bakersfield because of a mechanical issue, where it landed safely.

As passengers were scrambling to figure out travel logistics from Burbank, the 54-year-old Reeves stepped up to the plate to assist. He arranged for a van to pick up passengers, which he would ride as well, as it was quicker to drive to Los Angeles than it was to fly.

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