The internet’s boyfriend just got grabbed having a gala time with his ex.
Keanu Reeves followed Ali Wong’s standup exhibit at the Wiltern in Los Angeles on Saturday, and the performer took to Instagram, later on, to let enthusiasts know she will not be brought back together with her lover onscreen.
“My ex-boyfriend arrived at the exhibit. I told him it is never going to gonna work,” Wong composed.
Reeves fiddled an eccentric edition of himself in the Netflix romantic comedy Always Be My Maybe, in which he popularly romanced Wong’s personality. And while audiences liked that jovial scene in the movie, Wong’s headline makes it obvious their love has drifted.
Reeves does not look too heartbroken however, so we are hoping the two can stay friends. Otherwise, Wong’s true lover, Randall Park, will have to slap him (again).
Wong has been on the Los Angeles, leg of her Milk & Money satire tour for the preceding few weeks, and she has had quite a few popular faces stop by, comprising Mahershala Ali, Daniel Dae Kim (her other ex from Always Be My Maybe), and America Ferrera.
Reeves, in the while, will duplicate his iconic role within the 2020 film Invoice & Ted Face the Music.
Next up for Wong is a position on the highly foreseen Harley Quinn film Birds of Prey, featuring Margot Robbie. Reeves, meanwhile, is established to reprise his amazing role in the 2020 film, Bill & Ted Face the Music. We are happy for them — it is always decent to stay involved after a breakup.
In some information, Reeves’ face was recently changed by Will Smith’s in aa wide faux reimagining of The Matrix. Smith popularly turned down the lead role of Neo (performed by Reeves) in the groundbreaking 1999 film so he may feature in Wild Wild West as an option.