DC League of Super-Pets, an upcoming animated film, has created quite a buzz among fans with its star-studded cast. The film features the dynamic duo of Dwayne Johnson and Keanu Reeves working together in the same project, which is a dream come true for many fans. However, what many people might not know is that this isn’t the first time the two actors have come close to working together on a project.
As it turns out, there was a project in the works a few years ago that would have featured both Dwayne Johnson and Keanu Reeves. Unfortunately, the project never came to fruition, but it’s clear that the two actors have great respect for each other and are excited to finally be working together on DC League of Super-Pets.
During a recent interview, both Keanu Reeves and Dwayne Johnson opened up about their experiences working together on the film. Surprisingly, the two actors had not met before the premiere of the movie, but they had a great time interacting with each other during the interview. Both men exuded humility and mutual admiration for each other’s work, which made fans even more excited to see them on the big screen together.
When asked about their collaboration on DC League of Super-Pets, both Keanu and Dwayne had nothing but positive things to say about each other. They praised each other’s work ethic and dedication to their craft, and both expressed a desire to work together again in the future. Whether or not we will see the two actors team up for another project remains to be seen, but their chemistry on screen in DC League of Super-Pets is sure to be a hit with fans.
Interestingly, it was also revealed that Keanu Reeves was originally in talks to play the role of Eteon’s Director in the film Hobbs and Shaw, according to Dwayne Johnson. However, after careful consideration, it was decided that the role wasn’t the right fit for Reeves, and the part went to someone else. Nevertheless, both actors handled the situation with professionalism and respect, proving that they are truly class acts in Hollywood.