Keanu Reeves recalled the shaving of his legs for a 1983 Coca-Cola commercial.
Actor Keanu Reeves remembered to shave his legs for one of his first acting roles, a Coca-Cola commercial from 1983.
Reeves, 53, told James Corden on “The Late Late Show” on Monday that he was “full method” in the preparation to shoot the commercial, which focused on the Reeves a cold soda by his father after a bike race.
“So, I had to play a cyclist, a young child, my father is my trainer, it is a great game,” Reeves told Corden.
“It’s about me and my father — it was a three-day shoot,” he explained. “But for me, it was a great experience, because you are going to school to study to the real world, to practical. It was the hit of brands, we had to improv some of the scenes. It was a real-world experience.”
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“I’ve shaved my legs,” he admitted.
Corden appeared stunned and asked, “You shaved your legs for this commercial?”
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Reeves cleared by to say, “Yes! Because I play am a cyclist.”
Corden then played the commercial for Reeves and the audience. The star called have to drink a lot of soda during the filming of the commercial.
“It was very funny,” he said.
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