the Given Last Keanu Reeves Movie to Cross $1 Billion at the Box Office Will Shock You

It is unusual for an actor to sustain popularity and durability in Hollywood, yet Keanu Reeves has been a box office success for nearly three decades. 

From Ted in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure to blasting his way through Paris as John Wick in John Wick: Chapter 4, 

 Reeves is one of the few movie stars who can still draw audiences to theaters. With so many legendary parts in his filmography, such as Neo in The Matrix films,

it's logical to believe that at least one of Reeves' franchise films has crossed the $1 billion mark. Surprisingly, a franchise film in which Reeves appears has grossed $1 billion,

, but it does not feature Reeves as an assassin or a law enforcement officer. Instead, his single admission into the $1 billion box office club is Toy Story 4, in which he voices an animated stuntman.

Reeves is one of the new cast members who joined the fourth chapter of the popular Pixar movie 

to play one of the new toys Woody (Tom Hanks) and Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) meet on a road trip with their new owner,

Bonnie (Madeleine McGraw). While his character doesn't have as many laughs per minute as Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele's Ducky and Bunny, 

Respectively, Reeves succeeds in making his imprint in a franchise full of distinctive toys as Canadian stuntman Duke Caboom.

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