First there was a bus, and then a boat—but will we end up getting another action-packed mode of transportation in a third Speed film? That's what was on interviewer Scott Evans's mind as he chatted with Keanu Reeves at the premiere of John Wick: Chapter 4. In response to the Access Hollywood reporter's question, Reeves said that there is one thing that would bring him back to the Speed franchise: a great script.
Next year, the first Speed film will celebrate its 30th anniversary. The Jan de Bont-directed film hit theaters in July 1994 and ended up grossing over $350 million at the box office, also winning two Academy Awards for Best Sound Effects Editing and Best Sound. When Evans pulled out a picture of Reeves and his co-star, Sandra Bullock, on the set of Speed, the Matrix actor held up the pic and said: “Hi Sandy! Hi.”