Vulture: You’re taking over the Internet. Have you seen all the “Sad Keanu” stuff out there?
Keanu: My publicist showed me the photo, but no.
Vulture: There’s not one photo. There are millions. You’re Photoshopped next to kittens and into Pulp Fiction and next to the cast of The Breakfast Club, and in a million different ways. Have you seen those?
Keanu: Oh, that’s funny! No, no, I haven’t seen them.
Vulture: There are millions, really. Google “Sad Keanu.” You haven’t?
Keanu: [Laughs.] No.
“The ‘Sad Keanu’ meme has been the gift that keeps on giving these past few months… but apparently he hadn’t [heard of it] until he sat down with Vulture for an interview at the Woodstock Film Festival last weekend. …
Reeves then goes on to say the meme sounds like “good clean fun,” and that it’s “conceptually funny.” Self-deprecating and a friend of the internet? I’m gonna go ahead and say it: Keanu Reeves is an American hero.“