- Japanese British pop superstar Rina Sawayama has affirmed Keanu Reeves' reputation as one of Hollywood’s nicest human beings in a recent Variety interview.
- Sawayama, who is set to make her feature acting debut in the upcoming “John Wick: Chapter 4,” revealed how Reeves did things in private to ensure she had a good experience on set.
- “He looked after me in loads of different ways, very much behind the scenes — not telling me that he was doing something for me, but making sure that it was done,” she said. “Although him being one of the executive producers means that he had a hand in casting me, so that was really crazy to comprehend."
- She also praised the actor in an earlier interview with Metro, saying: “Keanu just has such an ordinariness about him – he’s really down to earth, he’s someone who is so chilled and lovely – just great to hang out with like he’s a family member.”
- Sawayama’s accounts add to the numerous anecdotes of positive experiences other people have shared about the actor, including the time he bought each member of his stunt team a Rolex watch after “John Wick: Chapter 4” wrapped filming.
A new cast member of the upcoming “John Wick: Chapter 4” has spoken out to affirm Keanu Reeves’ reputation as one of Hollywood’s nicest people.
Japanese British pop superstar Rina Sawayama, who is set to make her feature acting debut in the highly anticipated action film, revealed in a recent Variety interview how the actor looked after her during filming.
- Japanese British singer Rina Sawayama released her new music video “Hold The Girl” yesterday.
- The song’s title is taken from her upcoming album, due out on Sept. 16.
- In a press release, Sawayama says she wrote the song after having a revelation in therapy.
- The song is a follow up of her previous single releases this year, such as “This Hell” and “Catch Me In The Air.”
- She is slated to headline her U.S. tour throughout November, starting in New York and finishing in Los Angeles.
Japanese British singer Rina Sawayama dropped a new music video on Wednesday titled “Hold the Girl,” which shares the name of her upcoming album.
Directed by Ali Kurr, who also recently worked on Sawayama’s “This Hell,” the music video has the artist trapped in a time loop and stuck in a 19th-century farmhouse until she manages to break out.
- Japanese British artist Rina Sawayama is accompanied by an entourage of cowboy hat-wearing dancers at a Western-themed wedding celebration and afterparty in the new music video for her single "This Hell."
- First unveiled last month, “This Hell” is the lead single off of Sawayama’s sophomore album “Hold That Girl,” which releases on Sept 2.
Japanese British artist Rina Sawayama is accompanied by an entourage of cowboy hat-wearing dancers at a Western-themed wedding celebration and afterparty in the new Ali Kurr-directed music video for her single “This Hell.”
First unveiled last month, “This Hell” is the lead single off of Sawayama’s sophomore album “Hold That Girl,” which releases on Sept 2. The glitzy blend of pop and country proudly celebrates communal expression and defiance in the face of oppression. The music video dropped on Wednesday.