Actor Keanu Reeves not just figured out how to answer one of the hardest inquiries ever yet did as such that left “Late Show” have Stephen Colbert at an uncommon misfortune for words.
The two were bantering on Friday’s show about the up and coming “Bill & Ted Bite the bullet,” the hotly anticipated third film in the establishment, which Reeves said would discover the pair attempting to compose a melody to spare the whole universe.
If they come up short, “it’s the finish of the universe,” Reeves said.
“You’re confronting your own mortality and the mortality of all presence, stunning,” Colbert answered. “What do you think happens when we kick the bucket, Keanu Reeves?”
The group of onlookers giggled at the out of the blue profound question.
“I realize that the ones who cherish us will miss us.”
Colbert and the whole “Late Show” gathering of people were quickly astounded. As the gathering of people responded with a group “awww,” Colbert just mouthed “stunning” at that point came to over and shook his hand.
The have was quiet for an entire 10 seconds before wrapping up the segment: