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Hideo Kojima and his latest post make us dream of Keanu Reeves in Death Stranding 2

The Japanese genius and his latest nod to the stars.

Hideo Kojima and his latest post make us dream of Keanu Reeves in Death Stranding 2

Hideo Kojima, the prominent Japanese creative, usually leaves no one indifferent, whatever the context. His social media has been the site of countless theories over time, and his latest Instagram post has us dreaming about the possible appearance of Keanu Reeves in Death Stranding 2. Kojima shared some images showing Keanu Reeves alongside his fellow actor and Death Stranding protagonist.

The images uploaded by Kojima belong to the travel show “Ride with Norman Reedus,” which began in 2016 and has had five seasons on AMC. It has been confirmed that this documentary series will have a sixth season, and among the guest stars will be none other than Keanu Reeves, actor of The Matrix, They Call Him Bodhi, and John Wick, among others. This match has sparked rumors due to the fact that Hideo Kojima has uploaded the images to his social media, will Keanu Reeves appear in Death Stranding 2? The actor is no stranger to the video game world, as he recently appeared in Cyberpunk 2077 as Johnny Silverhand.

Kojima and his passion for cinema

Considered one of the greatest geniuses in the history of video games, Kojima leaves no one indifferent, whether you love him or hate him. The Japanese creative is passionate about cinema, and that is why his video games tend to have a different touch, focused on a much more cinematographic aspect. His relationship with several actors and personalities such as Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen, and Guillermo del Toro. Even with prominent figures in the 70s like Lindsay Wagner, to whom he was able to give a “new youth” in Death Stranding.

The sequel to his game is one of the most anticipated titles in the industry, and when he is able to add celebrities such as Keanu Reeves, the expectations are even higher.


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