If you're feeling like it's the summer of Keanu, you're right.
Sitting down with ABC News' Paula Faris in the sandbox-come-life that is Toy Story Land at Walt Disney World, Reeves revealed his new role in "Toy Story 4" may be his most playful role yet.
His character's name? Duke Caboom.
In Pixar's fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise, Reeves plays an action figure who was immediately rejected by his kid after being opened on Christmas Day, because he couldn’t do the jump exactly like the commercial.
"Duke Caboom, Canada's greatest stuntman. He's a daredevil. He's got a really good heart, brave," Reeves shared.
We sat down with Keanu Reeves to talk joining the @toystory family, his similarities to his #ToyStory4 character Duke Caboom and whether he's a Woody or a Buzz fan. https://t.co/W1vUNMab63 pic.twitter.com/9zdwUqZqI9— Good Morning America (@GMA) June 20, 2019
Asked where Duke ends and Keanu begins, Reeves said: "We're intertwined."
"I always think of building a character as, you have your life experiences and who you are, and then you have the character and you have the story," Reeves said. "And they kind of meet each other and create this other thing."
According to filmmakers, Reeves became Duke Caboom during production, asking questions that dug deep to find the soul of the character.
"At one point he stood up on the table in the middle of Pixar’s atrium and struck poses while proclaiming victory," producer Jonas Rivera said.
“Duke can’t help it,” said Reeves. “He has to perform. It’s who he is. It was great to express my inner Duke Caboom.”
"Toy Story 4" will be released June 21.
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