Three movies in and the question remains unanswered: What does John Wick's (Keanu Reeves) laugh sound like? We've seen the man grunt, grunt heavily, exhale with force, and, on occasion, yell. This is unquestionably a man with feelings, yet not once have I seen him enjoy even a chuckle at the expense of one of his many victims. You'd have thought killing a dude with the back end of a horse would do the trick, but no, Wick rolls on with his mission just as if he didn't just do the funniest murder in the history of New York City.
Luckily, comedian Ali Wong is here to fill in the gaps. I don't know if you've heard, but Keanu Reeves, as himself, is a highlight in the infuriatingly charming Netflix rom-com, headed (and written) by Wong and longtime friend Randall Park. With a schedule as tight as Keanu's, she says, they only had him for four days to shoot his scenes, and he didn't watch any of the footage until he showed up for the premiere. By all accounts, it seemed like he enjoyed himself.
The above clip, from Ali Wong's appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, is worth watching all the way through, where the likes of Randall Park's dick and Ali Wong's status as a butthole joke connoisseur (Ali, Same! Kindred!) are discussed, but if you've got a busy day and want to get to the Keanu stuff, go ahead and skip to the 7:35 minute mark. Not only did Keanu show up to the premiere to check out his scenes, he also dug the rest of the movie, too, if Wong's impression of his booming, staccato laugh is anything to go by.
So, that's what Keanu Reeves laughing sounds like. If you need me, I'll be listening to this song for nine straight hours while planning out how, one day, I will find Keanu Reeves and make him laugh.
Originally Appeared on GQ