if you’re a Reeves fan and live in China, bad news: a lot of his movies are being pulled from the country’s streamers.
Earlier this month, Keanu Reeves participated in a benefit concert for Tibet House
a nonprofit organization in New York that’s affiliated with Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.
The Chinese government doesn’t recognize Tibet’s claim to independence, and weeks after Reeves’ participation in this concert,
The Los Angeles Times reports that China’s streaming services have removed the majority of the actor’s movies from their respective libraries.
On the iQiyi platform, no results come up for Keanu Reeves, with some of the deleted movies including the original
It was the first American blockbuster to hit China in almost two months, and in addition to being one of Hollywood’s most well-known actors
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