If you’re a diehard Keanu fan — we hope you’ve already forked over some serious cash to travel all the way across the globe. 

Scotland is hosting its first Keanu Reeves film festival this weekend. 

That’s right — an entire film festival dedicated to the fine work of Mr. Reeves. 

From the makers of Cage-a-rama & Weird Weekend (which honors the work of Nicholas Cage every January), KeanuCon will screen almost every one of his movies in Glasgow at the Centre For Contemporary Art. 

“Join us to celebrate the most triumphant Wyld Stallyn himself and trace his career from babe to baba yaga,” the film festival description reads.

A total 8 films will be shown over two days on the 27th and 28th.

The program will include the following films: 

  • One Step Away (Robert Fortier, 1985)
  • Permanent Record (Marisa Silver, 1988)
  • My Own Private Idaho (Gus Van Sant, 1991)
  • Speed (Jan de Bont, 1994)
  • The Matrix (Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski, 1999)
  • John Wick (Chad Stahelski, David Leitch, 2014)
  • Man of Tai Chi (Keanu Reeves, 2013)
  • Constantine (Francis Lawrence, 2005)
  • Challenge Death with Dice Roll Cafe
  • Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (Stephen Herek, 1989)
  • Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey (Peter Hewitt, 1991)
  • Wyld Stallyns live
  • Destination Wedding (Victor Levin, 2019)

Both days have completely sold out of tickets, according to the website.  But hey, there’s a still a pretty cool poster with Keanu’s face on it that’s for sale

Guess for now we’ll just cross our fingers we somehow bump into him on a random stranded flight in the Central Valley. 

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