KEANU REEVES has taken the theory “sex sells” to heart.
The Matrix actor was so flattered to learn players of a video game he stars in had been trying to bed his virtual character that he fist-pumped the air.
GettyKeanu was so flattered to learn players of a video game he stars in had been trying to bed his virtual character that he fist-pumped the air[/caption]
While the developers of Cyberpunk 2077, in which Keanu’s avatar is the ghost of a war-veteran-turned-rock star, have now removed the modification that enabled gamers to simulate sex, he said: “Oh my god, it’s always nice, when it’s nice.
“Think of how much money is in porn, so you would not even have to be there and people could have digital sex with your avatar. What’s it called right now, ‘For Members Only’? You could do a whole thing.”
And the Hollywood heartthrob took it one step further, proposing fans could use other methods of virtual reality to feel closer to him.
He said: “Then you get the suit, that’s probably made in Sweden or some German thing. And then you’ve got the VR thing.
“Then they’ve got the data on you with your like, arousal metrics.”
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