- Keanu Reeves has auctioned himself on Zoom date for charity
- The Hollywood star had partnered with Camp Rainbow Gold, a charity organization that helps kids with the big C
- The event is dubbed “15 Minutes of Fame with Keanu Reeves”
Keanu Reeves has auctioned himself for a private Zoom date to help raise funds for charity.
One lucky fan will soon get the chance to meet Keanu via Zoom for a one-on-one screentime date. Keanu has partnered with Camp Rainbow Gold, a charity organization based in Idaho that provides camp experiences for children who has been diagnosed with the big C.
The event dubbed as “15 Minutes of Fame with Keanu Reeves” offered a Zoom call that will last for 15 minutes to the highest bidder.
The event description reads, “Bill & Ted. Speed. The Matrix. John Wick. You know him. You love him. This is truly priceless and now you have the chance to Zoom with him from home!”
Fans are encouraged to prepare their own questions but also warned that the “date” will be cut short if Keanu feels there are any inappropriate questions or statements.
The virtual date had an initial value of $10,000 but so far has reached a bidding of $18, 600. The special date will take place in the week beginning July 6 and the auction will end on June 22.
Aside from a date with Keanu, other auctions available on Camp Rainbow Gold include a 15-minute Zoom concert with Fifth Harmony singer Ally Brooke, and even a guitar signed by singer-songwriter Andy Grammer.
Meanwhile, Keanu is set to star in two major movies this year. In August, he will appear in “Bill & Ted: Face the Music,” the third installment of the comedy series which first debuted in 1991. He is also set to take again the lead role of the fourth chapter of “The Matrix.”