Keanu Reeves calls police on ‘obsessed Matrix fan’ stalker

Incident occurred at actor's LA home last October

Keanu Reeves reportedly sought help from the police when a stranger showed up to his house with a mysterious package that made reference to his role in the Matrix movies.

TMZ reports that actor Reeves phoned the police last October when a man delivered a FedEX envelope to his Los Angeles home.

According to legal documents, the envelope contained a phone number and a note reading: “I will call the cell provided tomorrow. We need to meet as I have already started building the new world. #masterbuilder”. The instructions make reference to a scene from the first Matrix movie, which Reeves starred in.


The report describes the man as an “obsessed” fan of the movie franchise who may suffer from a mental disorder.

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) are said to be investigating the matter.

Meanwhile, Keanu Reeves has written a book about shadows. The actor teamed up with photographer Alexandra Grant for the book, titled simply Shadows.

The book has been described as “a new collaborative series by Alexandra Grant and Keanu Reeves” which “explores the real and symbolic nature of the shadow as image and figure of speech”.