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Keke Palmer Had a Pool Party with Keanu Reeves for the Most Exciting Reason
The Password Host is filming with Reeves, Aziz Ansari, and Seth Rogen.
Keke Palmer just got together with a slew of other A-listers, including the one and only Keanu Reeves.
On January 24, the Password Host took to her official Instagram page to share some snapshots of her being silly on the set while filming her new movie Good Fortune. In the pictures, she took a selfie with Keanu Reeves and Aziz Ansari, before flashing a peace sign with Seth Rogen.
"Having so much fun with these amazing guys on set of our film 'Good Fortune' — we had a pool scene today that lowkey turned into a real pool party hahaha! Working with Aziz something spontaneous always happens 🤣♥️," Palmer wrote in the caption.
Check out the fun pictures later in this post!
Keke Palmer and Keanu Reeves' movie, Good Fortune
While the storyline and release date for Good Fortune is not yet known, it is confirmed to be a comedy directed by Ansari, and starring Palmer along with Reeves and Rogan.
“We have indeed found good fortune with this film. We love the script and believe strongly in Aziz as both a performer and a director. And when you add in Seth and Keanu – two incredible world-class talents — toplining alongside Aziz, this has the potential to be a very special film for us. We moved quickly to land this project once it was available," Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Chair Joe Drake said in a statement to Deadline.
Keke Palmer's Emmy win
Filming a new movie isn't the only exciting thing that Palmer has been up to lately, as she also recently received her second Emmy Award. She took home the trophy for Outstanding Host for a Game Show for her work on Password, making her the first woman to win the award since 2009, and the first Black woman to be nominated and win in the category.
“Wow. That is so exciting thank you so much. I’m really just so thankful, I’m almost speechless. I want to thank the people who allowed this to happen, thank you to Jimmy Fallon, thank to NBC,” she said during her acceptance speech.
“In a historic year for game shows at the Emmy Awards, we couldn’t be prouder of Keke Palmer’s outstanding host win. She and Jimmy Fallon are a winning duo and have made the latest iteration of Password an undeniable hit,” Corie Henson, EVP, NBCUniversal Entertainment Unscripted Programming, also told the outlet.