"So I had to play a cyclist, who's like, you know, a young kid, my father's my coach, it's a big race," Reeves told Corden.
"But it was a three-day shoot, for me, it was a great experience because you're going from school and study to the real world. To practical. So it was like hitting marks, we had to improv some scenes, we had to pretend it was hot and we were filming in the winter. You know, so it was real-world, working experience," he added.
The actor then revealed that to play the character, he "shaved his legs".
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