The already extensive Keanu Reeves filmography continues to stack up exciting prospects, including the Cudi-featuring return of the Bill & Ted franchise and presumably 348 more John Wick movies. Reeves, however, has yet to be bitten by the Marvel bug. In a recent interview with ComicBook.com, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige confirmed he and his team have been in consistent contact with the 54-year-old actor and are still hopeful that a link-up will come to pass.

"We talk to him for almost every film we make," Feige, who compared Reeves to the recently Marvel'd Jake Gyllenhaal, said at a recent Spider-Man: Far From Home presser in London. He went on to say, "I don't know when, if, or ever he'll join the MCU, but we very much want to figure out the right way to do it."

Reeves, of course, was previously reported as having turned down a Captain Marvel role and is the subject of fan petitions calling for him to become the new Wolverine.

Asked about other possible future MCU inductees like Millie Bobby Brown and Donnie Yen, Feige expressed praise but stopped short of the active recruitment tactics mentioned regarding Reeves.

Reeves is among the artists assembled to help guide us through a big collective cry with this week's Toy Story 4. Tom Hanks, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Christina Hendricks, Bonnie Hunt, Annie Potts, and some guy named Tim Allen are also in the mix.