Keanu Reeves had his hand and footprints immortalized in cement in front of the TCL Chinese Theatre on Tuesday.

The 54-year-old John Wick actor was honored in a ceremony in Los Angeles, celebrating his career and the nearly 100 movie and television roles he has portrayed.

"I love movies. Gosh I love movies!" Reeves said. "I love watching them, I love making them. It is an honor to be here today to celebrate in this Hollywood hallowed ground."

Reeves' most recent film John Wick: Chapter 3 -- Parabellum is set to open on Friday and his co-stars Halle Berry and Laurence Fishburne attended the ceremony to support him.

Reeves began his acting career as a stage actor in Toronto and eventually scored one of his earliest Hollywood roles in 1986's Youngblood.

Throughout his career he has stared in a variety of films from blockbusters to cult favorites including the Matrix franchise, Speed, Point Break and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.

In the near future Reeves is set to star in a revival of the Bill & Ted franchise and play a role in the upcoming Disney Pixar film Toy Story 4.