Keanu Reeves appeared to fulfill his finish in John Wick: Chapter 4, which dropped to the theaters in March and made a formidable $187.1 million domestically and $426.5 million worldwide, all inside a reported $100 million finances.
The movie’s conclusion strongly hints on the demise of Reeves’ iconic character, with Winston (performed by Ian McShane) and The Bowery King (performed by Laurence Fishburn) paying their respects at John’s graveside.
Whereas the franchise lives on with the upcoming prequel TV collection, The Continental, set to debut on the Peacock streaming service on September 22, producer Basil Iwaynk has revealed in a latest interview with Collider that Reeves initially wished for a “definitive” exit within the fourth movie.
Nonetheless, there stays a “10% little opening” that would probably pave the best way for his return.
Following the second, third, and fourth installments, Reeves sometimes finds the method bodily and emotionally draining.
He even expressed a want to be “definitively killed” on the finish of the fourth film, although the filmmakers left a slight opening for his potential return.
Whereas the way forward for the John Wick franchise stays unsure, Iwanyk emphasised the robust bonds between the group and their collective love for the collection.
They’re desperate to discover what’s subsequent for the enduring character and his world, with a dedication to delivering a compelling story somewhat than forcing one other installment.