the John Wick the franchise is about to grow with John Wick 4 in production, but the film already had a piece of footage before it even started shooting.
Director Chad Stahelski revealed that he had shot so much for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum that instead of putting everything in a director’s cut, he keeps it for the next episode.
“I like the themes,” he said. The Hollywood Reporter.
“Obviously you can see the influences of old westerns and old samurai movies. All the Arthurian tales for chivalry and all that sort of thing, let’s go back to that.
“We had a few overlapping themes, and I reduced them to the essentials. And there were two action sequences that we really designed, but we just didn’t have room for them.
“So we took them out of the film. And I would like to think that 90% of what I got, there is a place in John Wick 4 that I can definitely reinsert them. ”
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Recently, co-creator and screenwriter of the franchise Derek Kolstad revealed the reason why the films are named after the main character – and it is not because they could not imagine a different title.
“The only reason it’s called John Wick is that Keanu was referring to it John Wick, ” Kolstad explained.
He explained that he was initially to be called Contempt but star Keanu Reeves continued to get the wrong name, so the studio decided to follow him.
John Wick is available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video, while John Wick Chapter 2 and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum are available for purchase on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD now.
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