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  1. "John Wick: Chapter 4" officially bows at its London premiere on Monday night, and the social media reaction embargo lifted during the premiere.
  3. The fourth story follows on from the conclusion of "John Wick Chapter 3 - Parabellum," which saw Keanu Reeves' famous assassin take a tumble from atop the Continental Hotel after being betrayed by his friend Winston (Ian McShane). Of course, Wick lives. "Chapter 4" is the story of the deadly pariah traveling the globe in search of freedom from the rule of the elusive high-powered, ruthless High Table.
  5. The critical darling action series has received a lot of praise from its first round of reactions particularly for its extensive list of partners in the fight that comprises Donnie Yen, Hiroyuki Sanada, Marko Zazor, Scott Adkins and Rina Sawayama. Another major issue of discussion is the running time of the film of an extended two hours and 49 minutes38 minutes more than the previous entry's.
  7. Los Angeles Times critic Katie Walsh enjoyed the movie, praising its visuals as an improvement over other blockbusters from franchises. However, she added about one element she hated: "Because it's dumb."
  9. Collider chief editor Steven Weintraub had nothing but praise for the film, indicating that Reeves engages in some shenanigans with a dragon's breath shotgun.
  11. CinemaBlend critic Eric Eisenberg expressed some reservations about the film's daunting runtime. But he states that it "earns it" with "smart pacing" and some strong set pieces.
  13. John Wick: Chapter 4 director and franchise creator Chad Stahelski explains why he hopes to take a break from the series prior to beginning work on the next installment. Stahelski began the career path as a stuntman in Hollywood acting as a stunt man prior to joining forces with actor Keanu Reeves to make the 2014 film John Wick. Stahelski was co-directing the film along with David Leitch, before solely managing the next three sequels following John Wick was a surprise financial and critical success.
  16. Interview with the film company /Film, Stahelski speaks about his plans for the next chapter of the film franchise in advance of John Wick: Chapter 4's theatrical release. In watch John Wick Chapter 4 , he shares that he feels he should take a break from the franchise prior to continuing Wick's story. However director Stahelski has said the possibility of not directing John Wick 5 as a John Wick 5 film, declaring, "I'm always saying, 'This is my last one that will never be repeated.' So, I'll tell you now this is my final one." For reasons why he believes it's necessary to take a break, Stahelski says:
  18. While Stahelski wants to move on from John Wick's tense adventure through the criminal underworld The franchise is set to expand with the Ana de Armas-led spin-off Ballerina. The story is set between John Wick: Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 of John Wick Parabellum and John Wick: Chapter 4, Ballerina explores the story of de Armas' Rooney, who begins her own quest for revenge against the murderers of her family. In the meantime, de Armas is taking over the role of Unity Phelan, Reeves, Ian McShane, Lance Reddick and Anjelica Huston will all take on roles they played in previous installments of the series.
  21. After his work on John Wick: Chapter 4 and the other chapters in the series, Stahelski is set to utilize his talents as a director to new worlds beyond the high-stakes gunplay that was Reeves the master assassin. in 2021 Stahelski signed on to develop a film adaptation of Ghosts of Tsushima, the hit 2020 PlayStation game in which a samurai defends the isle of Tsushima in the first Mongol attack on Japan. The director will also create a new version for the Highlander franchise and Stahelski stating that he envisioned his take on the fight between immortals to be a trilogy of films.
  23. John Wick: Chapter 4 is one of 2023's eagerly anticipated films of 2023. As such, while there is a possibility of disappointment with the possibility of a break between installments, it is evident that Stahelski's ideas could prove beneficial to future films. Furthermore, with the director's upcoming projects converting weapons for swordplay the lessons Stahelski learns from Ghosts of Tsushima and Highlander could lead to exciting fight scenes in the future films.
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