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John Wick Chapter 4 Clip Shows Bill Skarsgard on a Thrilling Manhunt for Keanu Reeves!

In John Wick: Chapter 4, our favorite assassin faces a race against time. Following the events of John Wick: Chapter 3 Parabellum, the sequel will find the title character on the run across numerous nations, including France, Jordan, and Tokyo, with a reward on his head.

A fresh, 10-second preview of what’s to come was provided by the movie’s official Twitter account. In it, Bill Skarsgard is seen pursuing Keanu Reeves in The Continental, and it appears that Winston Scott, played by Ian McShane, may have said to John Wick, “Win or lose. It offers a way out.

The Marquis de Gramont, a High Table member whose status is threatened by the hitman, is the character played by the actor. Despite their briefness, some of the photos have deep meaning, like the sands of time, which are running out for Wick. The clip teases another thrilling motorcycle chase and perhaps a bigger death toll, so fans are also in for a treat.

John Wick: Chapter 4

On March 24, 2023, John Wick: Chapter 4 will be released in theatres. In addition to Reeves and Skarsg rd, other actors who appear in the film include Donnie Yen as Caine, Laurence Fishburne as The Bowery King, Ian McShane as Winston Scott, Hiroyuki Sanada as Shimazu, Lance Reddick as Charon, Scott Adkins as Killa, Clancy Brown as The Harbinger, Shamier Anderson as The Tracker, Marko Zaror as Chidi, and George Georgiou as The Elder.

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Other than the fact that it will dive further into High Table legend and involve more ninjas, not much is known about the movie’s plot. The longest movie in the series is expected to have some exciting brawls, including one involving Reeves and Yen’s characters. Along with a prospective huge AAA video game from Lionsgate, the stunt-heavy, dog-featuring franchise is receiving a spin-off dubbed Ballerina starring Ana de Armas and Norman Reedus.

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