Kenu Reeves ‘John Wick 2’ Sequel In the Process; Lionsgate Plans To Turn Film Into Multiple-Title Action Franchise
“John Wick” sequel is already in the works and LionsGate plans to turn the film into multiple-title action franchise!
The director of “John Wick,” David Leitch and Chad Stahelski recently revealed that they are already in the development process of the movie’s sequel and Keanu Reeves is said to be tapped to reprise his role as the titular character in the action thriller .
The movie was first released last October 2014 with a box office hit of $78.7 million. The film was a success, so LionsGate decided to give a go signal in doing a follow-up movie that will once again hook the audience to their seats.
In an exclusive interview with Movies.com, co-directors Stahelski and Leitch confirmed that the highly anticipated movie will have a sequel. Both directors excitedly revealed that they are really eager to give the viewers, especially the fans another glimpse into the retired hitman’s life. Though many are in doubt that the sequel will be a success too, both directors made an assurance that they are confident that they can out-do their work in the first film.
Meanwhile, those movie goers who enjoyed the first film may be pleased to know that there are big”John Wick” related plans.
As reported above, LionsGate is also interested in turning the film into a multiple-title action franchise and fans should expect that it will be awesome!
But first, for those who are yet to watch the movie, “John Wick” is a story about a retired assassin. It follows his story of having a personal mission of bloody vengeance. The plot seems too usual, but it surely hit the interest of many movie fanatics as the movie did quite well in the box office.
On the other hand, the 50-year-old actor, Reeves will be the titular character gain while the rest of the original cast’s return is yet to be announced.
According to Venture Capital Post, this will be the third time that Keanu Reeves and both directors will be working together with one another. They first worked together in the 1999 sci-fiction “The Matrix” where both directors performed as the movie’s stuntmen.
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