Chad Stahelskidirector of the John Wick films, spoke about what the upcoming John Wick: Chapter 4 means for the franchise, as well as for him personally.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he said, “In our minds, Keanu and I are done for now. Let’s give John Wick a break. I’m sure the studio has a plan.
“If everyone likes it and it goes well, then we’ll have a quiet minute. Wicks still, for some strange reason, still has the latest release date in Japan. It’s still like three months later. If this time it’s Anyway, we’re going to do a Japanese tour and release the movie in September. Keanu and I are going to take a long trip to Tokyo, sit down at the Imperial Hotel Scotch Bar and say, ” And that?” We’ll have some 20-year-old whiskeys and we’ll write some ideas on napkins. If those ideas come together, maybe we’ll make a movie.
Stahelski opened up about how intense the work on the John Wick franchise has been and whether that’s kept him from working on other projects.
“The Wick movies are very intense, and I love being a part of it all. I tried to be the multi-tasking director – prepping one thing while working on another – but I can’t. So it starts to s ‘add.’
He recalled how far the franchise has come and reflected on an iconic moment from the first episode.
“Killing the Puppy has been written as many times as it has been rewritten. After all, it is mythological. We had to go so far, so far, to make it known that it was totally symbolic. viewers know we’re laughing. But you don’t even know how stressed Dave (David Leitch) and I are about it.
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