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Will John Wick: Bring Actors To More Matrix Chapter 4? This Is What Chad Stahelski is Saying

Will John Wick: Bring Actors To More Matrix Chapter 4? This Is What Chad Stahelski is Saying

John Wick: Chapter 2 brought The Bowery King to this globe of colourful criminals, offering Keanu Reeves another chance to work together with Laurence Fishburne as Neo and Morpheus.
Trilogy of the matrix. In this summer's John Wick, Bowery King returned: Chapter 3-Parabellum, and at the very end of the three-prong alliance with the eponymous protagonist, setting the stage for John Wick: Chapter 4 in 2021.

No plot details have yet been disclosed for the fourth entry in this action-heavy franchise, but considering how significant Laurence Fishburne has become to this great tale, we could see more Matrix actors being included in John Wick: Chapter 4 or down the row somewhere else, like Carrie-Anne Moss or Hugo Weaving? Here's what the director of the first three John Wick films, Chad Stahelski, had to say on the subject:

You understand, Keanu and I'm talking a lot about where we're going. John Wick 3 hasn't been finished and we have this excellent large plan of how to get into Chapter 4. We're continually thinking about it, and we're trying not to force stuff. I definitely don't want a cast member to attempt to get someone into it as a gag and work a tale around it. If, and you know, we produce these excellent characters in my head, It makes sense to bring Carrie-Anne or Hugo Weaving or any of our Matrix compadres in there and it works and if they're interested, it's always a plus because they're friends and I believe they're all great performers. So it's still to be seen.

While he's not yet going to disclose whether or not he's directing John Wick: Chapter 4, Chad Stahelski has told ComicBookMovie that he'll stay "in some capacity" with the franchise until "likely" his career is over. So rest assured, he's going to have a hand in casting for John Wick: Chapter 4 and any more sequels that might follow, and he sounds like a match to bring in more Matrix alumni if it's in the correct conditions.

As Chad Stahelski perceives, He doesn't want to take any other Matrix actors to the globe of John Wick just for that hell. First Stahelski and his team need to build characters for the next tale, and then they can proceed from there if they decide that someone like Carrie-Anne Moss is a good fit for a role. Even if they don't get as much screen time as someone like The Bowery King, they're going to have a significant presence at least as opposed to being taken in for a cameo look.

Casting news for John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum was not released until the beginning of 2018, so we'll probably have to wait until the beginning of next year for formal announcements about who John Wick is bringing in and who's coming back. There's certainly no shortage of ways to involve one of the Matrix people in the story, whether it's John's ally or enemy, but we'll just have to wait and see if they're considered the right fit for any of those new players.

As far as familiar faces are concerned, we can suppose that together with Laurence Fishburne reprising Bowery King alongside Keanu Reeves ' John, we will also meet with Ian McShane's Winson and Lance Reddick's Charon, who have been around since the first film and, Despite appearances at the end of Chapter 3, John's battle against The High Table will ideally still help, even if it had to be done discreetly.

It is worth noting that Keanu Reeves is again teaming up with Carrie-Anne Moss and writer / director Lana Wachowski for The Matrix 4, which is supposedly starting manufacturing in the months to come. So, even if nothing works on the things side of John Wick, they're going to work together again quickly.

John Wick: Chapter 4 opens on May 21, 2021, so stay tuned to CinemaBlend for more development updates. Meanwhile, keep track of the remaining films of this year with our release timetable for 2019.

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