John Wick: Chapter 4’s Ian McShane jokes about how fight scenes featuring Winston were cut from the final film.
John Wise Chapter 4star Ian McShane joked recently that he’d filmed action scenes to make the sequel to the action-thriller but they ended up on the cutting table.
McShane spoke out about the fake deleted scenes featuring Winston Scott during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers. He explained, “They did send me a few action scenes however they cut them out because they were [expletive]”. They were. I started to learn the ancient martial arts, known as McThai. It’s a Scottish martial art that ]… which you wear a kilt, naked, and then you race at them. It terrifies them… I ran into co-star Donnie Yen and he ran in the opposite direction.”
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McShane’s remarks were joking, McShane is an English actor who has expressed previously desire to be a part of the John Wickfranchise’s elaborately choreographed action sets. McShane may need to wait as Chad Stahelski, director, has recently stated that Keanu Reeves and he aren’t eager to begin working on Chapter 5. “In our heads, Keanu and I are done for the moment. We’re going to let John Wick a rest,” Stahelski said. “I’m sure the studio has a plan for John Wick: Chapter 5chapter 5. If everyone is thrilled and it goes kooky, we’ll have a peaceful minute.”
Critics love John Wick: Chapter 4
If John Wickis indeed going off the air, the series has done it with the style of. Early reviews for John Wick Chapter 2 were mostly favorable. Critics agreed that the sequel was “bigger better, more frenzied, and longer-lasting” in comparison to the first installments. Several reviews singled out the movie’s brisk pacing and entertainment value (especially about the many fight scenes). Reeves was also highly praised, along with franchise newbies Donnie Yen and Bill Skarsgard.
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John Wick Chapter 4‘s commercial performance is anticipated to mirror its critical success also. Analysts expect the fourth installment in the action thriller series to bring in $60-70 million at the domestic box office during its first weekend. John Wick Chapter 4 will beat the Parabellum franchise record of between $60 and 70 million if the prediction is accurate. That film posted $56.8 million in ticket sales in its opening weekend before it raked in $171 million in North America and over $328 million across the globe which makes it John Wick’s highest-grossing film up to now.
John Wick Chapter 4 will be released in cinemas on March 24, 2023.
Source: Late Night with Seth Meyers, via YouTube