How many words did Keanu Reeves limit his character John Wick to, in Chapter 4?


John Wick Chapter-4 has arrived and the enigma around the characters has struck the audience like lightning in a night. Chapter 4 is turning out to be the best in the sequel, making massive strides at the box office numbers.

The limited dialogue in the movie has turned out to be a boon for the hitman character.

A person playing at would have probably spoken a few words more than Reeves. Nonetheless, It was the character ark and the action sequences that were more fascinating than the dialogues.

Keanu Reeves, the star of the show that Chapter 4 has managed to put up has outdone himself. The director Chad Stahelski has shown consistency with his work, creating a stormy yet enchanting world for all of those who are hitman and hitwomen fans.

The 4th in line has made an opening collection of a staggering $137.5 million. The character John Wick has managed to intrigue the audience, much to be supported by the character Charon portrayed by the late Lance Reddick as well as Winston, played by Ian McShane.

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The introverted but mystical aura of the John Wick protagonist has been summed up in a short script with only 380 words, yes you read it right! The reasons quoted behind the image developed for a quiet hero on screen have been reported by Wall Street Journal.

How many words did Keanu Reeves limit his character John Wick to, in Chapter 4?
How many words did Keanu Reeves limit his character John Wick to, in Chapter 4?

The excerpts from a recent interview read, “Reeves stripped out roughly half the dialogue written for his character in the initial script.” A stunning portrayal of similar leading men with only a few lines but a lot to deliver has been spotted rarely, say for example Mad Max: Fury Road lad Max Rockatansky.

Baba Yaga, as the assassin is named is ruthless and is displayed stoically and mystically. He has conveyed the emotions through his performance to a fair extent, starring the damning “Yeah” like no one else.

The essence of the experience lies in the fight scenes, something that has been well-planned and executed throughout the cinematic show. The reviews have presented the movie as a “gorgeous-looking” film, and the collections speak volumes of how much performance and direction stand over mere dialogue delivery.

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