John Wick 4: this stunning action scene took seven days of filming, Keanu Reeves recalls this feat.
Published on 03/27/2023 at 10:10
Keanu Reeves is returning to cinemas as John Wick! The fourth installment of the franchise was released a few days ago, and it is a big hit. A great accomplishment for a film that often took months to develop.
This article evokes a sequence that may wreak havoc on spectators who want to see everything at the cinema.
Chapter 4 of John Wick is already a smash hit.
John Wick is angry, we know that, since 2014, he has been hunted by a large number of bounty hunters, and this new adventure offers an opportunity to prow the world in search of the most powerful members of the underground. In this film, Chad Stahelski serves with even more actionmore choreographed scenes and twists.
John Wick: Chapter 4 is a smash hit, earning no less than $73.5 million on the market in its first weekend of production, surpassed by Shazam! Fury of the Gods and Creed 3, while remaining far behind the new MCU film, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
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Part of the film was shot in Paris, and more specifically in Montmartre, where we find the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. A sequence which has every possibility of becoming cult and that required a lot of effort on the part of the filmmaker, Keanu Reeves, and the stuntmen. It took no less seven nights of filming to find yourself in a film that contains 14 action scenes.
Several rehearsal sequences were recorded in the studio in order to make sure everything worked smoothly on set. Many of the rehearsal sequences are shot in order to get an idea of the rendering and to see if what was thought out and considered worked. According to Vincent Bouillon, the stairs are among the most dangerous waterfalls, and there were some "bobos."