John Wick 4: Laurence Fishburne confirms return as The Bowery King
With manufacturing on JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 4 set to kick off this summer time on location in France, Germany, and Japan, we have seen a handful of latest faces added to the franchise, however there shall be a number of acquainted faces as nicely. Whereas talking with Collider, Laurence Fishburne confirmed that he’ll be returning for John Wick 4 to reprise his position of The Bowery King. The character first appeared in John Wick: Chapter 2 and went on to seem in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum as nicely.
“I should be going to Berlin within another couple of months or so,” Fishburne informed Collider. Whereas the actor wasn’t about to spill any particulars on the upcoming sequel, he did say that the script is “really, really cool” because it goes a lot deeper than the prior movies. “It’s much deeper in terms of the code of the assassin and the relationship that he has with one character in particular who I think Mr. Watanabe is playing… is really the heart and soul of it,” Fishburne teased. Collider famous that the Mr. Watanabe talked about by the actor is not a brand new addition to the solid, however fairly the title of one of many character’s within the sequel.
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Along with Keanu Reeves, the solid of John Wick: Chapter 4 additionally contains Stowaway‘s Shamier Anderson, Japanese-British pop famous person Rina Sawayama, and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story‘s Donnie Yen. The one details about these new characters has to do with Yen, who is alleged to be enjoying an outdated good friend of John Wick who “shares his same history and many of the same enemies.” Maybe he is Mr. Watanabe? Invoice Skarsgård can be mentioned to be in talks for a job within the movie. Laurence Fishburne will subsequent be seen starring alongside Liam Neeson in The Ice Street, an motion thriller that shall be launched on Netflix on June twenty fifth.
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