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John Wick: Chapter 4's Chad Stahelski Is Interested In Picking Up Where The Post-Credits Scene Left Off

“John Wick: Chapter 4” director Chad Stahelski delivered a powerful installment for the franchise that is resonating with both critics and fans alike, despite the fact that John dies at the end. However, John’s close friendship with Shimazu Koji (Hiroyuki Sanada) ultimately costs the manager of the Osaka Continental Hotel his life. And it’s Caine who ends up snuffing out Koji’s life in front of his own daughter, Akira, during the first act of the film. If there is a continuation of this particular story, Stahelski is open to exploring what happens next between those characters.

“I like not knowing if Akira actually did something or didn’t,” Stahelski said during his interview with Entertainment Weekly. “What choice did she make after that cut? I love the character of Akira, and I love the character of Caine, so maybe that’s her transformation into what John Wick had become — or maybe she does the morally good thing and doesn’t make the next move. But those are two characters I’d love to see again, personally.”

Anything is possible. And the critical and early box-office success of “John Wick: Chapter 4” certainly opens the door for more movies to be produced in the future. Currently, the sequel boasts an impressive A CinemaScore, which is the best of any entry in the entire franchise. Plus, the film made $29.4 million at the box office on Friday alone.



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