There aren’t many action fans out there who didn’t enjoy Keanu Reeves’ movie, John Wick. I mean, what’s cooler than an assassin coming out of retirement and killing a bunch of people for murdering his dog?
They enjoyed it so much, in fact, that even the sequel to the first film wasn’t enough to keep them satisfied. TV network Starz has announced that the rumors are true: a John Wick TV show called The Continental is in the works. The show will focus on The Continental (hence the name), the hotel from the film which was occupied by hitmen and murderers and served as neutral territory for hired assassins.
Keanu Reeves will be an executive producer on the show, re-teaming with John Wick co-directors Chad Stahelski and David Leitch, as well as screenwriter Derek Kolstad. Chris Collins, known for his work on Sons of Anarchy, The Wire, and The Man in the High Castle will be the show’s starting showrunner. The film’s director, Chad Stahelski, said plans for a TV series were discussed with screenwriting partner Derek Kolstad even before the success of the second film.
But the big question on everyone’s mind is: will the original John Wick, aka Keanu Reeves, appear on the show?
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