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– by Campbell Clark

The third and likely final chapter of the John Wick trilogy is currently still in production, titled John Wick 3: Parabellum, the movie is set for release domestically on May 17 next year. John Wick: Chapter 2 saw John on the run after breaking the rules at The Continental Hotel, meaning literally the entire assassin community is out to get him. Of course, they won’t find it easy to kill the boogeyman himself John Wick.

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Lionsgate has been releasing some photos from the movies production and the latest offering on Instagram certainly caught fans attention. The photo shows Laurence Fishburne (The Bowery King) and Ian McShane (Winston) having a scene together. Both actors were featured in John Wick: Chapter 2 but they had no scenes together in that movie and I’m glad that appears to have been rectified in this movie. Check it out below

As a fan of the John Wick movies I certainly hoped we’d see these two veteran actors get one or more scenes together, It’s going to be interesting to see how Winston behaves in this movie specifically as he seemed to have a soft spot for ‘Jonathan’ in the first two movies. Of course, this was before John killed a man inside The Continental and as such, Winston may be the prime antagonist in hunting down John Wick in the final movie? Or he could end up trying to help John escape or make some kind of amends for what he has done? The fact we have no real idea how this is going to climax is exciting.

It took to me ages to watch the first John Wick movie and as soon as I did I was straight out to get the sequel, I felt an immersion into that little assassin universe the filmmakers created. I also think the role suits Keanu Reeves’, shall we say, wooden style pretty well too. I never saw any of the previous movies at theaters, but I intend to do so for John Wick 3: Parabellum for sure.

Are you excited by John Wick 3: Parabellum, are you glad Fishburne and McShane have scenes together? Sound off in the usual place below.

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SOURCE: Lionsgate (via Instagram)