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John Wick 3 To Up The Death Count From Previous Films

What makes a good John Wick film? Is it the existence of the Continental? The other assassins? Or is it just a healthy dose of John Wick himself, death, and dogs? Personally, I think it’s a combination of all of the above, but the last two elements cannot be understated. They are important and do ultimately make John Wick different from your run-of-the-mill action movie.

Let’s take a moment to focus a bit on death. John Wick is a deadly-ass dude. I mean, he’s an assassin, so it kind of comes with the territory, doesn’t it? The last film in the franchise saw Johnny end a ridiculous 128 people — numbers large enough to make Jack Bauer blush. Of course, when it comes to sequels, one expects “bigger and better” but that isn’t always the solution.

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But that isn’t stopping the filmmakers of John Wick 3: Parabellum for going for more kills anyway. Speaking with EW, director Chad Stahelski stated that the death count will land “slightly north” of that whopping 128 deaths we saw last film. But, at the end of the day, the death count doesn’t matter too much. What matters is that we continue to care about Wick’s plight. And given that the film will follow immediately after John Wick 2 means that I’ll definitely be on board.

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SOURCE: EW

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