Keanu Reeves reprised his function of John Wick in John Wick: Chapter 4 however don’t count on the star to say loads. A report from The Wall Avenue Journal counted all of the phrases Wick uttered all through the movie and he seemingly didn’t have loads to say, however there was an entire lot to see.
The fourth installment of the John Wick saga clocks in at 169 minutes and Reeves says solely 380 phrases all through the movie directed by Chad Stahelski. Nearly a 3rd of Wick’s dialogue consists of only one phrase like, “Yeah.”
“Within the first installment, clocking in at 101 minutes, Mr. Reeves mentioned a complete of 484 phrases,” WSJ reported. “With a run time of 169 minutes, the fourth film pushes three hours however options simply 380 phrases by Wick. About 10% of them are featured within the film’s trailer, which makes the hero appear virtually chatty; Wick says extra in that 2.5 minute clip than he does within the first 25 minutes of the film itself.”
Stahelski revealed that Wick doesn’t have quite a lot of dialogue as a result of “Mr. Reeves stripped out roughly half the dialogue written for his character within the preliminary script.”
The longest line of dialogue that Reeves has is in a scene with co-star Hiroyuki Sanada, who performs Shimazu Koji the place Wick says, “You and I left a superb life behind a very long time in the past, my good friend.”
Regardless of the shortage of dialogue, audiences are responding nicely to John Wick: Chapter 4 on the field workplace. The movie opened to a franchise report of $73.5M with a world debut of $137.5M.