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The bullets are thinkin' they're back too. Keanu Reeves is returning for John Wick: Chapter 3 (are we ditching the Parabellum?) this May 2019. Considering Chapter 2 ended with John being hunted by just about every assassin in creation, with a $14 million global contract out on his head, it's not surprising that John Wick 3 is meant to have the highest death count of the film series to date.
After all, Keanu Reeves had said the title included the word Parabellum, which means "Prepare for war."
Chad Stahelski directed both previous films (with help from David Leitch on the first one), and he told Entertainment Weekly he thinks the death count of Chapter 3 will "land slightly north" of the previous film's kills. Chapter 2 definitely took that count up a notch from Chapter 1, so that would make Chapter 3 the deadliest yet.
A kill count for Chapter 2 was documented in a fancy infographic. According to Polygon, John Wick killed 128 people in Chapter 2, which is a jump from the 84 of the first movie. But the accuracy of the shots went down from 86 percent accurate in the first film to 80 percent in the second one. (You'd think assassins would be a bit more accurate, but if they actually did kill John Wick they'd also kill the franchise.)
Many of the usual suspects will be returning for John Wick 3 -- including Ian McShane as Winston, Laurence Fishburne as The Bowery King, Lance Reddick as Charon, and Ruby Rose as Ares. (But not Common, for some reason.)
New characters, besides Halle Berry's Sofia, include Asia Kate Dillon as a member of the High Table called The Adjudicator. And Anjelica Huston will be arriving as The Director of the High Table. Chad Stahelski told EW she plays someone who was responsible for John Wick's upbringing and his protection. He added that this film will be something of an origin story for John Wick.