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John Wick Chapter 4 grosses $406 million

 

John Wick: Chapter 4

The revenue of the movie John Wick: Chapter 4 has reached 406 million and 56 thousand dollars at the global box office, since its release on March 24, the work is produced by Lionsgate, and the film’s duration reached 2 hours and 49 minutes.


Revenues were divided into 180 million and 56 thousand dollars at the American box office, and 226 million dollars at the global box office.


Lionsgate's John Wick: Chapter 4, which stars Reeves as the reluctant killer John Wick, has surpassed all expectations and previous opening weekends for an R-rated movie, since its 2014 debut with John Wick, grossing $14 million at the box office. opening weekend), the series directed by Chad Stalski has grown steadily with each new installment.

John Wick: Chapter 4

The second part in 2017 achieved revenues of $30.4 million, and the third part was released in 2019, achieving $56.8 million.


The events of the new part revolve around the attempts to kill John Wick after the ransom that was placed on his head, and after losing his last refuge in the Continental Hotel in New York City and preventing him from entering, and soon Wick will resort to Sophia, embodied by actress Halle Berry, who had an emotional relationship with Wick long ago. far.

Keanu Reeves

Canadian representative. Born in Beirut and raised in Toronto, Reeves began acting in theater productions and television films before making his feature film debut in 1986's Youngblood. He had a cameo role in the 1989 science fiction comedy Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and reprized the role in its sequels. He won praise for playing a hustler in the independent drama My Own Private Idaho (1991) and established himself as an action hero with leading roles in Point Break (1991) and Speed (1994).


After several flops at the box office, Reeves' performance in the 1997 horror film The Devil's Advocate was well received. Major stardom came for playing Neo in the sci-fi series The Matrix, beginning in 1999. He played John Constantine in 2005's Constantine and starred in the romantic drama The Lake House 2006, the sci-fi thriller The Day the Earth Stood Still 2008, and the crime thriller Kings. The Streets 2008. After another commercial downturn, Reeves made a successful comeback by playing the titular killer in the John Wick film series, starting in 2014. Time magazine named him one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2022.


In addition to acting, Reeves directed the 2013 film Man of Tai Chi. He has played bass guitar for the band Dogstar and has pursued other endeavors such as writing and philanthropy.

Early life

Keanu Charles Reeves was born in Beirut, Lebanon, on September 2, 1964, the son of Patricia née Taylor, a fashion designer and artist, and Samuel Nolen Reeves Jr., an English mother, from Essex. His American father is Hawaiian, and he is of Native Hawaiian, Chinese, English, Irish, and Portuguese descent. His grandmother on his father's side is Chinese Hawaiian. His mother was working in Beirut when she met his father, who abandoned his wife and family when Reeves was three years old. Reeves last met his father on the Hawaiian island of Kauai when he was 13 years old.


After his parents divorced in 1966, his mother moved to Sydney, then to New York City, where she married Paul Aaron, a Broadway and Hollywood director, in 1970. The couple moved to Toronto and divorced in 1971. When Reeves was nine, he became involved in Damn Yankees stage production. Aaron remained close to Reeves, giving him advice and recommending him for a job at the Hedgerow Theater in Pennsylvania. Reeves' mother married rock promoter Robert Miller in 1976; The couple divorced in 1980. She subsequently married her fourth husband, a hairdresser named Jack Bond. The marriage lasted until 1994. Reeves and his sisters were raised primarily in Toronto's Yorkville neighborhood, with a nanny who looked after them frequently. Because of his grandmother's ethnicity, he grew up with Chinese art, furniture, and cuisine. Reeves watched British comedy shows like The Two Ronnies, and his mother instilled English manners which he maintained into adulthood.


Describing himself as a "special kid", Reeves attended four different high schools, including Etobicoke School of the Arts, from which he was expelled. Reeves said he was expelled because he "was too anxious and shot me in the mouth over and over... I wasn't generally the most well-oiled machine in school". Reeves is dyslexic and has said, "Because I had trouble reading, I wasn't a good student." At De La Salle College, he was a successful ice hockey goaltender. Reeves had aspirations of becoming a professional ice hockey player for the Canadian Olympic team but decided to become an actor when he was fifteen years old. After leaving De La Salle College, he attended Avondale Alternative High School, which allowed him to get an education while working as an actor. He dropped out of high school when he was 17 years old. He obtained a green card through his American stepfather and moved to Los Angeles three years later. Reeves only holds Canadian citizenship.

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Ragab Karam Professional journalist since 2011, graduated from media, a technology expert who writes in the fields of entertainment, art, science and technology, and believes that the pen is capable of changing everything.

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