Despite only being a mere 5 years old, the John Wick franchise arguably already holds the crown for best modern action movie series. But most importantly, the films and their characters are always just so cool. Ethan Hunt? And nobody is as cool as John Wick himself, Keanu Reeves.
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By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. Today marks National Pencil Day and the social media platforms behind the John Wick franchise are celebrating it in the best way possible. Using the color palette from the recently released poster , the accounts uploaded a graphic saying "Happy National Pencil Day! For the uninitiated, the graphic is a direct reference to John Wick 's Keanu Reeves uncanny ability to kill with mundane, everyday objects. That includes a seemingly harmless pencil when it comes to a specific fight scene in John Wick: Chapter 2. With a pencil being on the more bizarre ways to kill an assassin, John Wick director Chad Stahelski promises the kill count of the franchises will dwarf that of his predecessors. Be creative. NationalPencilDay pic.
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To play a character rumored to have once killed three men in a bar with a pencil, Keanu Reeves went through three months of John Wick boot camp: intensive training in martial arts, gun work, fight choreography and stunt driving. Action propels the story in John Wick: Chapter 2, in theatres February 17, with Reeves reprising his role as the title character: an unflappable and inventive assassin reluctantly drawn into an international criminal underworld. Returning director Chad Stahelski knows his star and material well: Stahelski is a former stunt coordinator who doubled for Reeves in The Matrix movies. There are more guns in Chapter 2, so the actor spent countless hours drawing, shooting and reloading various firearms. It was really a little heart-wrenching to see it. Reeves was John Wick before any of his stunt training began. I love the depth of his feeling.