Critics and moviegoers have unanimously praised the latest John Wick installment. Yet, the hero of every film series eventually gives up or dies. As seen with Christian Bale’s Batman, who was thought to have killed at the conclusion of The Dark Knight Rises, only to be shown to be coexisting incognito with Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman in Europe.
In Avengers: Endgame, Tony Stark gave his life to rescue the Marvel Cinematic Universe. James Bond portrayed by Daniel Craig in No Time to Die seemed to die a similar fate. No action hero is safe if even 007 may meet his maker.
Should John Wick be next? The action hero may just be getting started. Early critical feedback for the newest film starring the character, John Wick: Chapter 4, has been overwhelmingly positive. Ballerina, a spinoff, is now in production, and actor Keanu Reeves has discussed a possible fifth installment. Nevertheless, the film’s action is tight to the point that even John Wick can’t handle it. When John Wick: Chapter 4 ends, does he perish?
After John Wick 4 Concludes, What Exactly Happens?
John: Wick’s last scene In Chapter 4, John fights his way past bounty hunters sent by the Marquis to assassinate him before sunrise so that he may reach Sacré-Coeur.
As a consequence, a three-part battle breaks out throughout the city of Paris, beginning on the 222 steps of the renowned Montmartre stairs and continuing through the streets and buildings of Montmartre and into the nocturnal traffic in front of the Arc de Triomphe.
Bounty hunters are summoned through an underground radio relay atop the Eiffel Tower, and a battle ensues. From cafés, automobiles, and other structures, a group of assassins ambushes Wick on the streets of Montmartre and opens fire. John fights against Mr. Nobody (Shamier Anderson), Chidi (Mark Zaror), and a horde of mercenaries in an abandoned apartment complex as the conflict escalates.
Once John exits the building, he and the other bounty hunters chase him to the Arc de Triomphe, where they exchange gunfire and their vehicles collide. John engages in combat with many assassins, including a resurrected Chidi, in the midst of the circular street at rush hour.
John is struck by many vehicles but somehow escapes; many of the bounty hunters, however, do not. They are murdered by firearms, knives, Mr. Nobody’s dog, and a number of fast vehicles.
John’s last leg of the journey to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris involves a climb up the 222 Montmartre stairs (a well-known Parisian landmark). Naturally, additional bounty hunters stand in the way.
John almost reaches the top of the steps when he is shoved back down by Chidi, who is still alive. At the foot of the stairs, Caine comes to John’s help, wanting to face John in fair combat. The two hitmen eliminate the remaining bounty seekers.
Does John Wick Die In Chapter 4?
The shocking conclusion of John Wick: Chapter 4 suggests that John does, in fact, die. Caine and John both get up to the Basilica just as the sun is rising. The Marquis and the Harbinger (Clancy Brown) arrive at the site of the duel ritual.
Two gentlemen are equipped with vintage weapons and three rounds of ammunition. They are to stand 20 yards apart, aim their weapons, and then fire. When this is complete, it will become clear that nobody was hit by gunfire. When they get within five paces of each other, they reload their weapons and exchange shots. Once again, nobody dies. They take five steps closer to each other, bringing them to a very close range, and then they reload their rifles.
Only Caine pulls the trigger this time. Instead, John takes a blow to the chest. Caine approaches the Marquis and inquires as to whether or not his debt to the Marquis and the High Table has been satisfied. The Marquis replies “yes,” then turns aside and reaches for a weapon.
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He directs it towards John, figuring it’s safe to kill the deadly assassin now that he’s already taken a fatal wound. Unfortunately for the Marquis, he fails to remember that John did not fire the last round until John puts the rifle at his head and kills him.
John staggers away, sitting on the steps of the Basilica as he bleeds to death while watching the dawn. The scene then cuts to the future, when the Bowery King and his son, Winston King, are visiting a cemetery. The camera panned to two graves: Helen Wick’s and John Wick’s, who had probably perished from his dueling injuries with Caine.
Has John really passed away? I’m not one to believe in conspiracies, yet they never actually depict his death. A person isn’t dead until they’re physically gone, as any reader of comics or fan of popular culture knows.
In John Wick: Chapter 4, there is a fade to black and then a grave with John’s name on it, but the spectator never sees the corpse. That’s an easy thing to make up, and it wouldn’t surprise me if John pretended to die to finally be left alone. There will be no more Baba Yaga, High Table, or Continental. That is, until the events in John Wick: Chapter 5.
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