Every Martial Arts Movie Star Will Appear In John Wick 4
John Wick: Chapter 4 will feature heavy-duty martial artists from all around the world. John Wick: Chapter 4 will be released in cinemas on May 27th, 2022, and continues its main character’s hesitant return to the assassin world he attempted to leave behind, with John now having a great grudge against the High Table that reigns over it. Despite a year-long delay from the initial May 21, 2021 publication date, anticipation for Chapter 4 is great, and properly so. Aside from the broader Keanu Reeves revival started by the first John Wick, the series has established a new and extremely distinct pattern for action films, to the point where many with an assassin aspect draw similarities to John Wick (just ask Atomic Blonde and Nobody).Gun-fu and martial arts have always been important parts of the series, with the latter becoming more prominent with each new iteration. John Wick: Chapter 3 – or Chad Stahelski is determined to repeat that same trick.With Chapter 4 already in production, the film has added four significant figures from the martial arts world to the ensemble, either as John Wick’s foes or allies. While the complete picture of their role in the tale is unlikely to be revealed until at least the first trailer, martial arts enthusiasts know what they’re capable of and have raised their anticipation for the upcoming John Wick to new heights.The following martial arts movie stars will appear alongside Keanu Reeves in John Wick: Chapter 4. Donnie Yen’s career in Hong Kong dates back to the early 1980s, when he was noted for introducing current MMA into Hong Kong action films. Yen’s first major break came in 1984’s Drunken Tai Chi, and he went on to participate in action films like as Tiger Cage, Tiger Cage 2, and In The Line of Duty IV.Yen continued to make a reputation for himself in the 1990s and early 2000s with roles in Once Upon A Time In China II, Iron Monkey, and Hero, but it wasn’t until the mid-2000s that he truly became a household name throughout the world. Following his MMA successes Sha Po Lang and Flash Point, Yen landed his most famous part as Bruce Lee’s Wing Chun sifu in 2008’s Ip Man, a role he would reprise for three sequels between 2010 and 2019.