"John Wick 5": Chad Stahelski says the studio has confirmed that writing on the sequel has begun, but they still don't know "why" they made it.

Following the release of "John Wick: Chapter 4," your host, Mike D'Angelo, speaks with director of the "John Wick" franchise, Chad Stahelski, in this week's upcoming episode of The Discourse.

Stahelski previously told us that an anime project based on "John Wick" was also in the works, as well as another "John Wick" TV series that he was involved in and in charge of.

Additionally, Stahelski discussed "John Wick 5" during the talk, something he was still open to but unsure about.

"John Wick": Chad Stahelski Announces That An Anime Project and A More Cinematic, Non-"Continental" TV Series Are In Development

Since then, Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Chair Joe Drake has confirmed in a quarterly report, only a few days later this past weekend.

Stahelski was first asked if he felt "pigeonholed" into the "John Wick" series of films, given how difficult and physically taxing they are.

"Well, it's kind of crazy, isn't it? Because you kind of expect to have one of those moments where you're like, "I'll never fucking do that." I'm fine, but to be honest, I don't mind being classified. I don't," he started. "

Keanu, in my opinion, doesn't either. It would be amazing if my career consisted solely of making "John Wicks" and I could achieve the same level of success. Like, whoa, that's cool.

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