Fans of Keanu Reeves were thrilled to see their favourite actor play the suit-wearing assassin in John Wick Chapter 4, and the movie has generated a lot of hype ever since its production was revealed.
The movie’s trailer made a big deal about how exciting and action-packed the fight scenes would be. There were snippets of the gun-toting, always-dressed John Wick engaged in a never-ending struggle. The movie now appears to have benefited financially from all the enthusiasm and talk surrounding it because it made a huge amount of money over its first weekend.
Both in Indian and foreign cinemas, the film put on a strong performance. Speaking of John Wick Chapter 4’s box office earnings, the film made a staggering Rs 30 crores on its opening weekend, while its overall earnings total USD 137.5 million. According to the figures from the opening weekend, the movie appears to be on track to smash records and create chaos at the worldwide box office.
Film critic and movie trade analyst Taran Adarsh gave a breakdown of the film’s collection. He tweeted, “#JohnWick4 puts up an impressive show at #India BO [Gross BOC: ₹ 30 cr] as well as Worldwide BO [$ 137.5 million] in its opening weekend… The title is available in four languages in #India: #English, #Hindi, #Tamil and #Telugu. #JohnWick #JW4 #LionsgateIndia #PVRPictures.”
#JohnWick4 puts up an impressive show at #India BO [Gross BOC: ₹ 30 cr] as well as Worldwide BO [$ 137.5 million] in its opening weekend… The title is available in four languages in #India: #English, #Hindi, #Tamil and #Telugu.#JohnWick #JW4 #LionsgateIndia #PVRPictures pic.twitter.com/kjVEwbKUiR
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 28, 2023
With its own Hindi hit, Pathaan, Indian viewers just had a taste of big-style Hollywood action. The fact that John Wick: Chapter 4 made Rs 30 crore in just three days shows that Indian consumers are now prepared for such high-budget action movies.
In addition to Keanu Reeves, other notable actors who play significant roles in John Wick: Chapter 4 include Donnie Yen, Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne, Hiroyuki Sanada, Rina Sawayama, Scott Adkins, Lance Reddick, and Shamier Anderson.
The narrative of this Chad Stahelski neo-noir movie features Reeves facing off against some of his deadliest enemies. While the price on his head increases, the assassin picks up a fight against the High Table global that pits him against the most powerful players of the underworld from New York, Paris, Osaka to Berlin.