Bad Ass Keanu Reeves “John Wick: Chapter Two” Gun Range Training Session

Keanu Reeves has been trending big time on social media lately as a video leaked with him preparing for his hit-man role as John Wick in the sequel “Chapter Two” set to hit theaters February 10th 2017.

In the original John Wick Chapter One, John played a professional hit man that while in retirement had to go back into the game after a Russian mafia bosses son killed the dog his girlfriend gave him as a present after she died and stole his car. He proceed to take out the entire organized crime family one by one as payback and to keep his reputation in tact. Specific details about John Wick: Chapter 2 remain unknown, but we do know that the sequel will take the deadly assassin to Rome after the criminal underworld once again intrudes on his personal life that will be tied to the original movie.

ShowbizSpy talked with Reeves and got a little incite to what we can be looking for in the 2017 sequel… Keanu: “For us it was just what is the next chapter? What is the continuation of this story? Opening up the world… the underground world. The world behind the world in terms of the assassins. Kind of evolving the action… if the first one was a black belt, then this one is third degree black belt. It’s such a fun project and a great character.” We then asked about the video going viral of the gun training: Keanu: “I take my characters very serious and want to learn all aspects of any part I play. I had a ton of weapons training for The Matrix series of movies but nothing compares to the amount of work I am putting in for “Chapter Two”, you will be very happy with the results, I promise you.

I know one thing, we will be there opening night and we are sure your promise will be fulfilled!

Here is Keanu training for real to prepair for his role as John Wick in Chapter 2:

Here is a scene from Chapter One where he shows his killing skills:

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