Confiding to a close source of his, the actor outlined that he would rather be part of Keanu Reeves' kick ass franchise than take part in a Marvel installment.
As was to be expected, fans came flooding in their millions across the country and the globe, leaving their competitors to fight for the rest of the field.
The 52-year old action star admitted that under the right circumstances with his favorite people back on deck, the project could very well happen.
Sitting down to promote his new action blockbuster John Wick: Chapter 2, the 52-year old outlined which character he had his eyes on before someone else stepped in.
Chad Stahelski wants to transition his brute action stylings to the classic English franchise, while the star of the sequel is looking ahead to a third installment.
Just before the theatrical release of John Wick Chapter 2, an honest trailer has been released just in time for John Wick.
With television and film crossing over in the DC world, the cast members of the live-action series have given their voice to a short.
Creating a sequel that would stand out on it's own feet and do justice to the franchise is a task the director has hoped to achieve.
If the studio was planning on lowering audience expectations for the action sequel, then the critics have done them no favors to champion the picture outright.
Producer Basil Iwanyk understands that a gritty reboot requires a gritty degree of filmmaking, channeling the stylings of the Keanu Reeves assassin.
The 55-year old opened up about his experience joining the action blockbuster and working alongside some of his best Hollywood buddies in the process.
As the 52-year old fronts the badass assassin character for a second time, the actor discussed the role in depth, the physical demands and working with Laurence Fishburne again.