the breathtaking all-action sequel
to John Wick, the legendary hit man,
desperate to settle into a peaceful
retirement, is at odds with himself when
a former associate approaches him
about coming back into the business
an associate to whom he is bound by
a blood oath and he therefore cannot
refuse in John Wick: Chapter 2... FOLLOWING
THE KILLING OF HIS MUCH-LOVED DOG, given to him by his late wife, top hit man
John Wick (Academy Award-nominee Keanu Reeves: The Matrix) exacted revenge
upon those responsible the brother and nephew of Russian mobster Abram
Tarasov (Peter Stormare), a member of the Tarasov crime family.
John justifies himself to Abram Tarasov and goes to the chop shop that was owned
by Abram's brother Viggo to take back his 1969 Mustang while Abram sends his
henchmen to find him, resulting in an extraordinary car chase through New York
city's streets, with the Mustang holding its own.
With non-stop high
action and a joy ride
like no other,
John Wick: Chapter 2
thrill a minute...
help anyone who crosses John Wick Abram admits that everything
you hear about John Wick is true, but has been watered down; Wick is not someone
you mess with because the reality is far more fearsome even than the legend.
With another dog and a fine home, John decides it is high time he retired and
found some peace. He cements his guns, ammunition and all his belongings from
his days as a hit man under the floor of his basement.
However, John's dreams of a peaceful retirement are shattered by a knock at
the door. Italian crime lord Santino d'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcia: Burnt),
to whom John owes a blood oath, has come to collect.
At first John refuses to help, but Santino burns down his house and John is
knocked out. With his dog in tow, John calls at the hotel to see Winston (Golden
Globe-winner Ian McShane: Deadwood), the head of the secret assassin
society The Continental, who reminds John that all markers must be honoured
and no blood should be spilled on Continental ground.
Leaving his dog in the safe hands of Charon (Lance Reddick) at the hotel, John
returns to Santino and is shocked when he is asked to kill Santino's ruthless
sister Gianna (Claudia Gerini) of the Italian Camorra crime syndicate. She was
willed by her father a seat at the table of the shadowy international assassins'
guild and Santino wants it for himself. John is to go to Rome and get rid of
Gianna to satisfy the blood oath.
In Rome, John is shadowed by Ares (Ruby Rose: Orange Is The New Black),
Santino's right-hand woman, who is to ensure John fulfils his part of the bargain.
Gianna is surrounded by her men, including her loyal bodyguard Cassian (Golden
Globe- and Grammy-winner actor and musician Common: Selma).
Threading his way through the catacombs John finally comes face to face with
Gianna. But will he be able to kill her? And if he does, will he be able to
get away? It doesn't look as if he is going to escape easily as wave after wave
of Santino's men come at him.
But if he does manage to evade them all, how on Earth will he be safe with a
worldwide $7 million bounty put on his head?
John Wick is under attack from all sides. And still they keep coming…
Action-packed with content never seen before, including Training John Wick,
Car Fu Ride Along, Kill Count and three deleted scenes, John Wick: Chapters
1 & 2 Double Pack DVD will also be available in HMV, Amazon, Sainsbury's
and Tesco with the Blu-ray and 4K double pack available in HMV and on Amazon.
John Wick: Chapter 2 sees the revisit of a much loved on-screen dynamic
duo after sixteen years, as Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne collaborate
to create new dimensions in the John Wick world. With non-stop high action and
a joy ride like no other, John Wick: Chapter 2 is a thrill a minute.
Another fighting-fuelled blockbuster, John Wick: Chapter 2 also features:
Academy Award-nominee Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) as Bowery King;
Tobias Segal (Men In Black 3) as Earl; John Leguizamo (Moulin Rouge;
Romeo and Juliet) as Aurelio; Bridget Moynahan (I, Robot) as Helen;
and Thomas Sadoski (Wild) as Jimmy the Firefighter.
Music is by Tyler Bates & Joel J Richard; Director of Photography is Dan Lausten,
DFF; Written by and Based on a Character Created by Derek Kolstad; Produced
by Basil Iwanyk, PGA, & Erica Lee, PGA; Directed by former stunt performer Chad
Stahelski (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire; The Wolverine; Safe; Expendables
Wick: Chapter 2 is released by Warner Bros Home Entertainment on DVD, 4K
Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray in the UK, on 12 June and Digital Download from
9 June 2017.
John Wick: Chapter 2 Blu-ray Special Features Deleted Scenes:
Aurelio | Deleted Scenes: The Cleaner | Deleted Scenes: The Vatican | RetroWick:
Exploring the Unexpected Success John Wick | Training John Wick | WICK-vizzed
| As Above, So Below: the Underworld of John Wick | Friends, Confidantes: The
Keanu/Chad Partnership | Car Fu Ridealong | Beat Down: Evolution Of A Fight
Scene | Wick's Toolbox | Kill Count. Running Time: 122 Minutes Approximately
| RRP: £26.99.
"Breathtaking… With non-stop high action and a joy ride like no other, John
Wick: Chapter 2 is a thrill a minute" ***** Maggie Woods, MotorBar
"This is how action movies should be made" ****
Tom Eames, Digital Spy
"A brutal, bruising bullet ballet of a sequel" ****
Chris Hewitt, Empire
"Brilliant a brutal blast of fun" James Mottram,