Keanu Reeves Admits ‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ Is His ‘Hardest Physical Role’ Ever

Keanu Reeves says his motion stunts within the fourth installment of the “John Wick” franchise are “next level.”

The Canadian actor, who’s earned his repute as a Hollywood badass because of many years price of martial arts coaching, admitted the extremely anticipated “Chapter 4” bodily challenged him like no different venture has earlier than.

“‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ was the hardest physical role I’ve ever had in my career so far,” the 58-year-old advised Total Film. “They really trained me up to be able to have what we call the toolbox.”

Revealing that he revved up his automobile dealing with abilities for the brand new movie’s blood-pumping driving sequences set in Paris, the star shared, “We took the car-driving to the next level, which I really enjoy.”

“There’s 180s, forward-into-reverse 180s, reverse-into-forward 270s, drifting … so it was really fun to get a chance to learn those skills, and to play,” Reeves added.

The movie’s director, Chad Stahelski, revealed to Collider in November, that the most recent installment would be the franchise’s longest-running movie, with “at least a third more scenes than the last one,” set in a number of of the world’s most epic areas.

“John Wick: Chapter 4” sees the former-hit-man-turned-titular-protagonist Wick completely take down the High Table ― the group that guidelines the prison underworld ― within the neo-noir motion thriller movie.

Alongside Reeves, the motion flick additionally stars Bill Skarsgård, Donnie Yen, Lance Reddick, Rina Sawayama, Hiroyuki Sanada, Ian McShane and his former “Matrix” co-lead Laurence Fishburne.

Reeves can be set to star in Netflix’s “BRZRKR” movie and anime sequence adaptation based mostly on his comedian sequence of the identical title.

An official launch date for Reeves’ on-screen adaptation of “BRZRKR,” which follows an immortal warrior often known as Berzerker as he fights his means via the ages, has but to be introduced.

“John Wick: Chapter 4” hits theaters March 24.