Does John Wick Chapter 4 Have Post Credit Scene?

by Ami Dalsania

Does John Wick Chapter 4 Have Post Credit Scene? In the nearly three hours it takes to watch the new John Wick movie, a lot happens. Lots and lots of things. There are:

As Wick (Keanu Reeves) circles the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, there is a spectacular explosion of kung fu, gun fu, car fu, and WTF fu.

As bullets and bodies fly all around him, he fights desperately for control of a muscle car whose driver’s side door has been ripped off and whose windshield has been blown out.

This is a great scene, full of the kinds of funny details that action-loving Wickophiles have come to love.

A little later, also in Paris, Wick is tiredly climbing the 200 or so stone steps to the Sacré-Coeur Basilica in Montmartre when all of a sudden, a battalion of bad guys swarms out and throws him back down those steps, watching with pleasure as he bumps and rolls to the bottom.

There, he somehow gets back up on his feet and charges back at his attackers, trying to do as much damage as possible. This is one of the best stunt scenes I’ve ever seen in a movie. It reminds me of the best Bourne movies and even George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road, but on a bigger scale.

I could go on and on about the little glimpses of over-the-top chaos that this movie gives us: Wick holds a thug’s head down on a table while he attacks it with a pair of nunchucks. A new recruit named Akira (Rina Sawayama) hangs onto a psychopath’s back as he crawls up a staircase and stabs him with a pair of long knives at each step.

Does John Wick Chapter 4 Have Post Credit Scene?

The simple answer is very low chances. as per different sources there is no post credit scene in John Wick Chapter 4. If you’re sitting in a theater and reading this because you want to know if you should stay, you can wait or leave as soon as the movie is over.

Drive safely, but since the movie lasts two hours, you’ll probably need to stop and use the bathroom first.

John Wick: Chapter 4 is funny, silly, and only three hours long, so it doesn’t drag on too long. Stahelski keeps coming up with new ways to keep this series from getting boring, and Chapter 4 shows how far he is willing to go.

John Wick: Chapter 4 wraps up this part of the story with some of the craziest action scenes ever seen on film, but it also shows that there’s still a lot to do in this world. I agree that John Wick seems to be back and better than ever.