The latest John Wiack spinoff has sparked concerns about next year's film in the franchise.
Set in the 1970s amid New York City's crime waves, political corruption, and labor strikes, The Continental:
From the World of John Wick examines Winston Scott's rise in the underground world of elite assassins that makes up the mystique of the John Wick Universe (played here by Colin Woodell,
and Ian McShane in the John Wick films). Over the course of three 90-minute episodes,
audiences see him safeguard his brother, meet the man who will be his right-hand man, and take over The Continental from kingpin Cormac (Mel Gibson).
The Continental is roughly 50% on Rotten Tomatoes, whereas the John Wick films all have an average score of 86% or higher.
This terrible performance is concerning for the destiny of John Wick's planned spinoff film Ballerina,
in which Ana de Armas portrays a protégé assassin in The Director's exclusive murder academy.
The film delves deeper into the mythology of the assassins in John Wick's family, as well as his origins,
which were previously only briefly touched on during John Wick's trip to see The Director, his adopted mother figure, in John Wick: Chapter 3 -Parabellum.
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