John Wick Spinoff Ballerina Has Been Delayed A Year, But A Long-Anticipated Remake Is Taking Its Release Date


John Wick looks to have died at the end of John Wick: Chapter 4, but that doesn’t mean we’ve seen the last of Keanu Reeves’ assassin character. The actor is part of the Ballerina cast, with this spinoff being set between the third and fourth John Wick movies, and featuring Ana de Armas in the lead role. Until today, Ballerina had been slated on the 2024 movies calendar, but it’s now been delayed a year, and a long-anticipated remake is taking its release date.

As reported by Deadline, Lionsgate has shifted Ballerina from June 7, 2024 to June 6, 2025. This move follows Chad Stahelski, director of all the main John Wick movies, signing a deal to oversee the franchise. He’s now working with Ballerina director Len Wiseman on additional action sequences to, as described by the publication, “amp it up even more than it is,” although tracking is said to already be “hot” on the spinoff. Right now, Ballerina is the only movie in that June 6 slot.

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