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Creative Oversight Across John Wick and Highlander

Chad Stahelski, acclaimed director of the John Wick series, has cemented his position in the action film landscape through a new deal with Lionsgate. This agreement entrusts Stahelski with creative oversight of the entire John Wick franchise, spanning film, television, and multimedia platforms. Moreover, Stahelski's directorial prowess will extend to the upcoming Highlander reboot, featuring Henry Cavill. The Highlander project, slated under Lionsgate's 2026 tentpole releases, indicates a significant expansion in Stahelski's role within the action and fantasy film genres.

Highlander Reboot and Franchise Expansion

The Highlander reboot, which has already generated excitement with Henry Cavill attached to the project, will be Stahelski's next directorial venture. This reboot is not just a standalone project but part of a broader vision to develop the Highlander series into a comprehensive franchise. Stahelski and his team at 87Eleven Entertainment have outlined a multi-platform content strategy, suggesting the potential for a series of films and other media extensions. This move aligns with Stahelski's ambition to create expansive, interconnected universes, similar to his work with the John Wick franchise.

John Wick's Continued Evolution and Future Projects

While Stahelski has been instrumental in the John Wick series, his new deal formalizes his involvement in all related spinoffs and future projects. This includes executive production roles in the Peacock series The Continental and the upcoming film Ballerina, starring Ana de Armas. The John Wick universe is poised for further expansion, with Ballerina set for a 2024 release, an anime in development, and a separate TV show distinct from The Continental. Additionally, plans for John Wick 5 are underway, with series producer Basil Iwanyk confirming ongoing development and story refinement. Stahelski's heightened involvement in these franchises marks a significant step in shaping the narrative and artistic direction of some of the most dynamic action series in modern cinema.


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