John Wick 4’s Post-Credits Scene Hints at a Lethal Spinoff

There’s an intimidating post-credits sequence following John Wick Chapter 4 which teases another scary action of revenge may be on the way.

This contains spoilers for John Kane: Chapter 4. Now in theaters

As Chad Stahelski’s John Wick Chapter 4 unfolds, Keanu Reeves’ titular assassin is confronted with the full anger of the High Table for breaking its rules on Continental ground. This leads to villains such as Donnie Yen’s Caine and Shamier Anderson’s Mr. Nobody coming after him. There’s also an immense bounty, however, in Caine’s case, there’s an additional twist.

Caine is hunting his friend because the Marquis (Bill Skarsgard) has the Marquis (Bill Skarsgard) forced Caine to take the job. The child of the blind assassin, Mia will be killed if he doesn’t accept it. Fortunately, when John Wick 4 closes it’s both John and Caine can escape their servitude. However, there’s a post-credits scene that doesn’t focus solely on John and is tied to Caine and sets up another blood rivalry.

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John Wick 4’s Caine Broke Akira’s Family

In John Wick 4 the main character, Caine is forced to avoid Mia as he attempts to escape the assassin life, nodding to John’s issues in the past. To protect himself as well as his daughter, he goes after John, managing to kill another old friend, Hiroyuki Sanada’s Koji, in Osaka. But, when Caine takes over their Japan hotel, the Table’s soldiers also wound Koji’s badass daughter, Akira (played by Rina Sawayama).

Caine has her dead, however, reminiscing about his daughter. This is mercy, but she’s angry, Caine even tells her he’ll see her soon. He knows that revenge is in the works after his reluctant kill. When Akira parts ways with John afterward She warns him that in case he doesn’t kill Caine, she will since she lacks the camaraderie and codes all these men shared years back.

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John Wick 4’s Post-Credits Teases Akira’s Revenge

Akira’s wrath comes full circle in John Wick 4‘s post-credits pain when Caine is spotted trying to give flowers to Mia who’s playing her violin outside in the public. Akira is keen to form a bond with her but the clip shows him wearing a hood and cleverly merging in, before approaching with a knife. The video ends with another brutal rivalry. It’s once again all about loss and tragedy, echoing the way John lost his wife. This time it’s a daughter that is robbed of a father who was a hero, loyal and loving dad.

It’s not fair to Akira However, it’s the ripple effect of John receiving help from Koji. She advised him of this. Koji was pretty stubborn but he gave in to his ego when he refused Caine’s offer to quit the fight. But, Akira doesn’t care about the circumstances, she just wants revenge. Akira can use her archery skills and knives to kill Caine. This could lead to Mia being able to follow her, reminding viewers of the cycle of violence we see in our world. Two young women driven by revenge could provide a feminist perspective to the Johnwick series, and fans will be amazed by the feats Mia can accomplish.

It’s more likely to make use of Caine as an ally and possibly want to aid Akira to eliminate the culprits that started it all which is the High Table. Since Koji broke the rules, the Table could be able to keep Akira at its beck and call determined to make her pay as she was the concierge. Caine might be driven by guilt and try to do the same thing John did to the council before Akira and he settled their differences. This could be an acknowledgment to John Wik 4 with John’s help so that they can finish their struggle for freedom from The Table. In this scenario, Caine could work to eliminate the secret society that will forever be watching him and Mia and, in the end,, fight one final time that will see him and Akira determine who will get the happy ending.

Watch Akira’s story in John Wick: Chapter 4. The film is now playing in theaters.

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