John Wick Prequel Series ‘The Continental’ Adds new names
The Matrix series credited actor Keanu Reeves is coming with prequel of Starz’s series, John Wick, The Continental. The storyline will take viewers back to the City before the sequel story of ‘John Wick’. It mainly surrounds Young ruthless criminal Winston Scott.
In addition to this, Lionsgate Television will telecast the prequel as a ‘three-night special-event’ TV show. Moreover, ‘Supergirl‘ credited Katie McGrath is recently announced to portrays Adjudicator in the series. Meanwhile, McKinnon star in the role of Jenkins.
Deep down to the Storyline
The upcoming prequel of crime series ‘The Continental’ traces back to New York City in 1975. It focuses on the dark world through the lens of a young black-hearted ambitious criminal Winston Scott. He try his level and plays many dreadful tricks to gain his goal with obsessive efforts. In addition to this, he is in a run to take control over notorious hangout – The Continental. Following, he roams around the underground city and keep eyes on all kinds of rogues.
Cast and Crew
‘The Continental’ cast is packed with leads like ‘The Flight Attendant’s Colin Woodell who will act as the young ambitious criminal and ‘Braveheart’ famed Mel Gibson. Along with them, many acclaimed actors like ‘Never Have I Ever’ famed Adam Shapiro plays Lemmy, ‘Supergirl’s Katie McGrath portrays The Adjudicator, Rectify credited Ray McKinnon is Jenkins, Mishel Prada & Malignant’s Marina Mazepa roped the role of most powerful High Table assassins Hansel & Gretel, Hubert Point-Du Jour and many more will shape out the series.
The prequel of Keanu Reeves’ crime drama ‘The Continental’ is penned down by Ride Along’s Greg Coolidge and Kirk Ward of Wayne. Moreover, both will executively produce it simultaneously. Beside them, Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee of Thunder Road Pictures, Derek Kolstad, Chad Stahelski, Paul Wernick, David Leitch, Shawn Simmons, and Rhett Reese will also take the forefront as executive producers.
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