The John Wick 4 trailer previews the fight between Bill Skarsgard and Keanu Reeves: “Only one can endure”

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On Thursday, Lionsgate unveiled the first action-packed trailer for John Wick: Chapter 4, which teases a battle between Keanu Reeves‘ hitman and Bill Skarsgård’s antagonist Marquis de Garmont.

The two-minute preview – set to Westlife’s 1999 song Seasons in the Sun – begins with John and Caine (Donnie Yen) seated inside a candle-lit church.

Wick tells Caine he was ‘saying hello’ to his late wife Helen, who died from terminal illness before the first film in 2014.

On Thursday, Lionsgate unveiled the first action-packed trailer for John Wick: Chapter 4, which teases a battle between Keanu Reeves' hitman (pictured) and Bill Skarsgård's antagonist Marquis de GarmontCan he beat Pennywise? Bill Skarsgård as antagonist Marquis de Garmont

Can he beat Pennywise? On Thursday, Lionsgate unveiled the first action-packed trailer for John Wick: Chapter 4, which teases a battle between Keanu Reeves’ hitman (L) and Bill Skarsgård’s antagonist Marquis de Garmont (R)

The camera cuts to Marquis saying from his palatial mansion: ‘A new day is dawning. New ideas, new rules, new management.’

Wick’s colleague Winston (Ian McShane), the manager of the Continental Hotel, tells him to ‘challenge [Marquis] to single combat. Win or lose. It’s a way out…Just have fun out there.’

The beloved assassin then reunites with the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne), who hands him a gun and a suit and says: ‘A man has to look his best when it’s time to get married or buried.’

'Saying goodbye?' The two-minute preview - set to Westlife's 1999 song Seasons in the Sun - begins with John and Caine (R, Donnie Yen) seated inside a candle-lit church

‘Saying goodbye?’ The two-minute preview – set to Westlife’s 1999 song Seasons in the Sun – begins with John and Caine (R, Donnie Yen) seated inside a candle-lit church

Still grieving: Wick tells Caine he was 'saying hello' to his late wife Helen, who died from terminal illness before the first film in 2014

Still grieving: Wick tells Caine he was ‘saying hello’ to his late wife Helen, who died from terminal illness before the first film in 2014

Caine then warns him 'You're going to die' and John replies: 'Maybe not'

The camera cuts to Marquis saying from his palatial mansion: 'A new day is dawning. New ideas, new rules, new management'

Later, John is in Paris meeting face to face with Marquis of The High Table, a council of 12 crime lords that govern the underworld’s most powerful criminal organizations.

‘If you win, the table will honor its word. You will have your freedom,’ Marquis vows.

The Marquis’ associate (Clancy Brown) later instructs: ‘Under the old laws, only one can survive. Failure to meet at sunrise will result in execution.’

But before their duel, Wick will have to face off against a series of henchmen and ‘his most lethal adversaries yet.’

Wick's colleague Winston (Ian McShane), the manager of the Continental Hotel, tells him to 'challenge [Marquis] to single combat. Win or lose. It's a way out...Just have fun out there'

Wick’s colleague Winston (Ian McShane), the manager of the Continental Hotel, tells him to ‘challenge [Marquis] to single combat. Win or lose. It’s a way out…Just have fun out there’

The beloved assassin then reunites with the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne), who hands him a gun and a suit and says: 'A man has to look his best when it's time to get married or buried'

The beloved assassin then reunites with the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne), who hands him a gun and a suit and says: ‘A man has to look his best when it’s time to get married or buried’

'If you win, the table will honor its word. You will have your freedom': Later, John is in Paris meeting face to face with Marquis of The High Table, a council of 12 crime lords that govern the underworld's most powerful criminal organizations

‘If you win, the table will honor its word. You will have your freedom’: Later, John is in Paris meeting face to face with Marquis of The High Table, a council of 12 crime lords that govern the underworld’s most powerful criminal organizations

The Marquis' associate (Clancy Brown) later instructs: 'Under the old laws, only one can survive. Failure to meet at sunrise will result in execution'

John Wick: Chapter 4 also features Lance Reddick, Marko Zaror, Scott Adkins, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, and Rina Sawayama.

Chad Stahelski’s fourth installment of the action franchise will hits US/UK theaters on March 24, and considering there’s already a fifth film in the works fans can bet John Wick will survive.

The critically-acclaimed original John Wick trilogy amassed $584.8M at the global box office.

But before their duel, Wick will have to face off against a series of henchmen and 'his most lethal adversaries yet.'

But before their duel, Wick will have to face off against a series of henchmen and ‘his most lethal adversaries yet.’

John Wick: Chapter 4 also features Lance Reddick (R), Marko Zaror, Scott Adkins, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, and Rina Sawayama

John Wick: Chapter 4 also features Lance Reddick (R), Marko Zaror, Scott Adkins, Hiroyuki Sanada, Shamier Anderson, and Rina Sawayama

Spoiler alert! Chad Stahelski's fourth installment of the action franchise will hits US/UK theaters on March 24, and considering there's already a fifth film in the works fans can bet John Wick will survive

Spoiler alert! Chad Stahelski’s fourth installment of the action franchise will hits US/UK theaters on March 24, and considering there’s already a fifth film in the works fans can bet John Wick will survive

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