Donnie Yen returns to HK after filming "John Wick 4"

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8 Nov – After months of filming "John Wick 4" in Paris, it is finally a wrap for Donnie Yen, who announced his last day on set with a video on Instagram.

On 6 November, the martial arts actor shared a series of clips of him saying goodbye to lead actor Keanu Reeves and director Chad Stahelski, where he can be heard telling Keanu Reeves, "I love you guys too but I don't love you that much. I got to go home."

It's apparent that Donnie had a blast filming 'John Wick 4'
It's apparent that Donnie had a blast filming 'John Wick 4'

"It's never easy making a movie especially abroad far away from family and finally going home after four months of JW4, I like to thank Keanu and Chad for their warmest gestures, this journey has been super fun, these guys are humble, respectful, passionate film makers purely striving to make the best movie, and I really think this particular one will be very special, but for me it's even more rewarding from this unique experience is that I'd gained genuine friendships. John Wick 4, just little bit more!" he wrote.

Donnie also revealed the two gifts he received from Reeves and Stahelski in the same video.

Earlier this year, Donnie admitted that he really enjoyed working on the set of the said movie, saying that "John Wick 4" was the most fun experience he had of working in a Hollywood movie.

The upcoming film will be released in theatres in May 2022.

Donnie Yen in Paris
Donnie Yen in Paris

(Photo Source: Donnie Yen Instagram)

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