John Wick: Chapter Three may not hit theaters until 2019, but star Keanu Reeves already knows a particular actress he wants for the sequel: his Constantine co-star Tilda Swinton. In an interview with People, Reeves was asked whether he would want Swinton join him in Chapter Three, and he said it's an idea that he is "all on-board with."
“We run into each other once in a while socially out there in the world. She’s a remarkable person and actress, so I’m all aboard with that,” he shared.
The second movie in Liongate's surprise hit series massively expanded the John Wick mythology, so the third movie will likely explore different parts of this world and the key players within it. As such, it wouldn't be out of the question for Swinton to show up in a never-before-seen role.
In addition to Constantine, Reeves and Swinton previously worked together on Thumbsucker.
Scheduled to release on May 17, 2019, John Wick: Chapter Three will see Keanu Reeves reprise his role in the R-rated action franchise. The first movie in the franchise grossed $88 million worldwide in 2014, with the sequel earning $171 million after its 2017 release. The franchise also has a prequel comic tie-in series by writer Greg Pak and artist Giovanni Valletta from Dynamite Entertainment.