“John Wick: Chapter 4” has received the best reviews, audience reactions, and box office of the “John Wick” franchise. It makes it all the more impressive when you consider the latest film is nearly three hours long and could’ve gone wrong in so many ways in its final edit. Nathan Orloff (“Ghostbusters: Afterlife“), an openly gay film editor, brought a unique perspective to the “John Wick” franchise, which is known for its hyper-masculine themes and characters. His ability to connect with the material and understand the nuances of the action sequences made him an essential collaborator with director Chad Stahelski. He has contributed significantly to the film’s success due to the handling of the pacing for such an epic action film, and he was kind enough to spend a few minutes chatting with me about his work on the film. Please check my interview with him below and enjoy! Thank you!
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