John Wick's Father-In-Law Theory Addressed By Director

– Director Chad Stahelski finds the theory that Winston is John Wick's father-in-law clever and cool, hinting that it could potentially be true.

– The theory is supported by the presence of Wick's 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429, which was driven by Winston in The Continental prequel series.

– While Stahelski did not initially intend for this connection, he is open to the possibility of exploring the father-in-law theory in future John Wick movies.

John Wick director Chad Stahelski addresses a popular fan theory about Wick’s father-in-law. Introduced in the very first film in the action-packed Keanu Reeves-led franchise, Ian McShane’s Winston becomes a key character 

Whether Winston and John are more deeply connected than it seems is not something John Wick series director Stahelski is willing to defiitively answer 

Stahelski addressed the theory, and teased that it could prove to be true down the road. Check out what he said in the space below: 

At the center of fans’ John Wick father-in-law theory is Wick’s 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 (featured in the first two films). In the first movie, it’s revealed that Wick received the car as a gift from his late wife Helen after she convinced him to retire from being an assassin.  

When a car that looks exactly like Wick’s 1969 Mustang appeared in the recent John Wick prequel series The Continental, being driven by that show’s younger version of Winston, theories arose that the car had been passed down from Winston  

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