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Watch behind-the-scene footage of Keanu Reeves carrying out his own horse stunt in the vid below:
If you've ever seen any of the John Wick action films, you'll know that the stunts are often outrageous.
However, the Director of John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, Chad Stahelski, decided things needed to be taken up a notch.
Stahelski managed to convince the star to carry out his own stunt, whilst upping the anti by making Reeves 'trick ride'.
For those that don't know, 'trick riding', is when you hang off the side of a horse at high speed - hanging on to dear life.
Towards the end of the clip, Reeves builds up speed and, majestically, dangles off the side of the stallion.
Don't try this at home kids (or adults).
The only slight factor that makes it a tiny bit less difficult, is that the actor is supported via a wire so he doesn't go off tumbling like a bowling ball.
Still though, it's called a 'stunt' for a reason and you obviously still got to have the tekkers.
The viral vid was posted yesterday (12 Sep) by the Lionsgate TikTok account, already racking up a massive 19.1 million views and 1.5 million likes.
However, the comments section seemed to be more concerned about the horse than the actual stunt itself.
One user joked: "That horse is a paid actor."
A second user wrote: "I hope that horse gets extra love and snackies for being such a good sport."
A third user revealed: "They had to put a mat down the whole way because otherwise it would damage the horses hooves."
Whilst a final user added: "wet pavement is so dangerous for horses to run on."
The fourth instalment of the film has already started filming back in April, this year.
Speaking to Collider, Stahelski said that the creative team had set the bar even higher than before.
He said: "We submitted an idea or thematic [plan] and it was really big. So, we're talking about doing a little bit more than a [John Wick 4], or something like that, and trying to develop that."
He went on to tell the outlet: "I'm in a happy place where we are in development...we're in a place where we know what we want do and where we want to do it."
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