In his interview with /Movie, Mark Stoeckinger bought into the main points in regards to the variety of separate gunshot sounds we hear within the film. “There’s most likely, between the shot and the hit and the heads and all, there’s most likely 12 to fifteen sounds that make up [a headshot in the film],” he mentioned.
Though “John Wick: Chapter 4” earns each minute of its almost three-hour runtime, that does not look like a variety of sounds to select from to accommodate the dimensions and scope of such an epic motion movie. Positive, there are many clashing samurai swords, bow and arrow strikes, and an attacking canine to interrupt up the staggering quantity of ingenious gunplay this time round, however there are nonetheless (if I have been to hazard a guess) not less than a thousand or so gunshots blasting out of the theater audio system.
If these 12 to fifteen sounds have been remoted, it might be simpler to inform them aside. A lot of the assassins on the taking part in subject are most likely utilizing the identical firearm, so it does make sense in the event that they sound extraordinarily comparable. That additionally permits for the weapons that John Wick makes use of to face out much more, together with the apex combating pistol known as the Pit Viper, which was made solely for “Chapter 4.” Wick additionally picks up a Dragons Breath shotgun for one of many film’s most thrilling and visually ingenious battle scenes.