Le Continental est à pleine capacité dans le nouveau trailer de la série préquelle de John Wick diffusée sur Peacock.


The recent trailer for Peacock’s upcoming series, *The Continental*, has left fans eagerly anticipating its release. Set in 1970s New York City, the show focuses on the younger versions of Winston Scott and Charon as they become embroiled in a deadly battle among assassins, ultimately vying for control of the renowned Continental Hotel.

The trailer sheds light on Winston’s familiarity with the hotel’s shadowy dealings, but it is only when his brother Frankie crosses paths with the hotel’s then-head Cormac that Winston truly immerses himself in this world of organized chaos. Instead of working alongside Cormac to retrieve what Frankie stole, the trailer suggests that Winston may take matters into his own hands by joining forces with his brother and a group of outsiders, including Miles, Lou, and Lemmy, to dismantle the hotel.

However, demolishing the Continental, a hotel filled with eccentric and skilled assassins, proves to be a formidable challenge. The trailer makes it evident that each target Winston encounters will put up a fierce and meticulously choreographed fight before he can eliminate them—a thrilling aspect that fans will surely appreciate. On the other hand, the preview also implies that Cormac, portrayed by Mel Gibson, will play a significant role in the plot—an unexpected choice by Lionsgate Television that may deter some viewers from tuning in to *The Continental*.

Despite this concern, the teaser promises an action-packed and visually stunning prequel to the beloved *John Wick* films. Scheduled for release on September 22nd, *The Continental* is set to captivate audiences with its intense storyline and dynamic characters.

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