Where was John Wick: Chapter 4 filmed
Featuring the Osaka Continental Hotel in Japan, John Wick 4 was filmed from the picturesque streets of Paris to the bustling cities of Tokyo, Berlin, and New York.
Place Suzanne Valadon - Stairs
Scene where There are some men waiting for John Wick, again… He has only six minutes to get up the stairs
Scene was shot The staircase that runs along the park and leads to the Basilica of the Sacre-Coeur, the movie says there are 220 steps, but some reference books say there are about 300 steps.
GPS: 48.8848190307617, 2.342453956604
Scene where As a representation of Paris, we are shown several shots of popular locations, including the Luxembourg Garden.
Scene was shot The Jardin du Luxembourg also known in English as the Luxembourg Gardens, is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, France. It was created beginning in 1612 by Marie de' Medici, the widow of King Henry IV of France, for a new residence she constructed, the Luxembourg Palace. The garden today is owned by the French Senate, which meets in the Palace. It covers 23 hectares.
GPS: 48.8465194702148, 2.33650803565979
Scene where Winston comes to meet Marquis to challenge him to a duel.
Scene was shot on the first floor of the Louvre where the famous Liberty Leading the People painting by Eugène Delacroix is exhibited.
GPS: 48.860538482666, 2.33478546142578
Ruska roma church
#Berlin #The Church of the Sacred Heart
Scene where John Wick comes to Rusca Roma's church to rejoin the family and gain the right to challenge Marquis to a duel
Scene was shot The Church of the Sacred Heart is a Catholic church located in the Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg district, externally built in the Neo-Romanesque style. Designed by Christoph Heel, professor of medieval architecture, the building was completed after 16 months of construction in 1898.
GPS: 52.530842804252245, 13.409728573590613
Scene where John Wick comes to Killa's nightclub to avenge his murder of Peter.
Scene was shot At the centre of Berlin, on the Köpenicker Straße, is the former power station Mitte –a piece of Berlin’s industrial history. Built approximately at the same time as the Berlin Wall during the years 1960-1964, its purpose was to power the former East German regions of Berlin. After the building stood abandoned for many years, it was resurrected by Dimitri Hegemann in 2006 and part of the space reopened as his techno club Tresor. Today, this formerly silenced Berlin power station is a vibrant place for exhibitions and events. A space resonating with energy.
GPS: 52.5107955932617, 13.4198722839355
#Tokyo #National Center for the Arts
Scene where Mr. Nobody checks in at the Osaka Continental and sits down with his dog in the lobby.
Scene was shot in Tokyo, at the National Center for the Arts. Opened in 2007 in the former research center of the University of Tokyo, it is one of Japan's largest venues for art exhibitions.
GPS: 35.6646308898926, 139.726806640625
Scene where John Wick races across the desert to find one of the elders and kill him
Scene was shot a valley cut into the sandstone considered one of the world’s outstanding desert landscapes. Wadi Rum is a protected area covering 720 square kilometers of dramatic desert wilderness in the south of Jordan. Huge mountains of sandstone and granite emerge, sheer-sided, from wide sandy valleys to reach heights of 1700 meters and more. Narrow canyons and fissures cut deep into the mountains and many conceal ancient rock drawings etched by the peoples of the desert over millennia. Bedouin tribes still live among the mountains of Rum and their large goat-hair tents are a special feature of the landscape.
GPS: 29.55464006987187, 35.4110340276159
Arc de Triomphe
Scene where John Wick tries to escape the assassins chasing him and gets into a fight on the busy road around the Arc de Triomphe
Scene was shot The majestic Arc de Triomphe is a famous architectural monument and just a symbol of Paris, located on the Place Charles de Gaulle.
GPS: 48.87373524741975, 2.294941669309603
Scene where In Paris, De Gramont receives a call from Mr. Nobody in the elegant Grand Staircase of Paris Opera Palais Garnier.
Scene was shot theater in Paris, one of the most famous and significant opera and ballet theaters in the world. It is located in the Palais Garnier in the IX district of Paris, at the end of the Avenue de l'Opera, near the metro station of the same name.
GPS: 48.8719482421875, 2.33157110214233
Scene where Marquis and John Wick meet with their seconds to discuss the terms of the upcoming duel.
Scene was shot at Trocadero Square opposite the Eiffel Tower, one of the best views of a Parisian landmark
GPS: 48.86284086309748, 2.2873167949501245
Scene where John Wick goes to church, puts out a candle, and meets John Wick.
Scene was shot St. Eustathian Church in the 1st arrondissement of the French capital; near the former Central Market
GPS: 48.86341744796807, 2.344713129916231
Scene where John Wick and Winston meet at Haron's tomb to discuss next steps.
Scene was shot National Park, located at the end of Roosevelt Island, open every day until sunset, no ticket purchase or reservation required
GPS: 40.751007379730666, -73.96013684687757