John Wick Chapter 4 Takes Over Twitter: Full Film Streams with 2.6 Million Views!

A leaked version of John Wick Chapter 4, which premiered approximately two months ago, has gained over 2.6 million views on Twitter.


Twitter, under the direction of Elon Musk, has evolved beyond its original purpose as a micro-blogging platform. With the introduction of extended video capabilities for Twitter Blue subscribers, users began uploading full-length movies, including popular titles like Shrek and Evil Dead. Among these uploads, the latest film being streamed on Twitter is John Wick Chapter 4, starring Keanu Reeves.

John Wick Chapter 4 leaked on Twitter

In March of this year, John Wick Chapter 4 premiered in theaters. Within a short span of two months, the film has surfaced on Twitter, where it can be streamed or downloaded. While it has become commonplace for newly released movies to be leaked online, the reliability of the print and sound quality remains uncertain.

However, an individual on Twitter has uploaded a high-resolution version of the complete John Wick Chapter 4 film, which has already accumulated over 2.6 million views within a span of 10 hours. Considering the film’s dedicated fanbase, the substantial viewership comes as no surprise. Due to its runtime exceeding two hours, the movie has been shared across two separate tweets.

The Leaked Version went Viral in no time

The tweet containing the entire film has garnered over 7,900 retweets and more than 50,000 likes. Additionally, users are bookmarking the tweet to ensure convenient access in the future, resulting in over 17,000 bookmarks.

How to Download John Wick Chapter 4 from Twitter?

When it comes to downloading videos from Twitter, direct downloading is not supported by the platform itself. Nonetheless, there are workarounds available.

One of the simplest methods is to visit a Twitter Video Downloader website and paste the tweet’s URL into the provided box. This will enable the video to be downloaded.

Numerous other websites offer the capability to download Twitter videos by pasting the tweet’s URL. Some downloaders even allow users to select the desired video quality.

Within the same Twitter thread where the film was shared, various users are highlighting different bots that can be utilized to download the movie.

John Wick Chapter 4: Franchise Finale

In other news, John Wick Chapter 4 is scheduled for an OTT release on June 23, exclusively on Lionsgate Play. The franchise originated with the release of the first film in 2014 and has since gained an enormous global fanbase, solidifying its status as one of the most iconic action film series ever created.

Serving as the grand finale of the franchise, John Wick Chapter 4 provides viewers with an opportunity to bid farewell to the beloved character portrayed by Keanu Reeves. Directed by Chad Stahelski, this adrenaline-fueled action film has achieved a worldwide box office revenue of approximately USD 402 million.

Elon Musk’s New Twitter Feature Announcement- Video Upload upto 2 hours

Contrary to the belief that long-form video uploads were the only upcoming feature, Elon Musk recently revealed an additional functionality: the ability to watch a video in picture-in-picture mode while browsing the website. Interestingly, this feature is already accessible on YouTube.

Elaborating on the topic, Musk responded to a Twitter user’s inquiry about the inclusion of 15-second ‘forward and backward seek buttons’ for long-form videos, stating, “Coming next week, along with pic in pic, so you can watch while scrolling.”

Twitter’s New CEO

In the meantime, Linda Yaccarino, former NBC Universal executive with a twenty-year tenure, is set to take on her new position as Twitter’s CEO in the near future. Since the announcement of her appointment, discussions about Yaccarino as the company’s new CEO have dominated conversations.

As the newly appointed leader of Twitter, Yaccarino will primarily concentrate on overseeing business operations, while Elon Musk will assume responsibility for product design and the introduction of new technologies.


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