The LA premiere for "John Wick: Chapter 4" took place on Monday evening at the TCL Chinese Theatre.
Guests were encouraged to wear a blue ribbon on the red carpet to honor late actor Lance Reddick.
Reddick, who reprises his role as Charon in the film, died of natural causes at age 60 on Friday.
Keanu Reeves was dressed in a slick black suit, much like the one his titular hitman wears.
Guests were offered blue ribbons to wear in memory of actor Lance Reddick, who passed away on March 17 due to natural causes.
Laurence Fishburne, who plays the Bowery King in the series, rocked a pinstripe suit at the premiere.
Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne fist-bumped on the carpet. "John Wick: Chapter 4" is the sixth film the "Matrix" costars have worked on together.
Singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama took to the carpet in a black leather look. "John Wick: Chapter 4" is her first major film role.
The "This Hell" singer also snuck in an outfit change to pose with John Wick's latest car, the 1971 Plymouth Cuda.
Donnie Yen stood out from the crowd in a bright suit jacket.
"Harry Potter" and "Game of Thrones" alum Natalia Tena wowed attendees in a gold dress.
"John Wick" newcomer Shamier Anderson had fun striking a pose on the carpet. He plays the Tracker in the sequel.
Later in the evening, Anderson was photographed manning the DJ booth as the after-party kicked off.
Scott Adkins plays German crime boss Killa in the sequel, and he also posed with Wick's new ride.
Ian McShane, who returns as Continental owner Winston in the new film, looked ready to ride off with the car.
"Westworld," "Mortal Kombat," and "Bullet Train" star Hiroyuki Sanada posed with a poster of his character, Koji.
Keanu Reeves' "Bill and Ted" costar Alex Winter was also in attendance in a casual green jacket and jeans.
"Better Call Saul" and "Nobody" actor Bob Odenkirk showed his support for the film by walking the red carpet.
Clancy Brown, who plays a new antagonist in the film, The Harbinger, also made an appearance on the red carpet.
The cast and crew posed together, wearing their blue ribbons in memory of Reddick, to whom the film has been dedicated.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
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