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Lance Reddick Calls 'John Wick 4' Co-Stars 'Family' in One of His Final TV Appearances Before His Death

Lance Reddick spent his final days promoting his film,, with his close-knit co-stars.Reddick died suddenly on March 17 at the age of 60, and in one of his final interviews, he spoke about what the cast of the action flick meant to him.In a clip from Friday's pre-taped episode of, Reddick is a guest on the show alongside his co-stars, Keanu Reeves and Ian McShane.«Family's such a huge theme in this particular film more than any others,» shares Reddick, who played hotel concierge Charon in all four films in the franchise. «You see it with the three of us, how it's not just the family that you're born into, but the family you've created.

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Netflix Top 10: ‘You’ Season 4 Back at No. 1 With Part 2 Release, ‘Luther: The Fallen Sun’ Leads English Films Chart
BreAnna Bell Joe Goldberg has climbed back to No. 1 on the Netflix Top 10 English TV chart with big twists, Easter eggs, and a climactic “Anti-Hero” moment as “You” Season 4, Part 2 opened on the list following its March 9 release date. The murder mystery had 75.8 million hours viewed during the March 6-12 viewing window and was in the Top 10 in 86 countries. On the English Films side, Idris Elba returned as detective John Luther in “Luther: The Fallen Sun.” The thriller, featuring Cynthia Erivo, Andy Serkis and Dermot Crowley debuted at No. 1 with 65.9 million hours viewed. Chris Rock’s live standup special “Selective Outrage” made its first appearance on Netflix’s Global Top 10 chart at No. 8 on the English titles list with 17.79 million hours viewed. Live from Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre, Rock’s first standup show following the infamous 2022 Oscar’s slap was one of several live offerings on Saturday as Netflix accompanied it with pre- and post-show coverage featuring appearances from Ronnie Chieng, Leslie Jones, Deon Cole and Arsenio Hall, among others, as well as appearances and commentary from Amy Schumer, Cedric the Entertainer, Ice-T, Jerry Seinfeld, Kevin Hart, Paul McCartney, Sarah Silverman and Wanda Sykes. The special first debuted in the US on March 4 and was previously not counted in the previous week’s global count as it wasn’t available in other countries.