Why Winston Shoots John Wick at John Wick 3's End

Even after John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum's events are shown, fans are left wondering why Winston shoots John Wick at the conclusion of the movie. 

A reward is set on the head of the movie's lead character, Parabellum, which leads a horde of hired shooters to pursue Keanu Reeves's character, John Wick. 

It is, in some respects, a long cry from the events in the first John Wick movie, which follows the hitman who was once retired in his quest to exact revenge on the people who killed his dog.  

Nonetheless, the franchise's sequence of events line up like dominoes, much like the criminal underworld of John Wick has its own set of norms and customs. 

Reeves' action hero is compelled to come out of retirement in John Wick: Chapter 2 in order to fulfill a blood oath to a crime lord named Santino D'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio). 

In the third chapter of the trilogy, Reeves' character is wanted when that assignment leads to the unintentional death of Santino, a member of John Wick's High Table.  

Ian McShane's portrayal of Winston Scott is a crucial character in John Wick 3. Winston enjoys following the law, especially when it involves his friend John Wick. 

Winston is the owner and manager of the New York Continental Hotel, which serves as a sort of neutral safe haven for murderers and criminals. 

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