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’90s movie villain Peter Greene joins John Wick spin-off

“Pulp Fiction” actor joins the cast of small-screen event series “The Continental”


Peter Greene, the ’90s go-to bad guy, has been cast in “John Wick” spin-off series “The Continental”.

The New Jersey bred actor, known for his roles in such films as “Pulp Fiction”, “The Mask”, “Judgement Night”, “The Usual Suspects” and “Under Siege 2 : Dark Territory”,  has been cast in the role of “Uncle Charlie”.

“The Continental” will explore the origin behind the hotel-for-assassins, the centerpiece of the John Wick universe, through the eyes and actions of a young Winston Scott who is dragged into the Hell-scape of a 1975 New York City to face a past he thought he’d left behind. Winston charts a deadly course through the New York’s mysterious underworld in a harrowing attempt to seize the iconic hotel, which serves as the meeting point for the world’s most dangerous criminals.

The cast also includes Colin Woodell as the series lead “Winston Scott” the younger version of the iconic character from the John Wick film franchise, whose origin story is told through the event series; Hubert Point-Du Jour as “Miles,” Jessica Allain as “Lou,” Mishel Prada as “KD,” Nhung Kate as “Yen,” Mel Gibson as “Cormac,” and Ben Robson as “Frankie.”  Ayomide Adegun and Jeremy Bobb have also been added.

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