The official poster for the third film in the John Wick franchise has been revealed, bringing the movie's title and release date along with it. Take a look above.

The film is called John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum, and if you're wondering what the hell a "Parabellum" is, it's Latin for "prepare for war." The poster depicts Keanu Reeves as Wick before a glass door with "Continental" signage on it, indicating this is the entrance to the assassin headquarters.

Lionsgate followed up the poster release with two Instagram posts showing glimpses of Reeves' co-stars Ian McShane and Lawrence Fishburne in action and revealing that the first trailer will drop on Thursday. Watch below.

John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum is due to hit theaters on May 17.

In other news, Michaela Coel risks her future to uncover her past in Netflix thriller 'Black Earth Rising.'

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