Lionsgate is hosting a free stream of 2014 action-thriller John Wick today, May 8. The showcase is a part of the studio's ongoing Lionsgate Live series in which it is raising money for workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

The funds that are donated during the livestream will be given to the Will Rogers Motion Pictures Pioneers Foundation to “provide financial assistance and supportive counseling to those who work in theatrical exhibition who are experiencing hardship due to illness, accident or underemployment,” the Lionsgate Live website reads.

The livestream event, viewable on lionsgate.live, will be hosted by Jamie Lee Curtis. John Wick follows previous streams of La La Land, Dirty Dancing, and The Hunger Games.

The first installment in the movie series of the same name — starring Keanu Reeves as the titular character — John Wick released in October of 2014. The film is said to have brought in approximately $86 million at the box office. Since the release, two more John Wick pictures have premiered, while a fourth is on the way for 2022.

Tune in to the Lionsgate Live website today at 9 p.m. EST to watch John Wick for free.

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