Joel J. Richard Biography, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Songs, News

Joel J. Richard Biography

Joel J. Richard is an American Film score composer. Joel J. Richard is known for his numerous songs including Plastic Heart, John Wick Reckoning, Lure the wolf, Shark Chevelle, Fountain foes, chop chop and No more guns among others. Joel J. Richard passion for music got the better of him when he was very young. At twelve years of age, Joel J. Richard bought a 4-track recorder and an electric guitar. The instruments helped him set off his great career and talent.

Joel J. Richard Age

Joel J. Richard was born in Connecticut, United States on 13th April, 1976. He is 43 years old.

Joel J. Richard Net Worth

The net worth of the film score composer, Joel J. Richard, is currently under review.Joel J. Richard (right) Photo

Joel J. Richard Wife

Joel J. Richard has been very secretive about his personal life. Little information exist on the internet about his life. There is no information available about Joel J. Richard wife either. Similarly there is no information about Joel J. Richard children.

Joel J. Richard Songs

  • Plastic Heart 2017
  • John Wick Reckoning 2017
  • La Vendetta 2017
  • Man of Focus 2017
  • Suits Maps and Guns 2017
  • Lure the Wolf 2014
  • Presto Museum Battle 2017
  • Shark Chevelle 2017
  • Sumo Showdown 2017
  • Back in the Ground 2017
  • Peace & Vodka 2017
  • Assassins 2014
  • Missing Helen 2017
  • Wick in Rome 2017
  • Catacombs 2017
  • Guns & Turtlenecks 2017
  • Walk to Museum 2017
  • Razor Bath 2017
  • Fountain Foes 2017
  • Mirror Mayhem 2017
  • Knives on a Train 2017
  • Warehouse Smack Down 2014
  • Santino 2017
  • Hotel Throw Down
  • Chop Shop
  • No More Guns
  • Dock Shootout

Joel J. Richard News

Chad Stahelski’s John Wick 3: Parabellum starring Keanu Reeves shoots its way through a theater near you this May. And today we have word that the third entry in the series is tracking to snag a killer $30 – 40 million during its opening weekend. Some of the pros the film has going for it are the fact that the franchise has proven incredibly popular, and there is currently a general absence of action films targeting adult males around this time of year. Plus the reactions to this movie’s early trailers have been very enthusiastic, and it should do fine against Avengers: Endgame with a considerable three-week distance, especially with Memorial Day landing on its second weekend. The only con the movie really has going for it is the fact that franchises can be susceptible to diminished returns as they go on. Will this be the case for this new entry? I guess we’ll see this May.
To be thorough, the original John Wick flick earned a slick $14+ million from 2,500+ locations on its opening box office weekend back in October 2014. $14 million might not seem like a boatload of cash, but it did double expectations at the time which predicted the film to open somewhere in the neighborhood of $7-8 million. In the end, John Wick grossed $45+ million in North America and $43 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $88+ million. Not too shabby for a film that only cost a reported $20-30 million to produce.
Meanwhile, John Wick: Chapter 2 was projected to gross around $20 million in its first weekend but ended up more than doubling the original film’s opening when it shot out of the gate to the tune of $30+ million back in February 2017. In fact, the sequel earned over $2 million from Thursday night previews alone and snagged a whopping $11 million on its first day, nearly totaling the $14.4 million the first film made in its entire opening weekend. By Monday morning, John Wick: Chapter 2 finished third for its weekend behind The Lego Batman Movie which snagged $53 million, and Fifty Shades Darker which chained up $46.6 million. The sequel eventually collected $92 million in the United States and Canada and $79.5 million around the world for a worldwide total of $171.5 million.
The third John Wick flick will see the return of Keanu Reeves as Wick along with Laurence Fishburne as the Bowery King, Lance Reddick as Charon, the concierge at the Continental Hotel, Ian McShane as Winston, the owner/manager of the Continental Hotel, and John Leguizamo as Wick’s former best friend. Franchise newcomers include Halle Berry as Sofia, an assassin and close friend of John Wick; Mark Dacascos as Zero, another assassin with a vendetta; and Asia Kate Dillon as a member of the High Table dubbed the Adjudicator. Saïd Taghmaoui joins them as the Elder, Jason Mantzoukas as an assassin named the Tick Tock Man, Robin Lord Taylor as a member of the High Table labeled the Administrator, and Anjelica Huston as the Director, a member of the High Table and John Wick’s protector. Add to that, Boban Marjanović, Arjon Bashiri, Yayan Ruhian, Cecep Arif Rahman, Tiger Chen, Vladimir and Vlado Mihailov, Danish Bhatt, and Candace M. Smith joined the cast as, you guess it, more assassins, and Jerome Flynn, Tobias Segal, and Hiroyuki Sanada have unspecified roles. Probably assassins.
Chad Stahelski directs John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum from a screenplay written by Derek Kolstad, Shay Hatten, Chris Collins, and Marc Abrams based on a story by Kolstad based on his characters. Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee produced. Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard provide the movie’s music, with Dan Laustsen acting as the cinematographer, and Evan Schiff editing. Summit Entertainment, Thunder Road Pictures, and 87Eleven Productions are behind the film which Lionsgate will unleash into a theater near you on May 17, 2019. This update comes to us from Box-office Pro.

Note: This biography is based on the available information as of 2023, and real-time updates or developments are being updated by our editorial team.