The only soul Satan himself would come up to gather is getting a follow-up film. “Constantine” is back.
Warner Bros. will make a sequel of the 2005 supernatural activity film “Constantine” featuring Keanu Reeves. The blockbuster star will rejoin with original director Francis Lawrence, most popular for taking over the “Hunger Games” franchise after the first film.
“Constantine” has been a hot property in Hollywood, igniting a NBC series made by Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer, and was significantly more recently being developed into a new series for HBO Max by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions. In any case, sources let us know that the HBO Max series is presently dead, albeit the streamer had been in early discussions with an actor for the lead role before the new film met up. Four scripts were composed for the new adaptation set in contemporary London.
Another Justice League Dark project that is likewise being put to the side is the “Madame X” series produced by Angela Robinson. Yet, this doesn’t mean both series can’t be restored elsewhere. Sources say that both Warner Bros. Television and Bad Robot remain incredibly high on both projects and hope to find a new home for them both.
Adapted from the DC comic books, John Constantine is an exorcist attempting to tip the scales in the fight between great and malicious in support of himself. Ready to see the evil spirits and angels impacting regular people, Constantine is driven to send every single devil to damnation in this manner cementing his place in heaven since, “What would you do if you were sentenced to a prison where half the inmates were put there by you?”
This sequel has for some time been murmured regarding among fans, particularly after the big 15-year reunion the two Reeves and Lawrence went to at Comic-Con. In addition the star himself has transparently expressed interest in getting back to the sacred conflict seething in the city of Los Angeles. “I just loved that world, ” Reeves told Variety, “and I love that character.”
Subtleties are scant yet we know the bare bones of the deal: Akiva Goldsman (who’s been helming the numerous new “Star Trek” series on Paramount +) will compose and produce through his production organization Weed Road Pictures, alongside Bad Robot’s J.J. Abrams and Hannah Minghella.
Fingers crossed this reunion additionally brings back the absolute best interpretations of Gabriel and the Devil himself (Tilda Swinton and Peter Stormare) in the history of cinema. Also, if Gavin Rossdale wanted to return too… we’d be down.