Since its launch in 2005, the Constantine movie, which featured star Kenau Reeves as the title character, has gained more and more fans. Which led to some pressure and rumors about a sequel that, until then, never happened. However, that is about to change.
After finally confirming Constantine 2Warner has been, little by little, warming up the fans of the DC character and, now, who spoke about the matter was the director of the feature, Francis Lawrence.
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In an interview with ComicBook.com, Lawrence gave an important update on the work’s development. According to him, although the sequel has been imagined for years, it is still there were some issues between DC Comics and Vertigo Comics over the rights to the character🇧🇷
However, the director assured that these issues have already been resolved and the script is ready to move forward as planned.
“We don’t have a script, but Keanu, me and Akiva [Goldsman], who worked on the first movie together, we’ve been trying to make another one over the years. It’s been difficult because of the DC/Vertigo world and who owns the character and who controls it. […]🇧🇷 We’ve worked it out now and we need a story,” he said.
For now, therefore, Constantine 2 no big news yet in addition to the sequel in the development of the script and the return of Keanu Reeves to the main role🇧🇷
Constantine (2005)Source: Warner/DC
What is Constantine’s story?
Constantine is a DC Comics character, originally from the comics. Hellblazer, to be more exact. The antihero, however, has appeared in other comics as well, such as sandman, in addition to having already integrated arcs of the Justice League. In cinema, he was played by Keanu Reeves (John Wick🇧🇷
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In the film, paranormal detective John Constantine must investigate the plight of a woman who has been plagued with terrifying visions after her sister’s suicide.
However, the case is more difficult than it seems and involves a real war between heaven and hell. Something that, as we all know, is nothing new for Constantine.
The main cast of the work included Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, Djimon Hounsou, Shia LaBeouf, Max Baker, Gavin Rossdale, Tilda Swinton, Pruitt Taylor Vince, among others.
No release date has yet been set for Constantine 2🇧🇷 Keep an eye on My Series for new updates!
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