John Constantine Returning to TV. DC Comics’s Gloom Sauceror-Spy is getting another shot at solving paranormal mysteries on a new platform.
Although the character’s first live-action world was through Kean Reeves, and later Matt Ryan – Constantine Moving in a fresh direction. Be prepared to watch more exorcism, magic and demonic drama.
HBO Max Green Lights ‘Constantine’ Series with JJ Abrams
Fans were shocked when NBC was canceled Constantine The TV series, back in 2015, is leaving loose ends and a new love for its portrayal of Matt & Ryan. Before Ryan picked up Mantle, Keanu Reeves played the antagonist in the 2005 Warner Bros. film.
Now, according to time limit, HBO Max in partnership with JJ Abrams and Guy Bolton is developing a TV series that is being described as a “dark reboot”. This version of the story will feature a young Constantine in London and a diverse lead.
Ryan recently revived the character for his epic crossover event, “Crisis on Infinity Earth” at The CW’s Arrowverse. Pretending that Ryan’s Constantine eventually reunited with another fan of the comics, Lucifer. Tom Ellis pops over Netflix Lucifer The show to help Detective, and many fans would love to see more of his tag-team action.
It is too early to tell if any other DC heroes and villains will cross over in this HBO Max series, but viewers are expecting big things from Abram’s team.
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Keanu Reeves is said to be the sequel to a ‘Constantine’ film
In other news, rumors about A Constantine The film’s sequel has been in discussion for years, and in 2020, an actor confirmed that one was on the way.
John Stormare, who played the role of Lucifer, posted a photo on Instagram of himself in a costume that read, “Sequel to work.” Nothing has been confirmed, but Reeves expressed interest in bringing the character back.
During Comic Con at home In the event 2020, he appeared on Constantine The reunion panel and revealed that ideas were underway for a possible sequel. There is talk of just having a studio on board.
Producers Akiva Goldsman, director Francis Lawrence and Reeves would love to have a true love follow-up to the original. This means more action, more monsters and more horror. He also joked about putting the character of Jesus Christ in a new installment. One thing Reeves said he would not try is Constantine’s British accent and blonde.
HBO Max is also working on ‘Green Lantern’
Constantine is not the only DC Comics property that HBO Max plans to reboot. In October 2020, Variety It was reported that WarnerMedia ordered 10 episodes of a Green Lantern series made by Berlanti Productions.
The show will focus on the entire Green Lantern clan and will feature Sinestro and OG Alan Scott. One of the authors of the series first penned Green lantern Also worked on film and Legends of tomorrow And arrow. There is no word on whether Ryan Reynolds plans to grace the small screen in this edition.
To know which heroes are coming on the small screen, fans should be prepared for more updates from DC and WarnerMedia.