Fans of Constantine, rejoice!
Keanu Reeves’ Constantine sequel has not been canceled by Warner Bros.
John Constantine is making a comeback on the big screen, but DC Studios co-heads James Gunn and Peter Safran did not mention this during the recent DC Universe slate announcement. According to a recent report, Warner Brothers is still working on the Constantine sequel.
Francis Lawrence is set to return to the director’s chair, while Keanu Reeves will play John Constantine for the first time since 2005. The first Constantine movie brought in $230.9 million worldwide.
Fans are really excited about the Constantine announcement and can’t wait to see what Keanu Reeves will bring to the role in the follow-up. Fans are convinced that the 58-year-old actor, who is well recognized for his ability to give characters like the audience favorite assassin John Wick depth and complexity, will give the role of Constantine the same degree of commitment and attention to detail.
The sequel to Constantine’s storyline is being kept a secret. As he continues to battle the forces of evil and defend humanity from the challenges posed by demons and other supernatural beings, fans can expect to witness Keanu Reeves navigating the perilous and otherworldly realm that the character inhabits.
It’s anticipated that the Constantine sequel will take place in a DC Universe outside of Elseworlds. Film, television, animation, and video game ventures will be part of an interwoven DCU that James Gunn and Peter Safran are developing.