Keanu Reeves has starred in a number of movies all through his profession that can endlessly be referred to as classics and one of many movies in that spectacular line up is 2005’s Constantine. The movie noticed Keanu play the enduring DC Comics character John Constantine who has deep connections to the DC underworld and is a sort of exorcist however a lot cooler than the outdated man within the 1973 movie.
The 2005 movie didn’t have many ties to the grander DC universe as the concept of constructing connective movie universes was not round then however now, in line with the newest stories from Deadline, a sequel to the unique 2005 movie is within the works and it might have thrilling implications.
This is not the primary time that Keanu has revisited an outdated franchise as he not too long ago simply bought achieved with the discharge of his Matrix reboot/sequel.
In response to the stories, each Keanu Reeves and Rachel Weisz, who was additionally within the unique film might be starring within the upcoming sequel and even the director from the unique movie, Francis Lawrence, is returning on the helm. 2005’s Constantine was truly Francis Lawrence’s debut movie.
There have been some complaints from the unique film that Keanu’s adaptation of the character was not correct to the comics however in these occasions, when comedian correct fits and character descriptions are so in development, some modifications may be anticipated particularly the inclusion of Constantine’s iconic trench coat from the comics.
Will this movie connect with the larger DCEU is tough to say for the time being however its actually one thing that followers can be excited to see.
So far as the discharge date for this venture is worried, nothing may be mentioned as DC goes by some main administration change, and the discharge date of many tasks already within the works similar to Shazam! Fury of the Gods, have been modified a number of occasions.
However Constantine is returning to the large display screen and followers are excited to see what it might imply for the trendy DC Universe.