A sequel to the 2005 Keanu Reeves superhero horror movie Constantine is within the works, in accordance with Peter Stormare, one of many stars of that movie. In an Instagram submit Friday, Stormare shared a picture of himself in his position as Lucifer, and added the remark “sequel within the works.” Representatives for Warner Bros. and Reeves didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.
Constantine was primarily based on DC Comics’ Hellblazer sequence, with Reeves enjoying John Constantine, a Los Angeles occult detective who can talk with half-angels and half-demons.
Prior to now, Reeves sounded excited a few sequel.
“I’ve all the time needed to play John Constantine once more,” Reeves said in 2019 on Variety podcast The Big Ticket. “I simply love that world, too, and I really like that character.” And it isn’t like he is in opposition to revisiting older roles — he even returned to the Invoice & Ted franchise with this summer season’s
In July, Constantine director Francis Lawrence told Slashfilm the forged and filmmakers needed a sequel, however rights to the character have been in flux, and “we’ll see what occurs.” There’s been buzz that J.J. Abrams will probably be concerned in a film reboot, in addition to discuss of a Constantine TV sequence to be made for HBO Max.
The movie earns a viewer ranking of 8.7, or “common acclaim,” on CNET sister site Metacritic, although crucial response is decrease, with “combined or common evaluations” famous.
A TV sequence primarily based on the character and in addition known as Constantine ran on NBC for one season, from 2014 to 2015. Welsh actor Matt Ryan performed the title position. Ryan then went on to play Constantine in a number of different exhibits and movies, together with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the place he is now an everyday forged member.