Another Constantine, that'd be something. I don't know about the comics but it was an intriguing character in the movie.
Warner Bros Sets ‘Constantine’ Sequel; Keanu Reeves & Francis Lawrence To Reunite, Akiva Goldsman Scripting & Producing With Bad Robot’s JJ Abrams & Hannah MinghellaEXCLUSIVE: Here is a resurrection of a DC character worth getting excited over. Warner Bros will develop another installment of the 2005 supernatural thriller Constantine, and the studio is re-team…deadline.com
Indeed I really liked that movie, the role seemed to fit Keanu's style very well. It's surprising that there were no sequel earlier.I feel Keanu's Constantine was the best yet over all, and you know how critical I can be of comic adaptations...
Yes, the story for the movie was taken from Hellblazer. Constantine isn't immortal, and he has that jaded noir hero vibe so an older actor shouldn't be a problem.Indeed I really liked that movie, the role seemed to fit Keanu's style very well. It's surprising that there were no sequel earlier.
Do you know if it was inspired by one of the books or only inspired by the setting?
And do you think that an older Keanu Reeves would still be a plausible Constantine? I don't suppose he aged in the comics, though it shouldn't be a big problem on the screen after seeing Tom Cruise acting in Maverick.
I'm very much looking forward to that one.We saw Smile tonight. Pretty good.
Sucks to hear that. I also really liked the original film and was definitely interested in checking out the new one. I'll go in with much lower expectations now.The new one is highly predictable and lacks any creativity at all. I thought there was minimal gore despite all the reviews saying otherwise. What it was missing though was an actual point or a single interesting character. I'd give it a 5 if I was feeling generous but I wouldn't recommend it unless you have nothing else to watch.