Keanu Reeves | Constantine Sequel

Yes, you read that right, for the lovers of horror, suspense, Keanu Reeves, action. It’s been reported that the actor wants to interpret in the movie Constantine again. What is the mood called? EXCITEMENT!

Right now, Keanu Reeves is garnering a lot of attention for his third turn as John Wick, and naturally a lot of people are quite familiar with him from the Bill & Ted and Matrix movies. However, let’s not forget that Reeves has also left his mark in the comic book movie realm, as he played John Constantine in 2005’s Constantine. That movie never got a sequel, but nearly a decade and a half later, Reeves is still interested in reprising the character, saying: “I’ve always wanted to play John Constantine again. I just love that world, too, and I love that character. I just had a blast playing a character and in that world.” Made off a $100 million budget and ultimately making nearly $231 million worldwide, Constantine, which came out the same year as fellow DC Comics movie Batman Begins, was met with mixed reviews. – Credits to Cinema Blend


On top of DC’s current internal scramble to produce films like last year’s Aquaman that can hope to compete with the moneymaking juggernaut that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the company would also be wise to give Reeves a chance to reprise his leading Constantine role because the actor has made a massive resurgence in recent years. His most obvious accomplishment of the decade is his star performance in the crowd-drawing John Wick franchise, including the recent premiere of the excellent John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, but he’s been up to far more since the end of the Matrix series. Just this year, production is scheduled to begin on an all-new Bill and Ted movie, slotted for a 2020 release window. – Credits to Screen Rant


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