Constantine 2: Release date, cast, plot and everything we know

Constantine 2: Release date, cast, plot and everything we know

Keanu Reeves made his debut as John Constantine in 2005, a film that was financially successful but received mixed reviews due to changes made to the character. However, over the past fifteen years, Keanu’s popularity has soared, with acclaimed roles in John Wick, The Matrix Resurrections, Bill & Ted Face The Music, and Toy Story 4, making him one of the most beloved actors today. Constantine has also gained a cult following, leading to talks of a sequel – here’s what we know about Keanu Reeves’ Constantine 2 so far.

Constantine 2: Release date

Constantine 2: Release date
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Constantine 2 has not received an official release date yet, but it is expected to come out in 2024 or

2025. The sequel was announced by Deadline in September, with Francis Lawrence returning as the

director and Avika Goldsman writing the screenplay. Goldsman mentioned that he plans to start writing

the screenplay after the WGA Strike concludes. The film will be produced by Weed Road Pictures and JJ

Abrams’ Bad Robot, with Keanu Reeves reprising his role as John Constantine.

The Cast And Crew

Constantine 2 cast: Who’s in it?
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Keanu Reeves is set to return as John Constantine in Constantine 2. While other cast members haven’t

been confirmed yet, Reeves expressed his desire to play the character again in a 2019 interview.

Director Francis Lawrence credits Reeves’ enthusiasm as a crucial factor in getting Warner Bros. to

greenlight the sequel. Talks about the sequel have been ongoing since the first film, but various factors

with DC and Warner Bros. made it challenging to proceed. However, the team is now excited to bring

Constantine back to the big screen.

Constantine 2 plot

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As of now, no official plot details have been released for Constantine 2. However, director Francis

Lawrence and Keanu Reeves have expressed their dedication to the project and have been brainstorming

ideas for the sequel. Lawrence aims to inject more humor into the film while also pushing for an R-rating

to fully embrace the darker and more intense aspects of John Constantine’s character.

In the past, JJ Abrams was working on a Constantine series for HBO Max, but it has been shelved. Some

fans speculate that the DCEU may be setting up Justice League Dark, and Keanu Reeves’ Constantine

could be part of this larger franchise plan under the guidance of James Gunn and Peter Safran.

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