The HBO Max series Constantine, produced by JJ Abrams, is getting ready to appear before the audience.
According to the news by Variety, HBO Max making Constantine Studies for the series have begun. Guy Bolton with John Constantine Continuing actor quest for the lead role in the role it makes. Executive producer of the series to be linked to the Justice League Dark series set in the DC Extended Universe. Bad Robot in the name of J.J. Abrams will undertake. It is stated that the series will follow a younger version of the character and focus more on the horror elements of the comics than religious ones. However, the HBO Max front declined to comment.
It has not yet been officially confirmed which DC characters will be included in the Justice League Dark series. However, Constantine was part of the comic book series such as Swamp Thing, Madame Xanadu, Deadman, and Doctor Mist, among others. Most likely, the main characters of the show will get their own independent series before joining forces in the Justice League Dark franchise. A similar situation happened in the Netflix series The Defenders developed by Marvel. The Defenders brought together Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist after its release.
Work begins for the HBO Max series Constantine
John Constantine has been portrayed both in cinema and on television in the past. The character’s first live action film was released in 2005 by Keanu Reeves Constantine came to life in the movie. Matt Ryan later portrayed the character in the NBC drama Constantine before starring in The CW drama Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. If the series meets expectations, it will be the last of the DC projects to connect to the DC Extended Universe and come to HBO Max.
In addition, James Gunn’s upcoming Suicide Squad spin-off series Peacemaker will be released. HBO Max has ordered 8 episodes for the new series. Written by Peacemaker, James Gunn has directed several episodes, including the pilot episode. John Cena will accompany Gunn as an executive producer as well as starring. Gunn will be executive producer of The Safran Company at the same time as Peter Safran, producer of Suicide Squad through Troll Court Entertainment. Warner Bros. He will support as a studio at Television.