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The first Constantine film was released in 2005, and it had an all-star ensemble lead by Keanu Reeves, who played the Hellblazer himself.

Constantine has established a devoted following in the years since its release, and because to Keanu Reeves’ success in John Wick, fans have been vociferous in their desire for a sequel. We know everything there is to know about Constantine 2.

Brief Information About Constantine 2

Name Constantine 2 
Directed By Francis Lawrence 
Genre Horror, Action, Fantasy, Drama
Constantine 2 Release Date Yet to be Confirmed

Constantine 1 Ending Explained

In the American city of Los Angeles, Isabelle, a psychiatric clinic patient, commits suicide. The girl is thrown from the building’s roof. Angela, the deceased’s twin sister, takes over the investigation into this strange death.

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During a hospital staff survey, it was discovered that the spirits and visions that had previously tormented Isabelle (and caused her to end up in the clinic) “activated” in the final days before her death. When she cannot find answers, the heroine decides to take drastic measures.

She seeks the assistance of John Constantine, a well-known exorcist and medium in certain circles. John is terminally ill with pulmonary sarcoma and will be monitored for some time. However, he initially refuses Angela, but then decides to go to hell and try to find Isabelle there.

What is the Expected Release Date of Constantine 2?

There is no confirmed release date for Constantine 2 as of yet. Because the project is still in its early phases, there won’t be any big updates for a while. Goldsman is still working on the script, while the larger story aspects are presumably still being worked out by Lawrence and the production crew.

Constantine 2, the sequel to the 2005 film Constantine, will not be released for some time.

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Cast of Constantine 2: Who May Appear in It?

Currently, just two names have been officially added to the Constantine 2 cast roster. The first is, of course, the title figure, played by the main guy himself, Keanu Reeves. Another name associated with the impending fantasy film is Peter Stormare, who will reprise his role as Lucifer.

Constantine 2 Release Date

We know from the original film’s ending that Shia LaBeouf, who played Chas, is now an angel and Tilda Swinton, who played Gabriel, is now a mortal. Both actors are technically still options for returning characters in Constantine 2, although neither has confirmed their appearances.

What May Happen in Constantine 2?

The plot of Constantine 2 is currently being kept under wraps. However, thanks to the finale of the first action picture from 2005, we may begin to piece together what the new film might look like.

Fans of the Hellblazer comics were treated to a drastically different John Constantine in the 2005 film. The London setting and the blonde-haired hero from the DC comics were gone.

Instead, Keanu Reeves played an American John on the gritty streets of Los Angeles, banishing demons with the help of his apprentice Chas to avoid going to hell.

So, in Constantine 2, John and Lucifer will most certainly clash once more as the king of hell attempts to seize Constantine’s soul once and for all.

We’ll also see how Gabriel is faring as a mortal, and whether the ex-angel has any plans for vengeance or redemption. We are also confident that Chas will appear in some capacity in his new form.

Is There Any Official Trailer of Constantine 2?

No, there isn’t a trailer for Constantine 2, but we’ll keep you updated as soon as one becomes available. In the meantime, you can watch the first film’s trailer below:

Frequently Asked Questions

Where Can I Find Constantine?

Constantine is currently available on HBO Max, Netflix, and Peacock.

Is Constantine a Marvel or a DC Character?

John Constantine is a fictional character that appears in DC Comics’ American comic books.

Who Will Be in Charge of Directing Constantine 2?

Francis Lawrence will helm the film, which will star Keanu Reeves as occult expert John Constantine. Lawrence says his biggest regret about the first season is that it was filmed for PG-13 but obtained a R rating.

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