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Variety: ‘Konstantin’ TV reboot canceled for HBO Max

Variety confirms Deadline’s report that Warner Bros. set to work on the sequel to “Constantine” in 2005 with Keanu Reeves in the title role.

According to the publication, the star of the original film will return to shoot in the sequel, and Francis Lawrence, who worked on the first part, will again direct. The script will be written by Akiva Goldsman.

Variety sources add that along with the launch of the second part of “Konstantin”, the upcoming television reboot for HBO Max was canceled.

It is noted that four scripts were written for the new film adaptation, and the streaming service was already looking for an actor for the main role, but the project was wrapped up. The events of the series were supposed to unfold in London today. Constantine was rumored to have been played by a Briton of Nigerian descent Sope Dirisknown for “Gangs of London”.

According to Variety, Warner Bros. put aside another project in the Justice League Dark universe for HBO Max about Madame X, however, it is not excluded that both series could be resurrected elsewhere. Sources say Warner Bros. Television and Bad Robot continue to hold these projects in high regard and hope to find a new home for them.

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