Keanu Reeves has taken part in action movies throughout his career. From the comedy Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure to the John Wick franchise, he has portrayed a large number of adventurous roles till date. In his supernatural movie Constantine, Keanu Reeves played the hero, whose origins are rooted in DC Comics although it was not appreciated by many. Surprisingly, in a recent DC comic, The Sandman Universe Presents Hellblazer #1, he finds himself at the consummation of the world.
As per ScreenRant explains: “John is shown effectively at the end of the world, ravaged by a magical war, and given the chance to return to a version of his life (and world) still intact. John agrees, and as the magic is triggered, he’s instructed to be “the best version of you.”
After accepting it, he’s transported into a dimension where he came face to face with a host of his previous incarnations from several timelines. One of these famous forms is unmistakable of a youthful Keanu Reeves who, like other faces, sports an iconic toothpick projecting from his teeth.
The inclusion of his movie Constantine is the planning of comic writer Simon “Si” Spurrier and artist Marcio Takara and also essays the storyline of the 2005 film as DC canon. As per this comic, the movie merely shows one of Constantine’s alternate timelines and also seals a place for Keanu
Reeves’ version in canon
Moreover, there has been a good response on the Internet regarding a sequel of Constantine. In an interview with Variety, Keanu Reaves even said that he’d be open to playing the part in a potential follow-up again and also said Constantine was one of his top roles that he’d love to revisit.
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