Posts Tagged ‘John Constantine’

Daniel Cerone Shares Script for Unfilmed Episode 14 of Constantine “Final Girl”

by Andy Haighon 01/11/2015
With John Constantine set to reappear on TV screens in a matter of days via The CW’s Arrow, Daniel Cerone, one of Constantine’s developers and writers, took to Twitter saying he’d share what would’ve been the script for episode 14 for the short lived series if he got 2,000 retweets. 3,473 retweets later and fans […]

John Constantine returns to TV screens on The CW’s Arrow

by Andy Haighon 29/10/2015
Next week sees the return of cantankerous magus and “nasty piece of work” John Constantine to TV screens as the character makes an appearance in the fifth episode of season 4 of The CW’s hit show “Arrow” named “Haunted”. The episode features Matt Ryan returning to the character he played in the criminally shortlived NBC […]

The Tumultuous Times of John Constantine

by Andy Haighon 11/06/2015
It’s been a strange few years for occult magus and “nasty piece of work” John Constantine. The characters former home of some twenty years the critically acclaimed mature readers title Hellblazer ended with issue 300 for the launch of DC’s New 52  which prompted reactions from various artists and writers working within the comics industry. […]

John Constantine: Hellblazer – The Soul Play

by Andy Haighon 02/12/2014
John Constantine: Hellblazer – The Soul Play is a fan film made by UK based production crew Waking Dream Studios. The short is set in Vertigo Hellblazer continuity with the story taking place some time after the final story by writer Peter Milligan. The story has Constantine, played by David Chabeaux, joining a trio of […]

The case for Constantine: Why it should be allowed to grow

by Andy Haighon 25/11/2014
Season 1 of NBC’s Constantine is ending with episode 13, with the future of the series seemingly in the hands of the gods. There are plenty of series that have ended after their first season; Almost Human, Firefly, Threshold, Odyssey 5 and Brimstone being a few. With Constantine’s future uncertain here’s a look at why […]

Big changes and big potential as Lucy Griffiths leaves NBC’s Constantine

by Andy Haighon 12/07/2014
Despite the pilot not even airing yet NBC’s Constantine is already changing up its cast, Lucy Griffiths who plays Liv, is apparently being written out of the show. Griffith’s character was created for the show and it really showed in the way that her character was set up, the naïve and clueless daughter of one […]

Neil Marshal reveals NBC’s “no smoking please” approach to Constantine.

by Andy Haighon 01/07/2014
In a recent interview Neil Marshall, director of The Descent and several episodes of Game Of Thrones, amongst other things, revealed an important detail about the upcoming pilot for NBC’s Constantine – due to network policy John Constantine will be kicking his chain smoking. For people not familiar with the character or Hellblazer, the character’s […]

First trailer for NBC’s Constantine appears and it’s pretty damn good.

by Andy Haighon 12/05/2014
The first trailer for NBC’s upcoming “Constantine” has just appeared and contrary to what lots of people were probably thinking it actually looks good, really good. There’s been a lot of internet chatter about how the show would turn out and also exactly what it was going to be based on given that the Hellblazer […]

NBC unveils first official promo shot of Matt Ryan as John Constantine

by Andy Haighon 13/03/2014
NBC has released the first official promo shot of Matt Ryan as John Constantine and it has to be said, short of a missing Silk Cut, it looks like he’s walked staright out of the pages of Hellblazer. The network also released an official synopsis for the show,  “Constantine follows enigmatic and irreverent Liverpool con-man-turned-occult-detective […]

David S Goyer Talks About the Upcoming ‘Constantine’ Pilot

by Andy Haighon 11/03/2014
Video from I Am Rogue gives some insight into the upcoming pilot for NBC’s ‘Constantine’. David S. Goyer the pilots producer/writer says,  “He will have his signature trench coat and skinny tie. I would say that the show clings more closely to the source material then the film did. Even though the film was interesting,” […]