Aquaman’s James Wan has been busy for his upcoming Warner Bros. title. The director has been working closely with Geoff Johns and scriptwriter Will Beall as the DCEU film is still in the early stages of production.
Lately, it looks like James Wan has been taking time to research. However, it doesn’t seem to be for the Aquaman movie.
The director posted a tweet earlier that has been gaining traction among DC fans. Wan seemed to have watched Constantine recently and decided to tweet that it is “still such a good movie, over a decade later.”
The Aquaman director added that the movie had a “Well crafted script and filmmaking.” And before concluding, he appreciated the lead actor by saying it was one of his “fav Keanu films.” Check out the tweet below.
John Constantine is a well-known fictional character in the DC Universe. Since the TV series with Matt Ryan, the character has gained fans.
Since Warner Bros. confirmed Justice League Dark as a live project in their DCEU line-up, fans have been expecting to hear casting news on John Constantine, considering the character is a member of the supernatural dark league.
While fans have been speculating Matt Ryan to reprise his role for the cinematic universe, there has been no confirmation yet. However, Ryan is voicing the character for the Justice League Dark animated movie.
Fans are speculating on Twitter that James Wan’s recent tweet on Constantine could possibly be hinting a sequel involving Keanu Reeves. However, it has not yet been confirmed.
The 2005 movie Constantine was appreciated by both fans and critics. Due to the movie’s success, it’s likely that Keanu Reeves could be approached for a sequel. He could even reprise the character for Justice League Dark.
Constantine is still such a good movie, over a decade later. Well crafted script and filmmaking. Still one of my fav Keanu films.
— James Wan (@creepypuppet) September 26, 2016
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