Usually, movies and TV shows paint the Devil with rather broad strokes. He might be charming, but make no mistake: He’s invariably there to cause pain, snatch souls, impregnate housewives, challenge violinists and guitarists to musical duels, etc. But every once in awhile... Satan can be a pretty awesome guy.
Summon the nastiest demon you can find and give them a high five, because John Constantine will board the Waverider permanently for Legends of Tomorrow’s fourth season. Here’s the catch though: Legends has to be renewed for a fourth season first.
Titans casts another member of the Doom Patrol. The Flash could be looking to cast a few deep comics cuts. Jonathan Nolan teases a weird new host coming to Westworld. Plus, our first look at the season finales of The X-Files and Channel Zero, and Dove Cameron makes her Agents of SHIELD debut. Behold, spoilers!
Jude Law talks getting into character for the Fantastic Beasts sequel. The Flash could be casting a classic Green Arrow villain. Could the Star Wars Rebels crew face a big casualty when the show returns? Plus, Gillian Anderson thoroughly reconfirms her X-Files and American Gods exits, and Morgan heads to Fear the…
John Constantine is making his triumphant return to the CW’s Arrowverse in Legends of Tomorrow’s third season. He’ll be part of a massive, two-episode crossover that’ll see the chain smoking demon hunter team up with the show’s group of time-traveling misfits.
Constantine is coming back the CW, a bit more two-dimensional than the last time we saw him on Arrow, through a new animated series. And if you were dying for more of Matt Ryan in action as the sarcastic spell-slinging demon hunter, then this preview should be more than enough to whet your appetite.
Ridley Scott teases the focus of his next Alien movie. John Constantine is returning to live-action again. Gillian Anderson’s X-Files future is up in the air. Riverdale has found its long-lost Cooper brother. Plus, more footage from Professor Marston and the Wonder Women. Spoilers, away!
Justice League Dark tries to cram far too much into its relatively short 70-odd minute runtime—and because of it, not everything it does quite sticks the landing. What does, though, is remind us that Matt Ryan’s excellent John Constantine has been a dearly missed character in our lives since his TV show got canceled.
The CW has announced that it’s picked up NBC’s canceled superhero series Constantine for an animated revival on its digital network, with Matt Ryan set to return as the title character.
Director Nikhil Bhagat has released a short film about a man who hunts and kills fallen angels, penned by Doctor Strange writer C. Robert Cargill. And damn, I think it’s high time for a Constantine reboot from these guys.
Few people love playing a role as much as Matt Ryan loves playing Constantine. He played him on the short-lived NBC show Constantine, he showed up as him again in Arrow, and now he’s voicing the character in DC’s animated movie Justice League Dark.
Gotham’s David Mazouz wants a young Clark Kent on the show. Felicity Jones talks Jyn Erso in Rogue One. Agents of SHIELD will make some changes to Robbie Reyes’ origin story. Plus, Constantine’s future in the CW/DC universe, and rumors abound for the Han Solo spinoff’s female lead. To me, my Spoilers!
We’re living in a goddamn Golden Age of television. But there’s also way too much TV to keep track of, and a few shows get the lion’s share of attention. So here’s our list of 16 recent TV shows that haven’t gotten their props. Time to start binge-watching!
Star Wars Episode VIII might be getting rewrites to shine a spotlight on certain characters. Supergirl casts its young Superman. Robert Kirkman teases The Walking Dead’s next big badass. Plus, a huge new sizzle reel for Arrow, and Gillian Anderson on the practicality of pocket-sized flashlights. Spoilers!
Executives for CBS’s Supergirl have said that they’ll never cross the DC heroine over with CW’s The Flash or Arrow, but according to Bleeding Cool, they might be changing their minds.
John Constantine lives! He just doesn’t have his own TV series any more. But there’s some good news as Arrow has just announced that actor Matt Ryan will reprise his role as DC’s most dickish wizard for an upcoming episode of the show’s fourth season.
Here we go: It sounds like the Constantine could live on post-cancellation on the CW. Arrow’s working hard to make it happen, cementing themselves as the premiere home of live-action comic book characters on TV.
This week saw the launch of Constantine: Hellblazer, a new DC ongoing series for everyone’s favorite British Occult Detective. And while its first issue is enjoyable in and of itself, it has one notable little element to it: The comic is portraying John Constantine’s bisexuality more openly than ever before.
Great cons belong to that special category — along with heists — of things that are very fun in fiction but not something you want happening to you. And con artists in fiction are usually charming, smart, and have an abhorrence of violence. Here are the 10 greatest con artists in science fiction and fantasy