JJ Abrams’ Constantine and Madame Xanadu dies on HBO Max

DC’s multiverse of movies and TV shows has been in a unique state of flux in recent years, with a wide variety of projects in development amid various behind-the-scenes changes. Fans were curious as to what DC projects would thrive under Warner Bros.’ new system. Discovery – And now, we just got one of the most surprising updates to date, in the form of a sequel to 2005 led by Keanu Reeves. Constantine Movie. News of the sequel, which will see the return of Reeves and director Francis Lawrence, has already led fans to wonder what that means for the previously reported Constantine HBO Max series, and now, it looks like we’ve got our answer. in diverseReport on a sequel led by Reevesthe port reveals that Constantine series, as well as Madame X HBO Max series, they died on HBO Max.

The report reveals that Warner Bros. TV. and JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot are still working on both projects, and they expect to find a new home for them elsewhere. HBO Max is said to have been in early talks with an actor to portray John Constantine before the new film was put in the works, and four scripts have been written. The Madame X The series is produced and shown by Angela Robinson. Both shows are set to be part of a Dark Justice League A common world of shows, fans believe also includes Emerald Fennell-penned Zatana Movie.

“There’s a lot of things about her that I felt could be really interesting,” Fennell said. Empire Magazine In an interview earlier this year. “And it would be an opportunity to make something really dark. And that appealed to me, to make something big and scary. I love these things.”

These are only the latest projects developed under a package deal between Abrams and Warner Bros. So as not to come off, after the original science fiction series. Dimond. There is also a file Batman: Caped Crusader Animated series developed by Abrams along with Bruce Tim and Batman Director Matt Reeves, who is said to be shopping on other channels like Netflix, Amazon and Apple after turning down HBO Max last month.

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