JJ Abrams" Constantine Remake Show Is Dead Despite Lead Actor Talks

  • Warner Bros. Discovery has reportedly scrapped J.J. Abrams' Constantine TV show, adding to the list of failed DC projects.
  • The reboot, set to be part of Abrams' Justice League Dark franchise, had four scripts penned and a potential lead actor in talks.
  • Constantine was planned to be based in modern-day London, showcasing a new version of the character's story.
J.J. Abrams' Constantine TV show is reportedly dead, making it another DC project to get scrapped by Warner Bros. Discovery. Since 2022, several DC projects have been canceled by Warner Bros. Discovery in light of the upcoming DC Universe movies and TV shows from James Gunn and Peter Safran. The goal is to have a more interconnected franchise based on the DC Comics characters, which is why there have been updates over the last few months about other projects getting shelved.
It turns out the Constantine TV series by Abrams is now the latest DC TV or movie cancellation for the studio. According to Variety, the Constantine reboot show from Abrams, which was set to be part of his major Justice League Dark franchise, is dead. The remake had four scripts written while a lead actor "was already in talks to take on the lead role," with the setting for Constantine being in contemporary London. It is unclear if the Madame X show, set to focus on Madame Xanadu in the same universe as Constantine, has also been properly scrapped after it and the reboot was being shopped to other outlets.


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