According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. is apparently pleased with this weekend's box office take of their Hellblazer comic book adaptation, Constantine, starring Keanu Reeves and Rachel Weisz, and is in talks to prepare a sequel to the film...

"Considering that this was an unknown quantity, we're obviously really pleased with the results and look forward to the sequel," president of domestic distribution Dan Fellman said. "The exits were excellent, which leads us to conclude that the film will continue to do well," he noted. Co-produced with Village Roadshow, "Constantine" skewed slightly more male with 56% but was equally balanced in the age demographic with a 50-50 ratio of those older and younger than 25.
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Constantine took an estimated $34.6 million during this weekend's box office, ranking it as the nation's second highest grossing film.

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