One of the most delightful surprises to emerge in the wake of the DCU's Chapter 1 — Gods & Monsters release was the news that the sequel to Keanu Reeves' Constantine is still in active development.
There were worries that Reeves would be the latest of the older statesmen to be unceremoniously shown the door after 18 years.
After a doctored tweet that wasn't posted by Gunn became the focal point for a new investigation, J.J. Abrams' episodic reboot was canceled a long time ago, but one of the longest-running arguments over the occult detective's name is also one of the most simple.
Given that Reeves' sequel is still on the way, the director of Guardians of the Galaxy did not make that statement yesterday. Of course, it would be stating the obvious to state that John Wick's ass-kicker is not a blonde-haired British guy, and Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula demonstrated over 30 years ago why he shouldn't even attempt the accent.
It's evident that making up the co-CEO's name hasn't done anything to alleviate the pronunciation issue that has been bubbling for decades.