Here is a restoration of a DC character worth getting excited over. Warner Bros will develop one more installment of the 2005 supernatural thriller Constantine, and the studio is re-joining star Keanu Reeves and director Francis Lawrence, who made his helming debut on the original. Akiva Goldsman will compose the screenplay and produce the project through his Weed Road Pictures, close by Bad Robot's J.J. Abrams and Hannah Minghella. At the point when it opened 17 years ago the Reeves-featuring pic in light of the complicated DC character earned more than $200 million in 2005 box office dollars around the world. It opened a world of potential, and fans have for some time been hot on a sequel. Reeves will repeat as extraordinary exorcist and demonologist John Constantine, who in the original is dying yet remains around to save his spirit by keeping evil presences from hell from breaking earth. He likewise gets between a fight between the archangel Gabriel and Lucifer. This deal was shepherded by Warner Bros Pictures Gathering co-chairs Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy. Lorenzo DiBonaventura and Erwin Stoff will executive produce the project. Reeves is repped by WME, Sugar23 and Ziffren Brittenham; Lawrence is with CAA, 3 Arts and Hansen Jacobsen.