-What was your favorite line/moment?
Honestly, the after credits scene. I had seen the movie before like 3 times and never knew about the after credits scene. It wasn’t until it came to DC Universe last year, I let the credits roll while I was reading a comic or something and it just popped up! It gave me some good closure for Shia’s character, while also making me question a few things.
-Who was your favorite character?
I mean, I always love Rachel Weisz. There’s something about her as an actor that always draws me in, but this is Constantine’s movie through and through. He was definitely my favorite.
-What did you think of this version of Constantine?
I really liked him. I’ve experienced plenty adaptations of DC characters not being as they are in the comics that I’ve come to accept it. I felt this depiction still captured the spirit of Constantine (especially in an Elseworlds type of way). I also didn’t feel like it was disrespectful to the comic version like some DC adaptations have been.
-Most importantly: Do you think Constantine needs to be british or have the accent?
If you’re trying to introduce him to a mainstream audience, I would say yes. I would say yes just because you should respect what his creator did and why he did it. If it was a later adaptation, no. A lot of his personality comes from being British, but the essence of the character can be shown without his being British or having an accent.