Wait, Keanu Reeves’ Constantine Wasn’t Supposed To Be R-Rated?

by Jeremy Spirogis
Wait, Keanu Reeves’ Constantine Wasn’t Supposed To Be R-Rated?

Released on February 18, 2005, Constantine was met with combined vital reception and made near $231 million worldwide. A decade and a half later, the film has constructed a cult following, and whereas later comedian ebook flicks like Deadpool, Logan and Joker have confirmed that an R-rating didn’t have to be an impediment to creating a ton of cash on the field workplace, I can’t assist questioning how Constantine would have carried out commercially if it had scored a PG-13 ranking, thus increasing the viewers that would have seen it on the large display.

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