Matt Ryan reflects on his final descent as John Constantine in the House of Mystery, and what will bring him back

Animation released by Warner Bros. Recently DC Gallery – Constantine: House of Mysteryan anthology that featured some eccentric DC heroes, and included a Constantine In short it served as a code for Dark Justice League: Apokolips War. In this movie, John Constantine helps Barry Allen reverse the bad luck of the DC Universe by essentially doing… flash pointA reboot in style, paving the way for a new generation of DC animated films. Looks like the universe wasn’t too keen on messing with it again mystery houseConstantine finds himself exiled to a hell of his own making.

Warner Bros. participated. Animation Some short videos exclusively with, giving Ryan a chance to reflect on the era of DC animation that Constantine helped shape. Of course, with the exception of a major change coming, Ryan’s days will likely come to an end like such a bad deed John Constantine, since the character left The legends of tomorrow in the capital A year or so ago.

Describing it as “real fun” to play the character, Ryan said in the first clip (shown above), “What I like to play about John Constantine is the fact that he’s a really dark soul, but the way he handles his humor and wit, he can Going from being really serious to being really choppy like that, and it’s really fun to play, and as an actor, he’s a true 3D character.”

During a recent Instagram story, legends of tomorrow Star Olivia Swann, who played the Astra Logue, said she was impressed by Ryan’s ability to keep falling when it came to Constantine’s spells. Often using items from different languages, spells can be daunting – but by the time he spent his time in Constantine’s coat, Ryan said he was very pleased with the way the process went.

“I enjoyed the spelling dialogue,” Ryan said. “To be honest with you, it was easy. I’ve gotten used to it over the years in a way. I’ve played the character for four years now in different mediums, so those muscles are used a lot.”

As he said before, Ryan will love Crack as the “real” John Constantine as portrayed by its creators in the comics. The version of John played by Ryan in the animation is much closer to that, but both last for years Constantine And the legends of tomorrowhe’s played a version of John that fits in with the DC TV universe, more so than the character’s horror roots.

So yes. So far, mystery house It’s his last outing. But if he had the chance to beat the character, he’d be there in a flash.

Ryan said, “I feel really fortunate, to be able to play John Constantine across all these different mediums, and for such a long time. It’s been years since I first started playing this character, and I’m still here, and I think that’s partly because the fans have accepted me. .character is such an iconic role and the first thing you want to do is try to be true to those original comics you fell in love with.That can be difficult sometimes in the various different media you’re working on, be it on network TV, Or whatever you’re working on. I feel like I’ve come to really love John and he’s a part of me in some way. There’s a darker, sadder side to the character that I’d love to have the opportunity to embody in whatever medium it could be. I feel like we’re in some different, different medium that he’s worked on. Iv’e mostly TV stuff, we do a somewhat watered-down version of it for TV. There’s a part of me that longs to do R-rated stuff, and it really shows that I can really do that part of the character, too – the dirty, bad kind of con artist “.

in DC Gallery – Constantine: House of Mysterythe mysterious detective John Constantine is trapped in a mystery house, a secret realm from which no one can escape.

You can now get the movie on DVD, Blu-ray, or digital. It’s not streaming for free yet, but should be heading to HBO Max soon.