Thanks to Ashley, I’ve uploaded 1 digital scan of Matt’s in next week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly. You can check it out by clicking on the preview below:
Get ready to fall in love with Matt Ryan.
Ryan stars as John Constantine on NBC’s new fall show, Constantine, and he’s pretty much the absolute perfect choice to play the sarcastic, dangerous and doomed master of the dark arts.
When NBC announced that it was getting into the comic book show game like every other network, fans of DC Comics popular series Hellblazer were psyched to find out that the peacock, partnered with Warner Bros. TV, was moving forward withConstantine, a show based on the comic book character at the center of the franchise. But we all knew that casting the complex and enigmatic lead role of Constantine would make or break the entire show. (Don’t even get us started onKeanu Reeves‘ version of Constantine. Just don’t.)
So thank goodness NBC found Welsh actor Ryan. In the pilot alone, he managed to infuse the fan-favorite character with the right balance of confidence and bravado mixed with self-loathing and grief that make up who the complicated character is.
You see, Constantine has had a rough time when the pilot picks up. Like so many times in the comics, he failed to save someone close to him, and the knowledge that their soul is currently doomed to hell for eternity because of a mistake he made is eating him up inside. But he hides his inner turmoil, covering it up with snarky comments and sarcastic jokes in his signature deadpan humor any chance he gets. He’s tired of his job as a supernatural detective and protector, and yet he knows he has to do it for the greater good. He’s trapped in this life, doomed in his own way.
With any other actor, Constantine would have ended up feeling like yet another reluctant hero, or just a chance for some good-looking actor to brood in a campy supernatural adventure. But Ryan pours so much emotion—pain, hope, regret, grief, desperation—into the titular character that you feel what he feels. You’re hooked from the moment you look into his world-weary eyes. [More at source]
You can check out Matt’s part at 03:50
Thanks to Carol, I’ve uploaded 4 scans of Constantine in TV Guide’s fall preview issue. You can check out the amazing spread they have of Matt by clicking on the preview below:
I’ve uploaded 4 HQ pictures of Matt during his performance of Pedro, the Great Pretender back in 2004. You can check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:
Warner Bros. Television makes another exciting return to New York Comic Con (NYCC) with three new eagerly anticipated series, including Gotham (Mondays, 8/7c on FOX),Forever (Tuesdays, 10/9c on ABC), and Constantine (Fridays 10/9c, on NBC), in addition to returning hits The Following (Midseason on FOX) and Person of Interest (Tuesdays, 10/9c on CBS).
Confirmed to attend New York Comic Con 2014 for panel sessions with fans include Constantine stars Matt Ryan and Angélica Celaya, along with executive producer David S. Goyer; Gotham stars Ben McKenzie, Sean Pertwee, Robin Lord Taylor and Erin Richards; Forever stars Ioan Gruffudd and Alana De La Garza, along with executive producer Matt Miller; The Following’s Kevin Bacon, Shawn Ashmore and executive producer Marcos Siega; Person of Interest’s Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson, Amy Acker and Kevin Chapman, along with executive producer Greg Plageman.
For the second year at NYCC, Warner Bros. Television will host preview night screenings in the Main Stage on Thursday, October 9. Fans will not only view the complete pilot episode of the hotly anticipated series Constantine (series premiere Friday, October 24, 10/9c on NBC), but also the season two premiere episode ofThe 100 (season two premiere Wednesday, October 22 9/8c on The CW) will be screened. [Source]
Thanks to my friend Jen, I’ve uploaded the scan of the page that included a mini review of Constantine. You can check them out by clicking on the preview below:
I’ve uploaded 4 Stills (3 HQ) of Matt’s performance of Tamar’s Revenge during his years with The Royal Shakespeare Company. You can check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:
Thanks to my friend Kieran from the-flash.org, I uploaded the digital scan from October’s issue of Total Film Magazine that you can check out by clicking on the preview below:
I’ve uploaded 2 HQ scans from SciFi Now’s latest issue that contained a 2 pages spread on Constantine. You can check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below: