We continue our reports from the set of Warner Bros.’ Constantine, directed by Francis Lawrence and starring Keanu Reeves, with a look at two pictures of the set described in our first interview with Keanu Reeves.
Superhero Hype! correspondent Brian Carroll wrote, “We then walked a block to Angeles Abbey Memorial Park, built in 1928. The architecture was modeled after Moorish middle eastern architecture with domed roofs and columns. Inside one of three buildings sitting around a courtyard was the set for Midnite’s reliquary, a long hallway with plenty of intricate stonework on the walls. The hall was filled with religious icons and other objects, including a huge wooden cross, religious statuary, a dusty jukebox, a vintage machine gun, brains in jars, vases and more.”
You can view the pictures in full by clicking the thumbnails below, and stay tuned for more interviews!
Source: Warner Bros. Pictures