Thanks to a script leak (via Shock Till You Drop) for the upcoming pilot for NBC's take on fan-favourite DC Comics character John Constantine, we now know a little about what to expect from the second attempt to bring Constantine to the screen. Since appearing with an unfamiliar Californian surfer drawl, and dark hair in the hugely disappointing movie adaptation that cast Keanu Reeves as the traditionally golden haired demon slayer from Liverpool (who was designed to look like Sting, rather than Theodore Logan grown up) the character has been spoken of in the same hushed tones as The Punisher, Preacher and to a lesser degree Spawn. Surely someone, somewhere would realise the potential of bringing the character to life on screen, even with the sins of the first attempt? And realise they did, as David Goyer and Daniel Cerone have penned the pilot to be directed by Game Of Thrones' Neil Marshall, and starring Matt Ryan as the eponymous supernatural investigator, with support from Lucy Griffiths, Harold Perrineau and Charles Hafford. The major concerns for the show stem largely from the Reeves version, but there's also a faint whiff of skepticism that NBC will merely add Sleepy Hollow and Supernatural together with some echoes of Buffy and Angel and there'll be very little of the source in there other than the name and the blonde hair, which would lead to similar frustrations that the movie inspired in fans of the comics. But then NBC aren't only making Constantine for those fans, and it's very obvious from the script leak (according to STYD) that the show is looking to capitalise on Sleepy Hollow's success, with a "playful edge."