The opening title card is a little known Nostradamus prediction. Most people dismissed it because it didn’t come to pass (in 2017). Little did we know it was three years off.
Cooke (Bill Duke) dons a black bandanna as a face mask, putting him 35 years ahead of the curve protecting himself from the COVID-19.
Angela tells Constantine, “I’ve always known I could see.” This is a subtle nod that she is not blind.
Despite all the technological advances in 2032, San Angeleans walk around with shitty arses. This is because metal sea shells are notoriously bad for anal cleansing, even if you have three.
Cremation is compression for humans. It’s highly efficient but powerfully unprofitable in reverse.