The Crow Reboot Is Finally Moving Forward
Since 2017 we’ve been hearing about a potential ” The Crow” remake. Since then plans for the reboot have been a complete mess. Initially, director Stephen Norrington (Blade) tried to get the ball rolling. Then Javier Gutierrez (Before the Fall) was involved in bringing it back to life. He even had actor Luke Evans on board but the plans fell through. Then Corin Hardy ( The Nun) grabbed the helm and brought on Jason Momoa as the leading actor. That all fell apart because both of them threw the towel over financial issues.
But just when you thought The Crow reboot wouldn’t happen, it is. Bill Skarsgard the star of Stephen King’s It reboot is said set to play the part of Eric Draven in the movie which was originally played by the late Brandon Lee. The project is set to go into preproduction before its June start, they will be shooting it in Munich and Prague.
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Video Source – Mr H Reviews
The Crow Reboot
The Crow is the story of a man named Eric Draven who is betrayed and killed then comes back from the dead to avenge is murdered fiancée. He comes back with the help of a Crow who seems to be his spirit guide in his comeback of vengeance. The film was initially created in 1994 and was first a graphic novel published by Caliber Comics in 1989. The movie became a cult classed and initially starred legendary Bruce Lee’s son Brandon Lee whom was killed on the set due to a prop gun accident.
I don’t know about you all but I’m rather interested in this one. Bill did great as Pennywise and he seems to have a wide range of talent. So I think it will be interesting to seem him play this part. Would Jason Momoa have been better at the part? He seems to fit the look better but then again who knows. What do you all think about it?