The Crow Reboot Takes Flight Again

January 30, 2020

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After two years of silence, it appears that The Crow reboot has once again entered active development according to Bloody Disgusting.

Last time around Sony Pictures had announced the release date for their reboot of the 1994 classic with Corin Hardy directing and Jason Momoa starring as the iconic character Eric Draven. Just as the movie entered pre-production it was revealed that both Hardy and Momoa had exited the project and Sony removed it from the calendar. This time no director or stars have been revealed. According to the site Samuel Hadida’s Davis Films, Highland Film Group, and Electric Shadow are still involved.

Several people have attempted to reboot/remake The Crow in the past but the films never seem to get off the ground. Some fans think it’s is cursed. Maybe it is. Actor Brandon Lee who originally starred as Eric Draven was tragically killed on set in a freak accident with a prop gun during the filming of a scene.

The original film was adapted from the comic by James O’Barr and was followed by three sequels and a series.

We’ll keep you updated as the film progresses, the director announced and the cast revealed. In the meantime, let us know if you’re excited or unhappy about the reboot.

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