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Raleigh Nightwolf
Posted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:31 pm Reply with quote
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Arc-Vile wrote:
This will be crap on every level!
Just leave the first one alone!!!!
FUCK!

Bradley Cooper...
serious ?!

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Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:59 am Reply with quote
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Raleigh Nightwolf wrote:
Arc-Vile wrote:
This will be crap on every level!
Just leave the first one alone!!!!
FUCK!

Bradley Cooper...
serious ?!

Catanus


I agree with you.


I do, as well.

I ahve no actual prob w/ Cooper, most of the time, but he is waaaaaaaaaaay out of place in this. Seriously, you guys suck dick. Catanus

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Posted: Sun Apr 24, 2011 8:00 am Reply with quote
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It shows just how retarded some of these decisions are!

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Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 8:31 pm Reply with quote
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There's still a lot of legal b.s. to sort out, but, so far, Relativity is winning the battle for The Crow.

The Weinstein Company sued Relativity in April over the Relativity's plans to reboot The Crow. The Weinsteins have had a part in the franchise since the 1994 film.

According to Deadline, Relativity has won its day in court.

Says the site, "The Court agreed with Relativity that TWC's lawsuit against Relativity was improper and violated the parties' arbitration agreement. TWC must now defend itself in the ongoing arbitration proceeding filed by Relativity."

Again, while the dispute isn't entirely over. It's looking somewhat likely that the reboot will happen eventually.

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Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 7:06 pm Reply with quote
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What happened to previous contender James McAvoy isn’t entirely clear, but the producers of the new Crow movie are currently in negotiations with Tom Hiddleston. If the deal comes off, he’d be the fourth actor to take up the mantle of the resurrected avenger, created as a comic book character by James O’Barr and previously played by Brandon Lee, Vincent Perez, Eric Mabius and Edward Furlong.

According to The Wrap, Hiddleston sent producers some pics of himself in panstick, but will have a full, ‘proper’ make-up test in the coming days. I doubt this could go wrong. Not if they can tame that hair.

I would like to think Hiddleston’s interest in the part means that the script is at least serviceable. He has so far, at least by and large, selected a higher calibre of role.

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Posted: Fri May 10, 2013 6:51 pm Reply with quote
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Out doing promotion for FAST AND FURIOUS 6 in London, actor Luke Evans spoke about two upcoming projects he was recently cast in including one that should interest us. The first is THE CROW reboot which it was revealed he would star in over the weekend. F. Javier Gutierrez helms the project which is scheduled to shoot early next year. Evans says:

"[The Crow] was a very poignant film from my childhood, which I remember vividly. The soundtrack, also. It was such a solid performance that Brandon Lee gave. It was a very tragic end for somebody that probably would have had a very promising career. I'm Eric Draven. I'm the same character. Obviously, he's been refreshed and brought up to date. We're reimagining it to a certain extent, but the story and the plot is mostly the same."

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Posted: Wed May 15, 2013 6:43 pm Reply with quote
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Seriously, weren't the sequels and TV series bad enough ?!
Leave the original ALONE!


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Posted: Sun Jul 14, 2013 2:11 pm Reply with quote
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James O'Barr, the creator of "The Crow" comic, is set to serve as a consultant on the upcoming cinematic reboot of the property for Relativity Media.

O'Barr and the film's director F. Javier Gutierrez are scheduled to appear at Comic-Con in San Diego in July to discuss the film and meet with fans.

Cliff Dorfman penned the new film which will star Luke Evans and begin filming in early 2014. O'Barr says that the new movie will not be a remake of the 1994 film so much as a new adaptation of the comic book itself.

He adds: "I believe that this movie will stand alongside Brandon [Lee] and his film as a valid work of art, and I look forward to collaborating on the project."

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Posted: Wed Dec 03, 2014 4:54 pm Reply with quote
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Deadline brings word this afternoon that director F. Javier Gutierrez has dropped out of Relativity Studios’ upcoming reboot of The Crow and that Corin Hardy has been tapped as his successor. Hardy’s first feature film, The Hallow, will be released next year, though he has directed a number of short films and music videos for artists such as Ed Sheeran and The Prodigy. Gutierrez signed on to direct the next entry in “The Ring” franchise, which conflicted with the shooting schedule of The Crow.

Luke Evans is currently attached to wear the iconic makeup in the film, which features a script by Cliff Dorfman. Series creator James O’Barr will also work as a creative consultant on the film. No release date is currently set though production is set to begin in spring of 2015.

The Crow was originally published as a four issue series in 1989 and was adapted into a film in 1994 by Alex Proyas with Brandon Lee in the title role. Countless other sequels to both the comic and film have been produced in the years following.

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Posted: Tue Jan 27, 2015 10:14 am Reply with quote
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Luke Evans Officially Departs The Crow Remake!

Last month, word first broke that actor Luke Evans may exit the upcoming remake of The Crow and now TheWrap is reporting that Evans has officially departed the project. Relativity Studios is currently on the hunt for another star for the film, which has already had one director drop out in the midst of production.

Music video helmer Corin Hardy (The Hallow) is still attached to direct The Crow, which features a script by Cliff Dorfman. Series creator James O’Barr will also work as a creative consultant on the film. No release date is currently set though production has previously been reported to begin later this year.

“The Crow” was originally published as a four issue series in 1989 and was adapted into a film in 1994 by Alex Proyas with Brandon Lee in the title role. Countless other sequels to both the comic and film have been produced in the years following.

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Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:22 am Reply with quote
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Sony Pictures has picked up distribution rights to THE CROW reboot which was previously in the works at Relativity for almost a decade. Various directors and actors have been attached over the years, most notably Jason Momoa, Luke Evans and Jack Huston were linked to the title role.

The project's fate was in limbo following the company filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company emerged from Chapter 11 in April, but previously attached helmer Corin Hardy is no longer involved. The reboot is said to be a more faithful adaptation of the comic and follows a murder victim who returns from the dead, seeking vengeance on those who murdered him and his fiancee with the help of a mystical bird.

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