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‘The Crow’ Reboot To Begin Filming In January 2017



'The Crow' Reboot To Begin Filming In January 2017

If you like the idea or you don’t, the 1994 cult classic The Crow will be receiving a reboot when it begins shooting next year. The film has been on and off for many years, but this time it looks like it’s actually moving forward and heading into production.

The Wrap has confirmed that Relativity’s new take on The Crow will begin rolling cameras this coming January. Apparently, the film is not being described as a straight up remake, the project is more of a new adaptation of James O’Barr’s comic book. Previously, we also reported that Jason Momoa could be our new Eric Draven.

“Like the original, the story follows Eric Draven, a murder victim who returns from the dead, seeking vengeance on those who murdered him and his fiancée with the help of a mystical bird.”

Just recently, original The Crow director Alex Proyas condemned the reboot on Facebook:

“There was only one Brandon Lee,” Proyas wrote on his Facebook page. “Every time they try to remake The Crow I am saddened they have so little respect for Brandon and his legacy. Can’t they for once leave something alone? We finished the movie to honour his memory. Because his family wanted it to be finished. It is and will always and forever be his movie. Not my movie, not anyone’s… Brandon’s. That is as it should be.”



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