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‘The Crow Reborn’ Finds A New Nest At Sony Pictures After being buried under the weight of Relativity Media’ bankruptcy proceedings and a number of creative incarnations, The Crow Reborn has risen like a phoenix from the ashes and found a new home at Sony Pictures. While this iteration will take some nods from the original 1994 movie that starred Brandon Lee and directed by Alex Proyas, The Crow Reborn will reboot the franchise and stay faithful to O’Barr’s graphic novel. Original producer Edward R. Pressman will now produce with Samuel Hadida’s Davis Films and Kevin Misher‘s Misher Films.

‘The Crow Reborn’ Finds A New Nest At Sony Pictures After being buried under the weight of Relativity Media’ bankruptcy proceedings and a number of creative incarnations, The Crow Reborn has risen like a phoenix from the ashes and found a new home at Sony Pictures. While this iteration will take some nods from the original 1994 movie that starred Brandon Lee and directed by Alex Proyas, The Crow Reborn will reboot the franchise and stay faithful to O’Barr’s graphic novel. Original producer Edward R. Pressman will now produce with Samuel Hadida’s Davis Films and Kevin Misher‘s Misher Films.

The Crow Reborn: The latest development in the long-gestating plan to remake The Crow is that three companies have teamed to acquire the rights to finance, produce and distribute the movie. Plans are to begin production on The Crow Reborn, a more faithful version of James O'Barr's original graphic novel, next year. It's not known if previously attached star Jason Momoa and/or director Corin Hardy will remain with the project. [THR]   Holmes & Watson: Rob...Read MoreRead Comments

News Briefs: 'The Crow' Remake Moves Forward The Crow Reborn: The latest development in the long-gestating plan to remake The Crow is that three companies have teamed to acquire the rights to finance, produce and distribute the movie. Plans are to begin production on The Crow Reborn, a more faithful version of James O'Barr's original graphic novel, next year. It's not known if previously attached star Jason Momoa and/or director Corin Hardy will remain with the project. [THR]   Holmes & Watson: Rob...Read MoreRead Comments

‘The Crow’ Reboot Will Shoot in January 2017 Relativity’s The Crow reboot has had so many stops and starts over the years, it’s gotten hard to keep track. It’s gone through several potential directors and as many potential stars, it’s weathered legal troubles and financial woes, and all along it’s suffered the deep skepticism of fans. So I totally understand if you don’t quite believe this next sentence.

Jason Momoa in talks to star in 'The Crow' remake In our golden age of spandex and superpowers, one superhero role has not proved enough for some actors. Ben Affleck, Ryan Reynolds, and Brandon Routh have each tackled two different heroes on-screen at this point, and now Jason Momoa looks ready to join their ranks. EW has confirmed that the once...

The Crow Remake Resurrected Again; Production Set For March The Crow remake is back on again. The Wrap reports director Corin Hardy has signed a holding deal with producer Relativity. Production is slated to being in March. Both it and the 1995 original are based on the comic book series by James O’Barr about an man returning from the dead to avenge himself and his fiancee on the men who ended their lives. The original film starred Brandon Lee as Eric Draven. Sadly, Lee was tragically killed on set when a gun misfired its blank shell. The film was successful and spawned a number of sequels and a television show.

Production Stalls On THE CROW Reboot After Studio Goes Bankrupt The Crow reboot has hit another snag. THR is reporting that pre-production has completely stalled, with an entire production crew said to have left the project. The blame, this time, lies with the studio, Relativity Media, which filed for bankruptcy on Thursday. This is only the latest in a long line of disasters for the reboot, leaving it perennially stuck in development hell for years. The project has so far endured a string of high profiling casting exists and a revolving door of directors.

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