BOARDWALK EMPIRE's Jack Huston Eyed For Lead Role In THE CROW Reboot

He's already landed the leading role in Ben-Hur, but now Boardwalk Empire alum Jack Huston (who was once considered for the role of Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy) is being eyed to take on the character made famous by Brandon Lee in The Crow. Read on for details...

According to Deadline, Relativity Studios are now eyeing Jack Hustin to take on the title role in their remake of The Crow with director Corin Hardy. The Hobbit's Luke Evans was at one point attached but recently dropped out. Talks are said to still be in the early stages, but this would be another big job for the British actor since finishing his critically acclaimed stint in Boardwalk Empire. He's already landed the leading role in Ben-Hur and will also be seen in Pride And Prejudice And Zombies. The original adaptation of of the James O'Barr's graphic novel The Crow was released in 1994, and starred Brandon Lee who was tragically killed during filming. Do you think that Hustin is the right man for the job? Be sure to sound off with your thoughts on this news in the usual place.

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