Production Stalls On THE CROW Reboot After Studio Goes Bankrupt

Production Stalls On THE CROW Reboot After Studio Goes Bankrupt

Production Stalls On THE CROW Reboot After Studio Goes Bankrupt

Is this movie ever going to get made? Not for a while, it seems. Despite enjoying a relatively productive few months, The Crow reboot recently lost its lead actor and has now hit an even bigger snag - one that may set it back for the foreseeable future. Hit the jump to find out the details!


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. Its star, Jack Huston, only bowed out of the movie a few weeks ago - following on from Luke Evans' departure in January. Both actors were in line to play the lead role of 'Eric Draven' - a role made famous by Brandon Lee's iconic performance in the 1994 cult classic.

The project finally looked like it was picking up steam earlier this year, with Jessica Brown Findlay, 
Andrea Riseborough and Forest Whitaker all in talks to co-star, but this latest hitch sounds like it could set it back for the near future. Are you disappointed by this news, or do you think it could be for the best? Sound off with your thoughts below!
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