If there's one movie that's become synonymous with the phrase ‘production hell’ it's the reboot of The Crow. After a flock of directors, multiple scripts and many scrapped filming dates in now looks like the movie may actually happen.
The Crow is based off of the popular cult graphic novel by James O’Barr and is known for being quite a dark story. The last film in 1994 saw the tragic death of lead actor Brandon Lee in a freak accident with a blank bullet, killing the actor just over a week before production would have wrapped.
Corbin Hardy is on board, for now at least, to direct The Crow and Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa is in the leading role for when the cameras begin rolling in January 2017.
Momoa will play Eric Draven, a musician who is murdered along with his fiancée but then brought back to life in order to seek out vengeance for whoever killed his fiancée. It's a dark story but we have no idea what kind of vision Hardy has for the film so it will be very interesting to see what direction is taken and compare it to the 1994 film by Alex Proyas.