By Mandela Wells
Production on the rebooted version of The Crow has been suffering hit after hit after hit. After having Luke Evans first drop out of the lead role and then Jack Huston pre-production on the movie took a major downslide. This downslide was mainly caused by Relativity Media filing for Bankruptcy and letting go over 75 staff members at the Pinewood Cardiff. All of this has lead to The Crow reboot being indefinitely halted for the time being.
The Crow was originally released in 1994 and it was based on the 1989 comic book of the same name. Brandon Lee the son of Bruce Lee portrayed in the movie musician Eric Draven who was killed along with his fiancee. Draven is revived and goes on a hunt for revenge against the men who killed his beloved.
Reports from around Hollywood say that despite the halt the producer still “intends to move forward with producing and releasing The Crow.” It is likely it will be some time before we learn of any postive moves made in regards to this reboot.