It looks like the long-gestating and troubled remake of “The Crow” lives once again.
Filmmaker Corin Hardy (“The Hallow”) has reportedly signed a holding deal with Relativity which will make the film first post-bankruptcy production when filming gets underway in March.
The company is still in the midst of ongoing efforts to reorganize in the wake of declaring bankruptcy and ‘Crow’ has become its top production priority.
No star is currently attached to play Eric Draven, who returns from the dead to track down his killers with the help of a mystical crow.
The likes of Luke Evans and Jack Huston have been attached to the project in recent years but opted out. Edward R. Pressman is producing the project.
Source: The Wrap