The Crow: Danny Huston joins Bill Skarsgard in the remake

After so many years spent in development hell, I never really believed it The crow would fly again, but fly it has. Rupert Sanders is in the middle of production The crow reimagining in the Czech Republic, and THR has reported that Danny Huston has joined the cast.

It is not clear who Danny Huston will play in The crow reimagining, but he wants to play along with Bill Skarsgård and FKA Kviste. Zach Baylin, who was nominated for an Oscar for his work on Will Smith’s King Richardhas written the manuscript for this latest version of The crow. There have been various attempts to recreate The crow over the years, but no one has been able to get started. The latest should have had the main role Jason Momoa and would have been directed by Corin Hardy, but it fell apart several years ago.

Created by James O’Barr, The crow was a gothic superhero comic series that followed an undead rocker named Eric Draven. In the comics, Eric’s fiancée Shelly is assaulted and brutally murdered in front of him, and Eric is shot and left for dead. After being revived by a crow, Eric uses his supernatural abilities to hunt down and kill those responsible for his eternal pain. The cartoon was first adapted for the big screen in 1994 starring Brandon Lee as Eric, but unfortunately an accident on stage led to Lee’s death. Several sequels and a television series followed the film, but none were able to capture the success of the first. Danny Huston will next be seen with Liam Neeson and Diane Kruger in Marlowe, a neo-noir thriller written by William Monahan and directed by Neil Jordan.

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