In The Hallow, a researcher moves into a home out in the rural Irish countryside, and soon finds that humans and animals aren’t the only residents of the woods. Creatures of old reside on that land, with their own desires, and their own laws. These things, almost faeries in the oldest sense, are repelled by iron and attracted to certain types of flesh. When the family removes the iron bars that block the windows of their new home, things begin to happen.
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Something is really giving Relativity a hard time as it tries to assemble a reboot of The Crow. The film, based on the comic series by James O’Barr which led to the 1994 film starring Brandon Lee, has been in development for years. A dizzying array of directors and actors has been attached to the project in that time. The latest in a very long line of talent departures has just taken place as intended star Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire) has departed due to “scheduling issues.” Read More »
Posted on Thursday, May 21st, 2015 by Angie Han
The Crow remake has been a revolving door of talent over the past couple of years, with various actors and filmmakers coming and going over the years. As of right now, director Corin Hardy (The Hallow) and star Jack Huston (Boardwalk Empire) are the latest combo to try and tackle the project.
And miraculously, it seems they’re actually making some forward progress. Andrea Riseborough has just signed on on to play the villain. More details on The Crow Andrea Riseborough casting after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2015 by Angie Han
It’s been a tumultuous several years for The Crow remake, but now, at long last, it may be getting back on track. Jack Huston has just closed his deal to play Eric Draven, a few months after previous star Luke Evans dropped out.
And since every Eric needs his Shelly, Jessica Brown Findlay is reportedly being considered to play Eric’s lady love. Corin Hardy is still attached to direct. More about The Crow Jack Huston casting after the jump. Read More »
The remake of The Crow has turned into a revolving door for talent, with a parade of writers, directors, and actors being attached to the film in various capacities before falling off again. Most recently, F. Javier Gutiérrez was going to direct, with Luke Evans starring. But Gutiérrez fell away, and Corin Hardy signed on to direct. Not long afterwards Luke Evans also moved on, due in part to the change in scheduling and story approach that came with the director change.
Now Jack Huston, perhaps best known for his role as a scarred assassin on Boardwalk Empire, is in early talks to star. Read More »
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Over the past couple weeks we’d started to get the idea that Luke Evans would not star in the remake of The Crow after all. Now the actor has officially backed out of the film, thanks to the departure of director F. Javier Gutierrez and the delays and expected script revisions that go along with a new director. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, December 4th, 2014 by Angie Han
The Crow reboot got a new director yesterday, with Corin Hardy signing on to replace F. Javier Gutiérrez. Now it looks like the project may need a new star as well.
Asked whether The Crow was still moving ahead, Luke Evans responded, “It’s not, no.” Evans had been attached to the project since last year. Hit the jump for more on The Crow Luke Evans exit. Read More »
Few projects cycle through as many publicly-known director attachments as The Crow remake, which is set to star Luke Evans (above) as a murdered man who finds his . F. Javier Gutiérrez was most recently attached to direct the remake, but has moved on to The Ring 3D. Now Corin Hardy will be the Crow remake director, reportedly thanks in part to a recommendation from Edgar Wright. Read More »
Sam Raimi (Evil Dead series, Drag Me To Hell) has signed on to produce a supernatural horror film titled Refuge. British screenwriter Tom De Ville will write the script based on a pitch from up-and-coming British director Corin Hardy. At the very least, Hardy’s stop-animation work, is impressive. Very stylized, and likely to draw comparisons to Tim Burton. Check out some of Hardy’s music videos in our commercial director spotlight. More details on the project follow after the jump.
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