Bradley Cooper has dropped out of Relativity's remake of The Crow, the supernatural action project based on the 1990s comic. The studio has set Juan Carlos Fresnadillo to direct as some new actors are said to circle the project: Channing Tatum and Mark Wahlberg.
Bradley Cooper was attached as the title character but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.
The original film, The Crow, centered on a musician who is murdered while trying to save his fiancée from thugs. He is brought back from the dead by supernatural forces and seeks revenge. The role was originally played by Brandon Lee, who was killed by a freak accident during production of the original movie in 1993.
No production date has been set.
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