Jason Momoa and director Corin Hardy are finally ready to move forward on the long-delayed Crow reboot.
New fan art shows Jason Momoa as Eric Draven in the long-delayed The Crow remake.
Jason Momoa is reportedly in talks to take the lead in the long-delayed The Crow remake for director Corin Hardy.
Producer Edward R. Pressman wants to deny Relativity Media the right to produce The Crow remake after the studio fired director Corin Hardy.
Alex Proyas, who directed the The Crow, thinks the upcoming remake is 'unnecessary,' and that they should leave Brandon Lee's legacy alone.
Director Corin Hardy has signed a new holding deal with Relativity Media, ensuring The Crow remake will start production in March 2016.
Director Corin Hardy is close to fleeing from the troubled Crow remake as a result of the Relativity Media Bankruptcy.
Despite a number of different delays, The Crow comic book creator James O'Barr reveals the remake will be moved to a different studio.
Even though Relativity claimed The Crow will shoot this fall despite their bankruptcy it's now reported that the reboot is on hold.
Relativity Media has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but the company still plans to start shooting The Crow remake this fall.
Just three months after signing on, Jack Huston has dropped out of The Crow reboot due to scheduling issues.
Andrea Riseborough is reportedly in talks to play main villain Top Dollar in The Crow remake, based on the original James O'Barr graphic novel.
The Crow comic book creator James O'Barr revealed at Lexington Comic-Con that Jessica Brown Findlay will play Eric Draven's Fiancee Shelly.
The Crow creator, James O'Barr, confirms that Boardwalk Empire star Jack Huston has been cast as Eric Draven in the upcoming remake of the movie.
Jack Huston is Relativity Media's top choice to replace Luke Evans as Eric Draven in The Crow reboot, which may shoot this spring.
The Crow comic book creator James O'Barr revealed that he wants Smallville and Being Human star Sam Witwer for Eric Draven.
It has been confirmed that Luke Evans has exited The Crow remake, with director Corin Hardy ready to find a new leading man.
Luke Evans has no idea what is actually happening with The Crow remake, and if he remains attached it won't happen for at least a year.
The Crow reboot director Corin Hardy offers a hint at what fans can expect, comparing his movie to Marvel and the Dark Knight trilogy.
Luke Evans says that if The Crow remake doesn't happen soon, he will be forced to move onto other projects.