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More Crow Reboot Talk to Ruffle Your Feathers

Round and round we go. In more non-news concerning the upcoming re-envisioning of The Crow, there are a few new lyrics being added to the same old song.

According to Bloody Disgusting, despite Mark Wahlberg saying that he’s never committed to the movie, word is that he is still being pursued for the lead role of Eric Draven, the undead avenger with a painted face and Gothic fashion sense.

Speaking of being non-committed, it’s also coming to our attention that 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is in talks to assume the role of director on the project. An interesting and good choice for sure, but we’re still not sold of Wahlberg.

Will this project fly high or prove that sometimes dead is better? What say you guys? Sound off below.

More Crow Reboot Talk to  Ruffle Your Feathers

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  • jkincer

    Please just let this project die. Unless the primary character is female and/or the timeline is set decades earlier that the first movie, anything ‘Crow’ related holds zero interest. o’Barr wrote several different stories that could be used for a new movie, no need to retread the same story.

    And Marky Mark should never be allow to read another script again. Go back to crappy rap and underwear ads you worthless hack.

  • GJW

    NO! NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!
    Look, I’m NOT a fan of this even happening! Leave the original and Lee’s memory ALONE!
    Make another sequel if you must, but make a good one as they keep geting worse and worse. But the real reason for my post is……
    I like some of Wahlbergs work. Some of his movies entertained me so this is not anti-Wahlberg (per say)BUT, he is NOT the right guy for THIS role. NO NO NO….absolutely NOT! NO NO NO.

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    • Vanvance1

      I’ll add a no here. No to the director, 28 Weeks Later was visually incoherent. Without Norrington’s involvement this project has zero interest for me.