Magazine article Screen International

'The Crow' Remake "Suspended"

Magazine article Screen International

'The Crow' Remake "Suspended"

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Production on the remake of cult classic The Crow has been "suspended", according to multiple sources close to the film.

Pre-production on the multi-million pound feature, which was due to be the first shot at Pinewood Cardiff, has halted, with crew having vacated the studio this week following months of preparation.

While the latest delay to the anticipated film correlates with the financial woes of the film's US backer Relativity Media, a source close to Relativity told ScreenDaily that the company still "intends to move forward with producing and releasing The Crow".

Staffat Pinewood Cardiffare understood to be awaiting instruction as to the timetable for the troubled remake, which lost Jack Huston as its lead in June, and Luke Evans prior to that.

Replacement cast has yet to be announced on the action-fantasy, set to be directed by Corin Hardy (The Hallow), but crew working on the production confirmed to ScreenDaily that Andrea Riseborough had been expected to take on the role of the film's villain, Top Dollar. …

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