Bradley Cooper (The Hangover, Case 39, A-Team) is in early negotiations to star in Relativity’s remake of The Crow, being directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, writes THR.
In the adaptation of the gritty black-and-white indie comic by artist James O’Barr, “Cooper will play a rock musician who is murdered while trying to save his fiancée from thugs. He is resurrected by supernatural forces and seeks revenge.” The role was originally played by Brandon Lee, who was killed by a freak accident during production in 1993.
Relativity is flying fast with Crow, with Fresnadillo only officially boarding the project a week ago. The Spanish director of 28 Weeks Later is said to have met with Cooper in Spain recently, where the two hit it off and shared a vision for the character and the film.
Relativity would not confirm the talks but sources say Cooper, currently in theaters in Relativity’s hit thriller Limitless, is keen to board the project.
Production is targeted to start in the fall.
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