Some brief news as during an interview with Empire, Bradley Cooper briefly opened up about what happened with The Crow reboot, which was set up at Relativity with 28 Weeks Later‘s Juan Carlos Fresnadillo attached to direct.
“There really weren’t that many ups and downs,” the actor said. “We were talking about doing it because of Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, who I was such a massive fan of. And timing didn’t work out. Then, he just dropped out of it also, so I don’t know what they’re doing to do.”
Check out some previously released concept art for The Crow. The movie is based on James O’Barr’s legendary comic of the same name. Brandon Lee was the first to play Draven in Dimension//Miramax’s 1994 The Crow.
Cooper is now working on Paradise Lost with Alex Proyas.
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