Newswire: The Crow remake has no money or star, but will shoot next year, god damn it

Displaying a surprisingly optimistic outlook for a project that listens to as much Nine Inch Nails as this one, the producer of that notoriously troubled Crow remake tells Variety that the film is still on track to shoot early next year. That’s despite it not currently having a star—Boardwalk Empire‘s Jack Huston, the latest in a series of actors to take on the role of The Crow, dropped out in June and has not been replaced—and the fact that the company that was supposed to bankroll it, Relativity Media, went bankrupt earlier this year.

These are both minor details to producer Edward Pressman, however. After all, he’s got a director, Corin Hardy, and they’ve been talking about who would be a good candidate to take over for the late Brandon Lee. Lee did die in an accident involving a dummy bullet cartridge on the …

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