Remake Of Cult Classic ‘The Crow’ Lands 2024 Release

by Thomas Tuna

Taking wing…at last.

The much-anticipated (and much-delayed) reboot of the 1994 cult favorite The Crow this week was picked up by Lionsgate for domestic distribution, and a general release window of 2024 has been set, according to a report on Deadline.

The remake–shot in Prague and Munich–is directed by Rupert Sanders from a screenplay by Zach Baylin and Will Schneider. The cast includes stars Bill Skarsgard, SKA Twigs and Danny Huston–as well as Laura Birn, Sami Bouailla and Jordan Bolger.

This new film–a reboot of the feature perhaps best known as being the last film role for Brandon Lee–is expected to again adapt the 1980s James O’Barr comic books that told “the dark tale of a man and his fiancee who are killed by a gang after their car breaks down.”

What happens next–as all horror fans know–is that rock musician Eric Draven “is resurrected by a crow and exacts vengeance on the gang members.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for all further updates on The Crow reboot.


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