Thursday 4 May 2017

The Crow Reborn Will Take The Form Of An R-Rated Movie

Rings director F. Javier GutiĆ©rrez has turned in a status report on the dogged remake, claiming that it’ll take the form of an R-rated, $40 million feature. GutiĆ©rrez, who remains involved in a producing capacity, also hinted that Jason Momoa and Corin Hardy are still on board to engineer a feature film from the pages of James O’Barr’s cult graphic novel.

He said “With The Crow, I haven’t talked to them in a while so I don’t know what is going on with that, but we are going to do an R-rated movie. I come from Europe, I’m very dark so I’m going to go for it. If any movie has to be R-rated then it’s The Crow. That’s how I got James O’Barr, the creator of The Crow, involved in the project because he said that if R-rated is the way that I wanted to go, he’s in. Even though I’m not directing it now, when I was going to be doing that I explained to the producers that they had to read and understand the comic book and not make the film a PG-13 version because it would make no sense. Some movies are for young people, I get it and maybe you can do it, but this movie is not necessarily for those young people and toning it down would give you a ghost of what The Crow should be.”

The Crow remake continues to gestate in pre-production, but with a tentative title (The Crow Reborn) in place and Hardy and Momoa purportedly still involved.

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