That remake of The Crow that we've been hearing about for the past year is apparently still happening despite a potential lawsuit and the loss of two directors (Stephen Norrington, then Juan Carlos Fresnadillo) as well as it's star (Bradley Cooper). That is, anyway, according to producer Edward R. Pressman, who told Comic Book Resources that the upcoming film will be true to the 1994 version, and rather be a modern take on James O'Barr's original graphic novel.
"The original 1994 Crow film holds a special place in my heart. The current film is a 'reinvention' of James O'Barr's graphic novel for the 21st century," he said. "We're thrilled to have teamed with director Javier Gutierrez and screenwriter Jesse Wigutow on this story, which remains true to the core of Eric Draven's plight for revenge. Giving too much away wouldn't be any fun. 'Disorder, chaos, anarchy' - now that's fun."
So determined! But hey, as long as it's better than 2005's sequel The Crow: Wicked Prayer, we're sure it'll be fine.
[via Digital Spy]