Alex Tse to Script Remake of ‘The Crow’


Relativity Media has announced that it has tapped Watchman screenwriter Alex Tse to script their upcoming remake of The Crow.

The Crow is an adaptation of the 1989 comic book series of the same name, which was created, written, and illustrated by James O’Barr. The comic was previously adapted into a 1994 movie, which started Brandon Lee, son of Bruce Lee.

Bradley Cooper is set to star in the remake, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is set to direct, and the film will be produced byEdward R. Pressman.

The story follows Eric Draven, a rock musician who is revived from the dead to avenge his own murder, as well as that of his fiancée.

The original film has built up a cult following, due in part to the accidental death of Brandon Lee during filming. In the last weeks of production, Lee was mortally wounded when a dummy bullet, which had become lodged in one of the prop guns, was shot into his abdomen by a blank cartridge.


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