‘The Crow’ Reboot Will Finally Kick Off Production Next Year
It’s official: Jason Momoa will star as the vengeful Eric Draven.
Despite years of delays plaguing this long-discussed reboot, it seems Relativity studio is finally getting The Crow up and running for audiences around the world.
According to The Wrap, cameras will start rolling in January 2017 for director Colin Hardy’s dark comic book adaptation, with Aquaman star Jason Momoa taking on the role of Eric Draven, a man brought back to life after he and his fiancée are brutally murdered.
Momoa, who is no stranger to sporting dark, heavy makeup from his Dothraki days on Game of Thrones, will go goth for The Crow after finishing up production on Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
The reboot is a priority project for Relativity who recently declared bankruptcy and looks to rebuild its reputation in Hollywood.