The Crow will take off again in a remake worn by Bill Skarsgard

The one who played the terrifying clown from the latest It’s going to attempt to resurrect the cursed franchise.

It took at least a madman like Pennywise to dare to attack again The Crow ! After years of trying to revive the franchise from its ashes, a new movie finally seems to be on the right track. And it’s Bill Skarsgard who will take over the cult role in the reboot.

Son of actor Stellan Skarsgård (Will Hunting), brother of Alexander (Tarzan) and Gustaf (vikings), the 31-year-old Swede is best known for playing Pennywise, the horrible Clown of the latest films That. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bill Skarsgard will play Eric Draven and the script will be written by Zach Baylin, who was just nominated for an Oscar for The Williams Method.

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This remake of The Crow will be directed by Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman, Ghost in the Shell) and produced by Edward R. Pressman, who was also the producer of the original film. Shooting will start next June, which suggests that this time the film will indeed see the light of day, unlike the version worn for years by Jason Momoa and abandoned in 2014 after multiple galleys.

Remember that the comics The Crow were adapted in 1994 with Brandon Lee in the title role. The actor died on set, following an accident with a firearm. The film will still be finished without him and will have several sequels, including one worn by the Frenchman Vincent Perez.

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