Those who stated they wouldn’t believe The Crow was flying again until a new movie was produced would have a much easier time doing so this month since a trailer for the film was just published.
The Prague Reporter states that filming on the new version of The Crow, starring Bill Skarsgard (IT), concluded in the Czech capital last week after 10 weeks of filming.
According to the website, “during the film’s 10-week filming, The Crow was filmed in a wide variety of locales around Prague’s Old Town and New Town.” Many extras dressed to the nines took part in a scene filmed in the Rudolfinum music venue in Prague for The Crow.
‘The Crow’ Reboot Starring Bill Skarsgard Has Reportedly Wrapped Production
Bill Skarsgard: The Crow was registered as a television production with the city of Prague, according to documents submitted with the office, and a total of six episodes were filmed in Prague, according to The Prague Reporter. A feature film is being made, however “this information has not been verified by anyone engaged in the production.”
We have it on good authority that Bill Skarsgard (IT) plays the main role of Eric Draven in a film titled The Crow, directed by Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman, Ghost in the Shell), and that singer/actor FKA Twigs also appears in the cast. It also features Danny Huston (30 Days of Night).
The new film’s screenplay was written by Zach Baylin (King Richard), and it is, of course, based on James O’Barr’s original graphic book, which inspired the original film series.
Producing this modern remake are names like Molly Hassell (Braven, Terminal), Victor Hadida (Resident Evil and Silent Hill), John Jencks (Honest Thief, Guns Akimbo), and Edward R. Pressman (American Psycho, The Crow, Wall Street).
The death of Eric Draven’s fiancée at the hands of the villains in the 1994 film starring Brandon Lee sets in action the plot of retribution. Numerous sequels were created because of it.