Boardwalk Empire star Jack Huston, who also made for a convincing Jack Kerouac in Kill Your Darlings, has been cast as Eric Draven in the upcoming adaptation/remake of The Crow. This is not exactly new news, but the percolating rumor has now been confirmed.
Much like its title character, the long-in-development remake of The Crow never stays dead for long. Now we can add Boardwalk Empire's Jack Huston to the lengthy list of actors who have been attached to the role of the new Eric Draven. Good choice! Too bad it'll still probably never get made.
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Luke Evans is still going to be the new Crow, and the brand new reboot will allegedly start filming in the Spring of 2015. But no one is asking the real questions, like do we need another Crow movie? And does anyone want another Crow? [via THR]
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This news is certainly going cause a lot of angry mascara tears. Rumor has it Dirk Diggler himself, Mark Wahlberg, is in talks to take the lead in the new Crow film. Yikes.
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Director and screenwriter Stephen Norrington speculates that the final draft for his new Crow film will be done this month, which means filming can begin this summer. Commence mascara-streaked crying, Crow purists. [Mania]
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