The Crow Filming for the reboot should start in the summer

A remake version of The Crow is becoming more concrete shapes. When Bill Skarsgard was recently hired to play the role of the title character as Eric Draven, the production schedule is now finalized. As per Deadline The shooting is expected to be scheduled for during the summer months on Prague, Czech Republic and at several locations in Germany.


The reboot has a dramatic background. It was initially contemplated to remake the film of Eric Draven, which was produced in 1993, featuring Brandon Lee in the leading part and was released to theaters in 1994. The time was when Luke Evans, Bradley Cooper, Mark Wahlberg and Jack Huston were in talks about the lead role. But the bankruptcy that the company producing Relativity Media brought the project to a halt for the first time.

In the latter part of 2017 Jason Momoa officially announced that he was working on the project together with the director Corin Hardy. At that time, the project had been picked up by Sony. But, in the Spring of 2018, both the main actor and director decided to pull out of the production in just five weeks before the filming was scheduled to begin. The following day Momoa stated in her announcement the project had some creative disagreements between her and producer Samuel Hadida.

In this premiere, FKA twigs complements the ensemble of the film The Crow . Rupert Sanders ( Snow White and The Huntsman ) is directing The Crow from a script written by Zach Baylin ( King Richard ).

It is not yet known what time the new movie will premiere in cinemas.