The Crow Reboot Adds FKA Twigs Opposite Bill Skarsgard
The Crow reboot added to its cast this morning, as FKA Twigs will join Bill Skarsgard in the redo. Skarsgard hopped aboard late last week, as the long-delayed reboot seems to finally be getting off the ground. Twigs will co-star as Eric Draven's love interest, who dies in the original. Rumor is, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the role has been expanded for this version. Rupert Sanders is on board to direct, Edward R. Pressman and Malcolm Gray will produce. Zach Baylin will write the script, with the Skarsgård playing Eric Draven. Pressman recently teased that while he couldn't say anything about the franchise, "The Crow is a kind of anti-superhero, unique to the world of graphic novels.", and left it at that.
The Crow Could Be Good With Skarsgård, That Gives Me Hope
"The Crow was an indie comic written and drawn by James O'Barr in the late 1980s that told the dark tale of a man and his fiancée that are assaulted and killed by a gang after the duo's car breaks down. The man is resurrected by a crow and exacts vengeance on those who took his life and the life of his love." This will be the fifth film in The Crow franchise but a reboot, so the sequels will all be stricken from continuity if they ever truly were in the first place.
This was the way to do this, though. That first film is so beloved, so iconic, that this really is not necessary, but if you attach someone like Skarsgard to the role, that is enough to send fans and the like into a tizzy and say, "Well, maybe…". We can expect to hear plenty more about this one as it unfolds.
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