Brad Pitt has revealed how the late Brandon Lee, the actor son of martial arts legend Bruce Lee, feared dying young, as his father had.
"Brandon's accident was a lot of little dumb things that got by..." Stahelski says.
After more false starts than you can shake a stick at, it looks like ‘The Crow’ reboot may have finally found its leading man – and it’s a most formidable one at that. Yes, it seems that none other than future Aquaman actor Jason Momoa is getting another comic book role to his name by taking the lead in director Corin Hardy’s long-in development take on James O’Barr’s undead anti-hero.
To all those who embrace the popular theory that ‘The Crow’ is cursed - here’s a bit more fuel for your fire. The entertainment industry trades have been abuzz this week with news that ‘mini-major’ Relativity Media is in serious trouble, filing for bankruptcy and making moves to sell off the completed films on their slate including Natalie Portman western ‘Jane Got A Gun’ (itself an infamously troubled production) and action movie ‘Collide’ starring Nicholas Hoult and Felicity Jones. British director Corin Hardy’s new big screen take on the much-loved graphic novel - previously filmed in the 1994 cult favourite starring the late Brandon Lee (killed in an on-set accident, which is the cornerstone of the urban legends of the franchise being cursed) - had originally been scheduled to be in production by now at the new Pinewood Studios facility in Cardiff, with Jack Huston in the lead as undead avenger Eric Draven.