Bradley Cooper Wants Leading Role In ‘The Crow’ Remake

Hangover 2 actor Bradley Cooper wants to play the hero in an upcoming remake of the supernatural forces movie The Crow.

The movie is set to be directed by 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and will be a re-imagining of the 1994 movie which claimed the life of actor Brandon Lee, son of Bruce Lee, when a bullet fragment from a blank cartridge hit him in the abdomen and lodged in his spine.

During the rest of the shoot many scenes were rewritten and special effects were used to finish the film, which means the remake could focus more on the original movie script, rather than re-thought scenes heavy on the effects.

The basic gist of the movie is simple, a man is murdered and a Crow gives him back his life (temporarily) so he can defeat the forces of evil that took his life and the life of his fiancée.

Sure it’s not the most original story, but the movie was definitely creepy when I saw it at a young age.

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