Last week, it was announced that The Crow remake had perhaps found another actor it could, ahem, crow about, Jason Momoa. The star of Justice League, Game of Thrones, and Stargate Atlantis is the latest in a long line of actors who have heard the caw and have signed up to fill the magnificent leather boots of Brandon Lee, not that anything’s been confirmed yet of course. Still, Momoa, and his stature, would mark something of a physical departure from previous Crow candidates like Tom Hiddleston, Luke Evans and Nicholas Hoult. It’s enough to make you wonder, what would Jason Momoa look like Crowed out? (more…)
The Weinstein Co. (TWC) and Relativity Media have settled their legal battle over remake rights to The Crow. The two companies released a joint statement that boiled down to:
“The parties will continue to work on the film together as planned.”
Per the out-of-court settlement, both parties dropped their dueling claims.
TWC won’t further pursue a lawsuit claiming Ryan Kavanaugh’s independent studio breached a 2009 distribution agreement that allegedly gave TWC the right to release the movie globally, in turn, Relativity has dismissed its $20 million claim that TWC botched the release and distribution of the movie Nine.
Now all we have to worry about is this film actually making into theaters. Damn lawyers and their arbitrating ways. Couldn’t they spin this lawsuit out until this NerdBastard had passed on?
Oh well, maybe the Goth kids will be happy.
They often seem kinda down.