More trouble on The Crow

Amidst news of Relativity Media’s bankruptcy, production of The Crow has been suspended just before it was set to begin, Screen Daily reports.

Still, Relativity insists that they plan to press ahead and produce the film. The crew are understood to be awaiting further instruction at Pinewood Cardiff from executives.

While a number of industry connected to the project expressed optimism to Screen that the production would still go ahead, the development comes at a time when uncertainty surrounds a number of Relativity-backed productions.

The beleaguered mini-studio, behind films including The Social Network and The Fighter, laid off 75 staff earlier this week and yesterday Relativity Media filed for bankruptcy.

The Crow‘s production has been troubled from the start, losing Jack Huston as its lead in June, and Luke Evans before that. The new lead has yet to be announced.




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