It has been close to 30 years since “The Crow” starring Brandon Lee made its big-screen debut and it's about time for a reboot. Plans are already set in place to give this 90s classic a new facelift and here’s who is slated to don the black and white face paint.
The next “Crow” will be none other than Bill Skarsgård who is best known for his work in the recent "It" duology, where he played the evil Pennywise. His work in “Castle Rock,” “The Devil All The Time,” and “Eternals” also makes him an excellent choice to play Eric Draven.
Rupert Sanders of "Ghost in the Shell" and "Snow White and the Huntsman" fame will sit in the director's chair, with Edward R. Pressman and Malcolm Gray serving as producers. Zach Baylin who wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay for “King Richard” is set to pen the story as long as production doesn’t face any more obstacles.