If you’re not familiar with The Crow, you might be surprised at how much the fans are against a remake of the dark graphic novel adaptation.
When The Crow became a hit back in the summer of 1994, it was very bittersweet. The film would have made Brandon Lee a big star if he didn’t meet a tragic end during the shoot.
Many of you have probably already seen what Johnny Depp's going to look like in the big screen version of The Lone Ranger, which hits theaters May 13, 2013.
For many of us, The Crow epitomizes the gothic glory of the 1990’s, as it managed to capture the essence and angst of a decade that is now long gone.
In 1994, Miramax was not only firing on all cylinders with the enormous success of Pulp Fiction, but also with The Crow.