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THE CROW director explains how the film is not a simple Hollywood remake: “It’s a very fragmented independent film”

THE CROW director explains how the film is not a simple Hollywood remake: “It’s a very fragmented independent film”

By Lionsgate The Raven the remake hasn’t received much love from fans. There seems to be a lot of hate for the project, especially from those who are fans of the original Alex Proyas AND My name is Brandon Lee. movie.

Good, director. Rupert Sanders is trying to convince audiences to buy his film and convince fans that this is not yet another Hollywood remake.

Speaking to Empire, Sanders explained: “There’s nothing Hollywood about this movie. It’s a very fragmented independent film.”

He went on to tease that they wanted to make a film that was closer to creator Jame O’Barr’s source material. By making a more indie-style film, the creative team was “able to stay close to the core, darkness, and violence that is in the graphic novel.”

The director continued, “The only reason we could do it is because it’s not a studio film.” He also said that budget constraints made the film better: “You have to be more skilled at making things more efficiently, that are emotionally resonant and not just spectacular.”

Regardless of what he’s saying here, the trailer didn’t sell me on the movie, and it doesn’t look like it’s doing anything special or unique. Expectations are very low, so we’ll just have to wait and see.

In the film: “Soulmates Eric Draven (Skarsgård) and Shelly Webster (FKA Twigs) are brutally murdered when the demons of her dark past catch up with them. Given the chance to save his true love by sacrificing himself, Eric sets out on a journey to seek ruthless vengeance on their killers, spanning the worlds of the living and the dead to right what was wrong.”

This version of the film stars Bill Skarsgård in the lead role, singer/actor FKA twigs, Danny Houston (30 days of darkness), Laura Birn (Foundation), Sami Bouajila (A son), AND Jordan Bolger (The woman king).

The Raven The reboot will be released in theaters on June 7, 2024.

by Joey Fear
Source: Geek Tyrant

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