Check Out This Concept Art for Bradley Cooper's 'The Crow' Remake
Oh I cannot wait to hear the fan feedback on this. Throughout much of the year, Relativity has been trying to develop a remake of The Crow, that's undergone legal woes and other pre-production setbacks, including as of October losing its latest director, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, and lead actor, Bradley Cooper. We didn't expect to hear much about this anytime soon, but our friends at ShockTillYouDrop have laid their hands on some fantastic concept art pieces giving us a look at what Cooper as Eric Draven would've looked like as well as some of the color tone and style, along with more costume and crazy hair styles. See below!
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The concept art was created by illustrator Diego Latorre, who worked on the film, you can visit his website at diegolatorre.com. This remake originally started as an original Stephen Norrington project, attempting to seduce Mark Wahlberg to star, before being dropped and handed to Juan Carlos Fresnadillo as of earlier this April, with Bradley Cooper the new top choice for Draven, the character created by James O'Barr as a comic first. The Cooper phase is obviously where the art comes from and it sounds like this was moving along, but of course it all fell apart and now neither are attached and who knows what's going on. At least we get to take a look at what this would've been like and I'm not really that impressed. What do you think?