It’s not hard to see why an actor wouldn’t want to take this role.
It will be one of his rare roles where we see his whole face.
It apparently can rain all the time for these guys.
It’s not Cameron Crowe. I’m sorry to have wasted everyone’s time.
Say it to his face, I dare you.
Does he have a nasally, gangly older brother, though?
Sometimes a true life starts well after the bright lights and first breath in a hospital. Pass the time by checking out some lives worth examining in these six best…
Life is rife with coincidences, many of which we as humans aren't even privy to. But sometimes, by what might be called a coincidence itself, we're able to stand far…
Welcome to Gothic Cinema Theater, where the house lights never come up and the trailers cut themselves. Tonight, we're watching six of our favorite gothic movies all in a row….
There are times when taking joy in what you do can come off as creepy with hints of burgeoning serial killerdom. These characters worship death as it feeds their continued…
Life replaces the inevitability of death in these six movie executions that did not go quite as planned. The stories continue, as the ending becomes a springboard rather than a…
Give your anger a workout as you witness good old fashioned blood boiling revenge in these four movie feuds that can only be settled by death. You claim you’d kill…
“The Crow” (1994) “People once believed that when someone dies, a crow carries their soul to the land of the dead. But sometimes, something so bad happens that a…
Although there are more than five cool Detroit movies, these films best display the city’s duality as both a powerful manufacturing epicenter and a forbidding urban environment. Detroit’s concrete scenery is…
Just pick on of these five and make the damn movie. Or we can all just watch the original and enjoy that for the next 20 years. That sounds nice, too.
Quick! Get the second-most improbable actor’s agent on the phone.
At least Bradley Cooper won’t SOUND silly in the role.
In my mind at least, The Crow has always been a really handsome preppy guy with insane abs.
In retrospect, I shouldn't have attempted this.
Bloody Disgusting is reporting that Mark Wahlberg has been offered the opportunity to get really super emo in The Crow. The original big screen adaptation was directed by Alex Proyas and followed Eric Draven, who is murdered and comes back to kill the men responsible for putting down him and his fiancée. Brandon Lee was accidently killed by a loaded gun during filming. I say nothing is an accident when Michael Wincott is on set.
Hasn't Wahlberg kind of already done this role in Max Payne? He didn't wear makeup and sling an ax (that's a guitar, for all you squares), but he got revenge for his family's murder with moody music and lighting. My guess is nothing will come of this rumor. Wahlberg should know better than to take the reigns from Crow: Salvation's Eric Mabius of ABC's "Ugly Betty."