August 16, 2011
Bradley Cooper Leaves The Crow
"Scheduling conflicts" force the move, which has left Channing Tatum and Mark Wahlberg on top of the list of rumored replacements.
October 22, 2010
Stephen Norrington Departs The Crow
Stephen Norrington doesn't know if those rumors about Mark Wahlberg being offered the lead in the "Crow" remake are true -- because Stephen Norrington is no longer directing the "Crow" remake.
October 20, 2010
Mark Wahlberg Rumored for The Crow
No word yet on whether he'll accept, but Bloody Disgusting's sources say Mark Wahlberg has been offered the lead role in the remake of "The Crow."
June 2, 2010
An Update on The Crow
What's going on with Stephen Norrington's reboot of "The Crow"? Producer Edward Pressman has the inside scoop.
November 24, 2009
The Crow Relaunch Prepares for Flight
It still needs a leading man, but according to producer Ryan Kavanaugh, the upcoming relaunch of "The Crow" is still on track -- and everyone's excited about the script.
July 8, 2009
New Crow Won't Be a Remake
Fear not, fans of the original "Crow" -- it looks like Stephen Norrington's planned reboot won't be a remake, but instead "a whole new story about a whole new character."
December 19, 2008
Weekly Ketchup: The Crow and The Phantom get rebooted
As if we need further reminders of how the world's current situation resembles the Great Depression, this week, four of of the ten top headlines have their origins in the era between 1900 and World War II, and the remake trend moves forward a bit to now focus on two superhero-ish movies from the mid 1990s.
December 15, 2008
The Crow Gets a Reboot
Relativity Media is negotiating to acquire the rights to a "reinvention" of "The Crow," and has hired Stephen Norrington to write and direct.
June 7, 2006
Trailer Bulletin: Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning
If you're not a hardcore horror fan, this could get a little confusing: In the beginning there was Tobe Hooper's "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," and it was good. It was followed by sequels (of varying quality) in 1986, 1990, and 1994. Then came the remake, and that, too, was surprisingly good. And NOW comes a prequel to the remake, the trailer for which you can only watch after 10pm ... cuz it's spooooooky.
July 13, 2005
Beautiful Brewster to Tangle with Teenaged Leatherface
Nothing pleases me more than the phrase "Bloody Disgusting Exclusive," and here's a pretty solid piece of news from one of horrordom's finest websites: The amazingly gorgeous and conveniently quite-talented Jordana Brewster (best known for her work in "D.E.B.S." and "The Fast and the Furious") will play the lead role in the upcoming (and as-yet-untitled) prequel to "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." Yes, it's a prequel to a remake of a movie based on actual events.