James McAvoy 'to star in The Crow remake'
Tuesday 26 February 2013
British actor James McAvoy is reportedly first in line to play the lead in a remake of cult 1994 movie The Crow.
The X-Men: First Class star, who is currently appearing in London's West End in Macbeth, is in talks to take on the role in a new adaptation of James O'Barr's comic, specialist horror site Bloody Disgusting reports.
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