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[1] The remake of Alex Proyas' The Crow has suffered numerous stops and starts since it was first announced a few years back, to the relief of fans uninterested in seeing a "gritty reboot" of the 1994 goth classic. However, it now appears that at least one of the roadblocks standing in its way has ceased to be, and that work on the film will resume in earnest. Last year, The Weinstein Co. filed a lawsuit against Relativity, claiming that the latter had breached a contract giving TWC global rights to distribute the picture. But the two companies have now settled the lawsuit out court, and will reportedly "continue to work on the film together as planned." Hooray. More details after the jump. Like the original The Crow, TWC and Relativity's remake was to be based on James O’Barr's 1989 comic book about a musician who dies while trying, unsuccessfully, to »

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