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'The Crow' reboot underway, again

Relativity Media and The Weinstein Company have agreed on a settlement regarding their dispute over the seemingly doomed remake of cult 1994 classic The Crow, reports Deadline

The dispute originated from a disagreement over the 2009 film Nine, when Relativity accused The Weinstein Company of failing to live up to commitments regarding the distribution of the film. They consequently decided to proceed with a different distributor for their remake of The Crow despite both companies already having an agreement in place. An out of court settlement was agreed ahead of what was looking like a lengthy battle and both parties now seem committed to the project having moved quickly to sign F. Javier Guttierez to direct and Jesse Wigutow (It Runs in the Family) to write the script, with Mark Wahlberg and Channing Tatum previously rumored to take the lead role.

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'Act of Valor' trailer and poster - A film about Navy SEALs that stars active Navy SEALs

Relativity Media is taking a risk on Act of Valor. It has already cost the studio $13 million, and another 30 million will be needed to advertise the film, yet Act of Valor has virtually no big-name actors on its docket. In fact, the film’s stars aren’t actors at all, but they’re arguably the most qualified candidates for the roles: active duty Navy SEALs themselves. 

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