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Wrath of Man Review ' It’s entertaining, it’s dark, & it’s typical Guy Ritchie! So I dug the hell out of it!'

Alex Tse To Write The Reinvention Of The Crow

Relativity Media’s President of Worldwide Production, Tucker Tooley, and Edward R. Pressman, producer behind the cult-classic The Crow franchise, announced today they have attached Alex Tse ( Watchmen ) to write their reinvention of The Crow , the 1994 critically acclaimed, sensation based on the comic book series and comic strip by James O’Barr. Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later), The Crow adaptation will be a gritty reboot of the gothic iconic character Eric Draven, who returns from the grave as The Crow on a mission to avenge his wife’s murder, so that his soul can finally rest. Bradley Cooper (Limitless) is attached to star as Draven. The original film is known for its breakthrough visual style as well as its unique production design and cinematography. Fresnadillo and Tse are perfectly suited to bring these beloved characters back to life, and to create a world worthy of this modern classic. Relativity and Edward R. Pressman Film Corporation will be tea

Fourth Realm Trilogy Has Been Picked Up By Fox

Fourth Realm Trilogy Has Been Picked Up By Fox Fox has picked up the rights to the sci-fi book series known as the Fourth Realm Trilogy, written by reclusive author John Twelve Hawks, and has set "Watchmen" co-writer Alex Tse to adapt. The first book, titled " The Traveler " and published in 2006, is set in a U.S. society run by a secret organization seeking to control the population via constant observation. Seeking to rebel against these constraints are an almost extinct group of people called Travelers, who can project their spirit into other dimensions, and their protectors, called Harlequins. The inaugural tome centers on a reluctant Harlequin named Maya who must protect two naive Traveler brothers. The books were best-sellers and critically well-received, with comparisons to Dan Brown, "The Matrix" and "Star Wars" used to describe a series that explores the ideas of free will and public surveillance, secret societies and good versus ev