'The Midnight Meat Train's Bradley Cooper (below) has stepped down from the leading role in the Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ('28 Weeks Later') helmed remake of 'The Crow'. Cooper ('The A-Team', 'Limitless') will have to miss out on taking on the role of Eric Draven, played by actor Brandon Lee who was sadly killed during the making of the original movie back in 1993. Two names already being spouted around to take over the role are that of Channing Tatum ('G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra') and Mark Wahlberg ('The Other Guys'). Bradley Cooper pulled out due to scheduling conflicts with his other project 'Paradise Lost' where he plays the role of Lucifer.
"A musician who is murdered while trying to save his fiancée from thugs is brought back from the dead by supernatural forces and seeks revenge."
Bradley Cooper Pulls Out From 'The Crow'