Jason Momoa signs on to be next actor to pull out of The Crow

Ali Gray

12th August 2016

Game Of Thrones actor Jason Momoa has been revealed as the latest actor to sign on to play the lead character of the troubled reboot of The Crow which definitely isn't going to happen, it has been announced.

Relativity announced the temporary change in casting in a press release last night, saying: "We're thrilled that Jason has briefly come on board to play the hypothetical lead role in The Crow. With his dominating screen presence and his boundless acting talent, he would have been the perfect actor to embody The Crow. We look forward to wishing him well in six months when we begin the fruitless search for another actor."

Momoa joins an illustrious cast who have signed on to play The Crow only to pull out when the inevitably doomed movie failed to materialise, including Bradley Cooper, Tom Hiddleston, Jack Huston, Mark Wahlberg, Channing Tatum and even Luke Evans. "I'm truly honoured to be the latest actor in a long line of actors to momentarily be linked with the role of a lifetime," said Momoa. "The Crow is such an iconic franchise, I can only hope to live up to such high expectations, although obviously I'm not going to worry too much about it."

"I promise fans of the series that the single piece of concept art that will be produced during my short tenure as Eric Draven will be as faithful as possible to the look and feel of the original movie. You can rest assured that everyone involved in this project who isn't in charge of financing it is taking it extremely seriously."

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