Sony have officially given the Sony remake a premiere date with next year's Halloween festivities set to see Jason Momoa take on The Crow mantle.
Filmmaker Alex Proyas has sent out an impassioned plea to Sony executives to drop the remake on social media, wanting to respect the legacy of Brandon Lee.
Paramount Pictures are set to bring the odd couple together as the buff action star transitions from Aquaman to something much more light hearted.
With Aquaman star Jason Momoa said to reprise the part of Eric Draven left by the late Brandon Lee, executive producer F. Javier Gutierrez gave an update about the project.
Without any preconceptions about the character, the action superstar believes he is the man to make the character his own.
Despite the obvious contractual Marvel and DC divide in the superhero world, the youngster has admitted to being a huge fan of the Aquaman star.
The 37-year old will front the picture from Avalanche Studios and Square Enix as the Aquaman DC star preps himself to take on the part of Rico Rodriguez.
Sitting down with Digital Trends, the bulky action star can't wait for DC fans to get a look at a film that surpasses even his own high expectations.
The 37-year old Hawaii native is loving life right now and admits the huge cash flowing in from the DC world has opened up his career choices.
With talks between Cordy Hardy and Aquaman's own Jason Momoa at a crossroads, the ambitious remake of the 1994 Brandon Lee dark classic appears to be in major trouble.