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Brandon Lee - The Crow

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These are a couple of photos I did with Brandon in Rome, october 1992, few months before his accidental killing (or assassination?), well, anyway he told me he was on to start the filming a movie titled the Crow. Just to share with you my little memorabilia of him. Ciao

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On 8/15/2018 at 7:12 PM, yiyuen said:

These are a couple of photos I did with Brandon in Rome, october 1992, few months before his accidental killing (or assassination?), well, anyway he told me he was on to start the filming a movie titled the Crow. Just to share with you my little memorabilia of him. Ciao

 

Awsome, that you got to meet the guy, thanks for sharing those stills.

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Here you can find a little segment from my documentary Dragonland, at one point Michael Wong talks briefly about Brandon and Bruce's deaths. English spoken, italian sub. Enjoy.

 

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Cover from a book I published more than 20 years ago, baased upon my interview to Brandon, not a best seller but the very first book about him and his father in Italy. Just a curious item I hope you enjoy.

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11 hours ago, Phantom Dreamer said:

I believe that was Brandon Lee's fiance Eliza Hutton.

 

Thats right, there an article I posted about her, in this thread somewhere.

Posted an image from the MFD premeire, where he's with a fan, but cant recall if Brandon Lee is wearing the same suit?.

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Brandon Lee on The little picture show UK . 1992. Mariella Frostrup is a UK-based journalist and television presenter, well known on British television and radio, mainly for arts programmes. - YouTube Synopsis

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Karlos said:

Looks like we will be getting a Shang Chi film after all!

Yes, I saw a lot of these reports popping up. You know I'm all for that! Unfortunately, being the pessimistic realist that I am, I fear such would lack good grounded choreography and instead be a wire fu fest. Guess we'll just have to wait and see. Crazy Rich Asians seems to have lit a fire under all things Asian.

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@Karlos & @ShaOW!linDude, how would you guy's feel, if they decided to go the aimted route, either with CGI/Hand drawn, or a combination of both. Using the late Brandon Lee likeness for the character, so clearly modelled on his father. Or do yo think it would be better starting with a fresh new star?, in a live-action version?.

 

 

The Crow, one of the best comic adaptation's to come out of Hollywood?. In the original graphic novel, Eric Draven looks more like a pumped up member of the band, Motley Crue.

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17 hours ago, DragonClaws said:

@Karlos & @ShaOW!linDude, how would you guy's feel, if they decided to go the aimted route, either with CGI/Hand drawn, or a combination of both. Using the late Brandon Lee likeness for the character, so clearly modelled on his father. Or do yo think it would be better starting with a fresh new star?, in a live-action version?.

Speaking for myself...

I would love an animated treatment of The Crow. If the character was favored after Brandon Lee, I'd be okay with that. 

As far as new live action version? I would be okay with that to a degree, too, but I don't want a direct remake of the original. That is cinema gold, and does not need to be tampered with. The sad fact of the matter is that there were 3 more Crow movies made to try to turn it into a franchise, and in each case the stories were bad and miscast.

Honestly, it's a unique film with a unique character played by a unique individual. That lightning don't strike twice. That's why I think an animated treatment would serve better.

Edited by ShaOW!linDude

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