No More Crow For Bradley Cooper as Weinstein Lawsuit Goes On

Bradley Cooper (Getty Images)

Bradley Cooper (Getty Images)

Bradley Cooper has left the contentious Crow remake undertaken by Ryan Kavanaugh’s Relativity Media due to a scheduling conflict, writes The Hollywood Reporter. The production, revamping the Brandon Lee film, is the subject of a Weinstein Company lawsuit; the company led by Harvey and Bob Weinstein believes it has the right to The Crow. Harvey Weinstein previously told us that the Weinsteins were sanguine about the film: “Ultimately, a judge will decide,” he said with admirable diplomacy. “Bob and Ryan were friends, are friends, and will be friends.” With friends like these, why’d Mr. Cooper’s schedule fill up?

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