During an interview about his new film "Gods of Egypt," director Alex Proyas who directed the original "The Crow" film shared his hopes that Hollywood would not do a remake of the film.
"You know, I've moved on and I just feel like it's… I personally feel like it's kind of unnecessary. I've said this many times, I've completed the original movie to honor Brandon [Lee] and that's the sole reason I did it. I'm happy I did it for that reason," he explained to Collider. "I sort of feel like it's his legacy and I personally don't have a lot of time for people trying to reignite that movie in other ways. So you know, to me, this is one situation where it would be nice if Hollywood kind of left it alone and let it remain Brandon Lee's legacy."
"I know every few years you hear about it a remake and it never really comes to fruition," he added.[SOURCE]