Bill Skarsgård Reflects on The Crow's Open-Ended Finale and Hints at Potential Sequel

The leading actor of The Crow reboot, Bill Skarsgard, shares his disenchantment with the film's conclusion, hinting at a potential follow-up. Bill Skarsgård, the protagonist of The Crow, expresses mixed feelings about the conclusion of the latest film under Rupert Sanders' direction. "I would have liked something more conclusive," Skarsgård conveyed to Esquire, indicating that the conclusion of the 2024 movie paves the way for a sequel.

Regarding the film series, the saga has primarily focused on a single narrative surrounding Eric Draven, alongside The Crow: City of Angels, The Crow: Salvation, and The Crow: Wicked Prayer which each narrate distinct tales of love and vengeance. City of Angels serves as somewhat of a direct sequel, featuring Sarah from the original movie (now portrayed by Mia Sara) aiding another revenant in correcting past wrongs. Additionally, The Crow: Stairway to Heaven, a Canadian television series, offered a brief adaptation of the graphic novel, though it was not a sequel series to the films as occasionally misconstrued.

Similarly, the graphic novel does not feature a sequel; the 272-page comic book depicts Eric confronting each of his adversaries individually, leading to a final reunion with his fiancee Shelly without suggesting a sequel possibility. Every Crow movie concludes with the central character eliminating the villains and transitioning to the afterlife, making the concept of a Crow film laying the groundwork for a second part somewhat perplexing. Regardless, the anticipation remains high. The Crow is set to premiere on August 23, 2024, after being delayed from its initial release date of June 7. For further excitement, explore our compilation of the most anticipated upcoming movies in 2024 and beyond, or dive directly into our detailed movie release schedule.