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Rob Zombie was originally set to write, direct and supervise the music for the movie, but he was fired because of creative differences with the producers. Zombie's song "Living Dead Girl" was used for the film.
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This is the only Crow film in which the Crow features are not created with the use of face paint; in this film, the lines bisecting each eye and at the corners of the mouth to form the smile are formed out of burnt skin, However, there are two vertical lines over each of his eyes and they cross with the horizontal lines on his mouth.
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Was released to a single theater in Spokane, WA, prompting fans to accuse Miramax of intentionally bombing the film.
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Was released direct-to-video after poor test screenings.
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Álex de la Iglesia turned down directing this film.
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Body Count: 28.
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The main characters last name is Corvis which is modeled after Corvidae, the family of birds that crows belong to.
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Corvus is Latin for crow.
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Miramax film's cancelled the intended wide theatrical release due to The Crow: City of Angels' negative critical reception, The Crow: Salvation was released direct-to-video after a limited theatrical run in one theater.
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(at around 22 mins) The lines "Only Forever?" come from the original graphic novel.
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Two years later Kristen Dunst was in another comic book based movie, Spider-Man (2002) and its two sequels playing the love interest, Mary Jane Watson.
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