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"Why don't we just remake Cronenberg's [version] with sexy teenagers?" That [paraphrased] question was posed to director Todd Lincoln by Fox studios in regard to his now-dormant remake of "The Fly," which was first a 1958 Kurt Neumann cheapie and later given the body-horror treatment by David Cronenberg, in a version that depicted Jeff Goldblum's oogy transformation into the human-sized insect of the title. So what exactly was Lincoln going for that would have elicited that kind of response? "I found actually a really cool way into it," said Lincoln, sitting down to speak with me about his upcoming feature debut »

- Chris Eggertsen

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