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David Cronenberg’s most recent film starred Twilight‘s Robert Pattinson, but despite the presence of the actor also known as Edward Cullen, Cosmopolis failed to find an audience. The director has a reputation for writing and directing cult-classics like Scanners and Videodrome, but recently, he had been planning to revisit two of his biggest successes: the 1986 remake of The Fly and 2007 crime thriller Eastern Promises.

Within the last few years, word had spread that Cronenberg was looking to remake/reboot the Fly franchise – which swiftly ended after the 1989 sequel – though the project’s details were hard to come by. Around the same time, the director continued to talk up a sequel to Eastern Promises. However, both films were eventually cancelled.

Now, in an interview with The Playlist, Cronenberg has revealed a little bit more ...

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