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Excerpting their recent interview with "Sinister" director Scott Derrickson and his co-writer C. Robert Cargill, Crave Online got the duo to talk a bit about their ambitions for the planned "Deus Ex" adaptation, which is being based on "Deus Ex: Human Revolution."

Discussing how they want to make a cyberpunk movie and not a video game movie--that's from novelist/screenwriter Cargill--the filmmakers described "Deus Ex" as being in the mold of recent breakout sci-fi hits like "Looper," "District 9," and "Inception."

Those are three very different movies aesthetically and thematically, but I kind of get what Cargill is getting at in the quote. He also calls out bombs "New Rose Hotel" (Christopher Walken, Asia Argento, and Willem Dafoe overacting at each other) and "Johnny Mnemonic" as potential landmines, so it's nice to see the two of them are aware of how throwing the term "cyberpunk" at a bunch of half-baked »

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