Experimental drugs, covert authoritarian organizations, the inner labyrinth of the human mind, technology run amok, and an obsession with violence: we’re talking about the work of David Cronenberg. One of the director’s earliest films displays his fascination with these themes. A 1972 made-for-TV movie called Secret Weapon was created for the Canadian anthology television series Programme X. The series develops during an American Civil War, set in… Continue reading Watch 'Secret Weapon,' A Rarely-Seen Short Film Directed by David Cronenberg
Most movie junket interviews do not have hordes of paparazzi and two burly security guards standing outside them. Then again, most junket interviews do not feature a subject who is currently in the midst of a tabloid scandal. Unfortunately, this is where Robert Pattinson finds himself right now, as he attempts to promote his new movie, “Cosmopolis.”
Thankfully, if anyone can handle the pressure, Pattinson can. Case in point: when I… Continue reading Robert Pattinson, David Cronenberg Talk 'Cosmopolis,' Fandom And 'Videodrome'
If there’s any director who can take on a story about a love triangle involving a black hole, it’s just might be David Cronenberg, who’s always had an affinity for out-there sci-fi scenarios with highbrow appeal.
Media Rights Capital has just acquired the Jonathan Lethem novel ‘As She Climbed Across the Table’ for Cronenberg to direct.
The novel is about an academic whose physicist girlfriend accidentally creates a… Continue reading David Cronenberg to Direct Jonathan Lethem's 'As She Climbed Across the Table'