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David Cronenberg at Work on a ‘Very Personal Script,’ but Says He’s Happy If He Never Makes a Movie Again

David Cronenberg at Work on a ‘Very Personal Script,’ but Says He’s Happy If He Never Makes a Movie Again

David Cronenberg hasn’t directed a movie since 2014’s “Maps to the Stars,” a satire in which the Canadian filmmaker set Hollywood on fire. And while the director hasn’t officially returned from movie-making, he’s in no rush to jump behind the camera again, either. Still, a new interview with The Guardian, timed to Cronenberg’s appearance in front of the camera on the Canadian thriller “Disappearance at Clifton Hill,” reveals that Cronenberg has a few projects in the mix.

That includes an adaptation of his 2014 novel “Consumed,” which back in October was rumored to be set up at Netflix. The streamer, though, according to Cronenberg, passed on scripts for two episodes on another series he proposed, and “Consumed” remains without a home for now. (Netflix has yet to respond to IndieWire’s request for comment on these projects.)

Cronenberg told The Guardian that he’s meanwhile tinkering with a “very personal” screenplay.

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