Calling all the David Cronenberg fans because we have some good news!
After a long break from the movie scene, Cronenberg is back with Crimes of the Future and it sounds like he’ll be staying true to his body horror roots.
The film’s first trailer gives us a taste of what to expect. The film is going to be premiered at the Cannes Film Festival first before the worldwide theatrical release.
Though director David Cronenberg is capable of a lot of things artistically, he will be known for his ability to write about body horrors in his film Crimes of the Future.
With all the talk about how “Crimes of the Future” is going to be controversial, it might be hard to believe that it has been worth waiting for.
The trailer, which just came out, and these new details from its creators suggest it will be well worth the wait. Here’s everything you should know!
Crimes of the Future: New Trailer Release
You might not have noticed that David Cronenberg has been missing from the big screen for quite some time.
And now after being absent from the film directing scene for 8 years, acclaimed film director David Cronenberg is making a comeback with Crimes of the Future, a sci-fi movie that has been 20 years in the making.
The project will be featured in this year’s Cannes Screenings and is scheduled to premiere in theatres in June.
One of the key points in the Sci-fi “Crimes of the Future” is how humans create problems and then adapt their bodies in order to solve them but leaving us with the ultimate question – How does this perspective change the way we look at humanity?
Crimes of the Future: Let’s Talk the Trailer
David Cronenberg is one of those directors who can pull off high-brow material with ease. The Crimes of the Future trailer is going deeper into some of life’s forgotten questions and explores life’s dark side.
The director is making his way back to his horror roots by showcasing some difficult scenes that will surely scare you but in a good way, so make sure to watch it if you dare.
it looks like Cronenberg has gone all out in making Crimes of the Future different from the norm of reality.
In one minute, we see medical procedures being performed inside a funeral box-like structure by people with a sleek, futuristic looking. People having a snack that kinda looks like plastic.
Crimes of the Future: Cast
The extended cast for the futuristic body horror film features Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, Léa Seydoux, Scott Speedman, Welket Bungué and Don McKellar.
The film is written and directed by David Cronenberg and produced by Robert Lantos. The film is said to have a Cannes premiere in May before releasing worldwide in theatres sometime in June.
Here you go! This is all you need to brush up on before waiting for the 22nd May premiere at the 75th Cannes Film Festival.