Cronenberg Says Return to Horror Not Impossible   

December 29, 2007 David Cronenberg was recently interviewed by Wired.com, and had this to say: "I know fans have nostalgia for the movies that they grew up with, but to redo that would be boring. On the other hand, I wouldn't ever rule out doing another sci-fi or horror film as a matter of course. If something came along that was intriguing and challenging, I wouldn't hesitate."

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