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Cronenberg has cited William S. Burroughs and Vladimir Nabokov as influences.
Cronenberg has said that his films should be seen " from the point of view of the disease ", and that, for example, he identifies with the characters in Shivers after they become infected with the anarchic parasites.
Aside from The Dead Zone ( 1983 ) and The Fly, Cronenberg has not generally worked within the world of big-budget, mainstream Hollywood filmmaking, although he has had occasional near misses.
Cronenberg has collaborated with composer Howard Shore on all of his films since The Brood ( 1979 ), ( see List of noted film director and composer collaborations ) with the exception of The Dead Zone ( 1983 ), which was scored by Michael Kamen.
Since 1988's Dead Ringers, Cronenberg has worked with cinematographer Peter Suschitzky on each of his films ( see List of noted film director and cinematographer collaborations ).
In the October 2011 edition of Rue Morgue, Cronenberg stated that he has written a companion piece to his 1986 remake of The Fly, which he would like to direct if given the chance.
Cronenberg has appeared on various " Greatest Director " lists.
Sheen has worked with a wide variety of film directors, such as Richard Attenborough, Francis Ford Coppola, Terrence Malick, David Cronenberg, Mike Nichols, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and Oliver Stone.
Holm has also appeared in two David Cronenberg films, Naked Lunch ( 1991 ) and eXistenZ ( 1999 ) and was Harold Pinter's favourite actor, the playwright once stating: " He puts on my shoe, and it fits!
As a result, Cronenberg has said, Scanners was a nightmare to make.
None of these projects has involved Cronenberg as director.
He also appeared in the 1981 film Scanners, a science fiction / horror film by Canadian director David Cronenberg that has since attained cult film status.
David Cronenberg was surprised when The Fly became embraced as a cultural metaphor for AIDS, since he originally intended the film to be a more general analogy for disease itself, terminal conditions like cancer and, more specifically, the aging process: " If you, or your lover, has AIDS, you watch that film and of course you'll see AIDS in it, but you don't have to have that experience to respond emotionally to the movie and I think that's really its power ; This is not to say that AIDS didn't have an incredible impact on everyone and of course after a certain point people were seeing AIDS stories everywhere so I don't take any offense that people see that in my movie.
Whereas the 1958 original was followed by two sequels, Cronenberg has said that the stories in his films have definitive beginnings and endings, and he has never considered making a sequel to one of his own films, although others have made sequels to Cronenberg films, including Scanners ( 1981 ).
In addition, McCann has worked with such legendary directors as Sidney Lumet, Ken Russell, David Green, Paul Schrader and David Cronenberg.
Campbell has also worked extensively with David Cronenberg, appearing in such films as Naked Lunch, The Dead Zone, Fast Company, and The Brood.
Cronenberg has first been mentioned in 1050 as a part of the Werden-Abbey.
The world-reconned Plier-Company Knipex has its headquarter in Cronenberg.

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Cronenberg also worked for nearly a year on a version of Total Recall but experienced " creative differences " with producers Dino De Laurentiis and Ronald Shusett.
In the late 1990s, Cronenberg was announced as director of a sequel to another Verhoeven film, Basic Instinct, but this also fell through.
In roller hockey, ( also known as rink hockey ) Wuppertal club RSC Cronenberg are current holders of the German championship and the German cup in both men's and women's competitions.
He is also a consistent collaborator with director David Cronenberg, having scored all but one of his films since 1979.
Shore continued to score numerous films from 1995 – 2001, including two David Fincher films, Seven ( 1995 ) The Game ( 1997 ) and The Truth About Cats and Dogs ( 1996 ); also, he collaborated on two films with Cronenberg along with Tom Hanks ' directorial debut, That Thing You Do !.
It was the nearest thing to a conventional science fiction thriller Cronenberg had made up to that point, lacking the sexual content of Shivers, Rabid, or The Brood ; it was also his most profitable film until The Fly six years later.
It was a financial success, and executive producer Victor Solnicki ( who also produced Cronenberg's Scanners and Videodrome ) called it his favorite Cronenberg picture.
This was the first Cronenberg film to be scored by Howard Shore, and is also Shore's first film score.
Videodrome was also nominated for eight Genie Awards with David Cronenberg tying Bob Clark's A Christmas Story for Best Achievement in Direction.
Certain aspects of the transformation from Pogue's draft ( such as the hero's loss of body parts ) were expanded upon, and Cronenberg also layered in his trademark themes of sexuality, body horror, and personal identity.
Pogue's script also featured a baglady being murdered by Geoff in an alley, and Cronenberg revised this so that the woman was killed by vomit-drop ( as with DeWitt's murder at the end of the original draft ) rather than Geoff cutting her throat accidentally ( however, Cronenberg never filmed his version of this sequence, which was written out of the final shooting script ).
There was also a remake of the same name in 1986 directed by David Cronenberg, which itself had a sequel, 1989's The Fly II.
She also played Bianca O ' Blivion in the David Cronenberg horror movie, Videodrome.
The show also included guest appearances by a number of public figures, including David Cronenberg, Rick Salutin, Bob Rae, Hugh Segal, Naomi Klein, Daniel Richler, Angelo Mosca, Linda McQuaig, Cynthia Dale and Noam Chomsky, playing themselves in interviews on the newscast.
" Not only did this high profile attack make it more difficult for Cronenberg to obtain funding for his subsequent movies, but Cronenberg later said Fulford's article also resulted in him being kicked out of his apartment in Toronto due to his landlord's inclusion of a " morality clause " in the lease.
She is the sister of Canadian film director David Cronenberg and the mother of Aaron Woodley, also a filmmaker.
Fnac also holds multiple " forums " throughout the year, which are opportunities for customers to have open dialogue with people such as Pedro Almodóvar, George Lucas, and David Cronenberg, discussions with authors including Paul Auster, Pierre Bourdieu, and Françoise Giroud in addition to exclusive concerts.
In 2006, Cohen was included in the Masters of Horror TV anthology, which also included-but was not limited to-writers and directors as diverse as Dario Argento, Clive Barker, John Carpenter, Richard Chizmar, Don Coscarelli, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg, Joe Dante, Guillermo Del Toro, Ernest Dickerson, Stuart Gordon, James Gunn, Sam Hamm, Tom Holland, Tobe Hooper, Lloyd Kaufman, Mary Lambert, John Landis, Joe R. Lansdale, Bentley Little, H. P.
Actor Nicholas Campbell, who plays William Smith's young sidekick, also went on to appear in three more Cronenberg films, The Brood, The Dead Zone and Naked Lunch.

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For a time it appeared that, as Eastern Promises producer Paul Webster told Screen International, a sequel is in the works that would reunite the key team of Cronenberg, Steven Knight and Viggo Mortensen.
The show's star, John D. LeMay, went on to star in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday, guest star John Shepherd played Tommy Jarvis in Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, and episode director David Cronenberg appeared in Jason X. Fred Mollin, Rob Hedden, and Tom McLoughlin worked behind the scenes of both series.
Nozuka appeared in David Cronenberg ’ s 2012 film Cosmopolis, where he played Eric Packer ’ s ( Robert Pattinson ) currency analyst Michael Chin.

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David Paul Cronenberg, OC, FRSC ( born March 15, 1943 ) is a Canadian filmmaker, screenwriter and actor.
Other regular collaborators include actor Robert Silverman, art director Carol Spier, sound editor Bryan Day, film editor Ronald Sanders, his sister, costume designer Denise Cronenberg, and, from 1979 until 1988, cinematographer Mark Irwin.
Having worked with many Hollywood stars, Cronenberg says that he did not get to make a film with an actor he wanted to work with for a long time, Burt Reynolds.
* March 15-David Cronenberg, filmmaker, screenwriter and occasional actor
Other notable guests included Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry and actor Michael Dorn, film directors James Cameron and David Cronenberg, award-winning CGI animator Steve ' Spaz ' Williams, and renowned paleontologist Richard Leakey.

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