GQ: Are you two in talks for another collaboration sometime soon?
Viggo: Yes, we do have something in mind. It's something he wrote a long time ago, and he never got it made. Now he's refined it, and he wants to shoot it. Hopefully, it'll be this summer we'll be filming. I would say, without giving the story away, he's going maybe a little bit back to his origins.
GQ: So, body-horror type stuff?
Viggo: Yeah, it's very interesting. It's almost like a strange film noir story. It's disturbing and it's good, I think. But since his origins, he's obviously developed in terms of technique and self-assurance as a director.
This would be Cronenberg's first movie in seven years, since Maps to the Stars in 2014, so we're seriously overdue this. Then you add in the fact that the last movie Cronenberg made that could be described as "Body Horror" (a hot-as-hell horror genre of the moment that he basically invented, as far as I'm concerned) would be eXistenz all the way back in 1999...