“By the Numbers’ – A Statistical Look at director David Cronenberg’s Career”
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David Cronenberg is back with Crimes of the Future, after an eight-year absence. The Canadian director debuted his latest film at the Cannes Film Festival, but it is now on its way to theatres. Cronenberg will return to the sci-fi genre for the first time since eXistenZ (1999). Cronenberg will team together with Viggo Mortensen, who will star with Léa Seydoux, Kristen Stewart, and Don McKellar in the film.
A Statistical Analysis of David Cronenberg’s Filmography
Years of the great director, 79. Cronenberg was born on March 15, 1943, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His father was a writer and editor of pulp literature, and his mother was a pianist.
On his resume, he has 46 credits as a director. Videodrome (1983), The Dead Zone (1983), The Fly (1986), and Dead Ringers (1986) are among his works of art (1988). Cronenberg has already begun work on his next film, a thriller titled The Shrouds, in which he will reunite with Vincent Cassel after their previous collaborations in Eastern Promises (2007) and A Dangerous Method (2009). (2011).
4: Collaborations between Cronenberg and Viggo Mortensen. They first worked together in A History of Violence (2005), then again in Eastern Promises, A Dangerous Method, and Crimes of the Future. Mortensen was nominated for Best Actor at the 80th Academy Awards for his performance in Eastern Promises as the silent killer Nikolai Luzhin. Naomi Watts, Robert Pattinson, and Vincent Cassel are among Cronenberg’s most fruitful partners.
61: The total amount of money earned in the United States is 61 million dollars. Many critics believe his box-office hit A History of Violence to be a masterpiece. Until someone accuses Tom Stall (Mortensen) of being connected to the Irish mob, he looks to be an ordinary diner proprietor. John Olson’s writing was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay
William Hurt received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor from the Academy.
When he made his long-feature debut, he was 26 years old. Cronenberg directed, wrote, and produced Stereo, a black-and-white sci-fi film about seven young adults who volunteer to undergo brain surgery in order to communicate telepathically, in 1969.
38: Appearances in a number of TV shows and films. The doctor in The Fly, Dr. Wimmer in Jason X (2001), Father Rousell in Resurrection (1999), and the obstetrician in Dead Ringers are among the most prominent characters he has played.
6: Palme d’Or nominations at the Cannes Film Festival. Crash (1996), Spider (2002), A History of Violence, Cosmopolis (2012), Maps to the Stars (2014), and Crimes of the Future were among Cronenberg’s nominees for the award. He was awarded the special Jury Prize in 1996, despite never winning the much-coveted honour.
37: Writer’s credits. Cronenberg prefers to write his own films, or at the very least work on the script when adapting another’s work. Fans never know what to expect from their favourite artists Cronenberg films are known for their contradictory scenarios and grim futuristic settings.