Its my first time in Vegas, said the filmmaker today at his presentation, where he was introducing the entire trailer for his next Cannes film, titled Its my first time.
I have to thank the people at NEON for me introducing me to Caesars Palace, said the narrator.
Seems appropriate location to launch our offensive on the planet with Crimes of the Future, Cronenberg said. The trailer was exclusive to the room and will be dismissed next week.
Lea Seydoux, who plays her in the pic, is set to premiere at Cannes, with a theatrical release in June.
Cronenberg, the filmmaker, took the stage with Robert Lantos, who introduced the film to exhibitors at the annual confab, and said it was "loved by some people and equally reviled by others."
In avant-garde performances, Saul Tenser (Mortensen) and his partner Caprice (Seydoux) demonstrate the metamorphosis of his organs, revealing a mysterious group whose aim is to use Saul's notoriety to explain the future unfolding.
Seydoux performs a sonogram on Mortensen's abdomen as he approaches it later and often in a vertical pod. There are also photographs of gruesome bodily incisions, which resemble the Aliens in Ridley Scott's sci-fi films. There are also a variety of scenarios of cutting up the body, a stitched face, and Kristen Stewart adding a sucking device to her eye. The movie will take a journey.
Cronenberg's first original sci-fi adaptation since eXistenZ was founded in 1999.
The Serendipity Point Films and Argonauts co-production from Crimes of the Future is done in collaboration with Ingenious Media, Coficine, and Telefilm Canada, with the help of EKOME.
In the early months of this month, Neon unveiled a debut teaser for the sci-fi thriller.