Fans of David Cronenberg’s 1986 The Fly have reason to be excited today. Jeff Goldblum has announced that he would want to be a part of another sequel if one ever came to fruition. A sequel to The Fly came in 1989 but neither Jeff Goldblum nor David Cronenberg was affiliated with the film.
The Fly was released in the summer of 1986 and it was met with positive reviews. The movie follows Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum), who is a scientist that invents telepods which can teleport live objects as well as mutilate the tissue of the organisms. Brundle decides to take his experiments one step further and teleport himself but things don’t go according to plan. A fly was accidentally teleported with him which caused him to gain the powers of a fly. It sounds like the origin story for a superhero but things go downhill fairly quickly as his body begins to mutate and deteriorate until he is a fly-human hybrid and ends with Brundle losing his life.
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