I've got some "buzz"-kill news for fans of David Cronenberg and, or Musca domestica. Those maggots at Fox have passed on the famed director's followup script for his 1980's horror masterpiece, The Fly, a move which leaves a shitty taste in my mouth. I could make fly jokes all day, but I'd get fired.

"I wrote a script and at the moment Fox is not wanting to do the project," said Cronenberg, who reportedly finished writing the screenplay last month. In the interview, Cronenberg also stated that he may turn his attention to Eastern Promises 2, so at least there's a silver lining.

Perhaps the studio is apprehensive about putting millions of dollars into a movie about household pests. But I find that hard to believe, since Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwreched had no problem getting a green light. Are rodents really preferable to insects?