Posted on Thursday, May 3rd, 2012 by Russ Fischer
I’ve written a bit in the past about the effort by David Cronenberg and Dino De Laurentiis to produce Total Recall, a movie based on Philip K. Dick‘s story We Can Remember it for You Wholesale. The short recap is that prior to making The Fly, Cronenberg cranked out a dozen drafts of a Total Recall script and realized at the end of that process that he and Dino were never going to be on the same page. So he moved on, eventually made The Fly, and years later Paul Verhoeven directed the Total Recall that starred Arnold Schwarzenegger.
As is often the case for a development project from major players that is many drafts into the process, concept art was created for Cronenberg’s Total Recall. We’ve just never seen any of it, until now. Read More »