David Cronenberg - the Canadian filmmaker behind stone cold classics like The Fly, The Dead Zone and A History of Violence has gone a little skew-ways in recent years.
While Eastern Promises has its fans, A Dangerous Method was shockingly dull and Cosmopolis basically made no sense. Can he get back on track with Maps to the Stars?
It's hard to know. There's a great cast here, including the shockingly youthful looking Julianne Moore,Mia Wasikowska and returning players Robert Pattinson and Sarah Gadon. And there's a very screwed up story about child stars, limo drivers, self-help books and ghosts which sounds right up his alley.
Then there's this trailer, which is more accurately a promotional tool being used to try to sell the picture right now. So beware of spoilers, some language and a tiny glimpse of flesh.
I'm really not sure what to think about it yet. But I am sorry that Pattinson appears to be in some kind of limo purgatory in Cronenberg's flicks.
Maps to the Stars releases in France and Italy in May 2014, no further release dates have been confirmed.