So when David Cronenberg talks about a possible sequel, antennae perk up. As he told Shock Till You Drop, when asked about the possible reboot, Cronenberg said, "'The Fly' is not exactly a remake, it's sort of a sequel, kinda. Yeah, that was a thing. I've written a script of that, and I don't know if that's going to really happen, but that has to do with Fox."
There is no question that if this film isn't made, that script needs to be published, like, yesterday. Or maybe made into a comic or something. Will it reference the events of THE FLY 2, or ignore the sequel altogether? Will it be more of a thematic sequel than a literal one? Will it continue the Brundle story (what there is of one, considering how the first film ended)? The possibilities are endless.
Perhaps it's too much of a good thing, or a fragile balance that is screwed up by another film. But for certain, Fox should look into it. THE FLY has a huge fanbase, much like John Carpenter's THE THING, and it's not dated at all as a film. Let's all puke on some donuts in anticipation!