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After some time away, Wes Craven is, um, craving more work.

The horror film veteran is in talks to direct 'Sunflower', a new horror film written by 'Sons of Anarchy' and 'Heroes' writer Misha Green. The story follows a woman fleeing her checkered past, only to find herself abducted by a sadistic college professor who forces her, as Bloody Disgusting puts it, to "play a part in his twisted world."

After some time away, Wes Craven is, um, craving more work.

The horror film veteran is in talks to direct 'Sunflower', a new horror film written by 'Sons of Anarchy' and 'Heroes' writer Misha Green. The story follows a woman fleeing her checkered past, only to find herself abducted by a sadistic college professor who forces her, as Bloody Disgusting puts it, to "play a part in his twisted world."

The news could signal a major comeback for the legendary director. Though he penned the script for 2009's 'The Last House on the Left,' the last time we saw a Craven-directed film was in 2006's 'Paris, Je T'aime,' when he helmed a sweetly comic vignette starring Rufus Sewell as a romance-challenged bore who gets love advice from the ghost of Oscar Wilde.

But 2010 and 2011 may see Craven return with a pack of more sinister directorial efforts. In addition to 'Sunflower', the director has 'My Soul to Take' slated to hit theaters later this year, and a number of films in development, among them a possible fourth sequel in the 'Scream' series.