Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs — a gigantic game of musical chairs that has seen David Fincher, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christian Bale, and Sony all think differently about their involvement — started filming this week, which means it is now a lot harder for everyone in the cast to quit. Here is the official list of actors who... More »
Like some lunatic hybrid of David Fincher's "The Game" and Takashi Miike's "Audition" reimagined as a comedy, "R100" revolves around a one-year subscription to an S&M service — much like a fruit-of-the-month club, only with a selection of dominatrixes paying surprise visits to...
It's only been a few months since the theatrical release of Gone Girl, but as we learned yesterday, director David Fincher, writer Gillian Flynn, and star Ben Affleck are all very much itching to get back to work together. It's beenShow More Summary
Gone Girl director David Fincher and actor Ben Affleck have signed on with a new Hitchcock remake.
It’s a classic good news/bad news scenario: the good news is that director David Fincher, screenwriter Gillian Flynn, and star Ben Affleck are looking to reteam after the critical and popular success of last fall’s … Read More
With a box office draw of $365 million worldwide, and a rating of 89% on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s fair to say that both critics and audiences loved David Fincher’s last film, Gone Girl, which was adapted into a screenplay by the author of the original book. Show More Summary
I was watching Gone Girl for the fourth time and admiring how David Fincher (and his cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth) majestically shot Ben Affleck‘s character Nick Dunne’s cat and I began to wonder about the cat’s true role in the story. Show More Summary
Fresh off their success with Gone Girl, Ben Affleck and David Fincher are re-teaming to take a Hitchcock classic and giving it a contemporary touch. Gone Girl author and screenwriter, Gillian Flynn is in talks to write the screenplay to the film that will be simply called Strangers. Show More Summary
We're getting the gang back together.
For the record, I personally thought Gone Girl was a great movie. Rosamund Pike was poetically perfect as "Amazing Amy" Dunne and her performance still haunts our dreams. That said, the David Fincher film was not without its faults,Show More Summary
Warner Bros.' remake would reunite David Fincher, Ben Affleck & Gillian Flynn The post The Gone Girl Team Wants to Remake Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
After the massive success of GONE GIRL, David Fincher, Ben Affleck and writer Gillian Flynn are taking on an entirely new challenge – a remake of Hitchcock’s classic STRANGERS ON A TRAIN. Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella...Show More Summary
After delivering the critically acclaimed and box office success that was Gone Girl, director David Fincher, star Ben Affleck and writer Gillian Flynn are looking to reteam on another project, and it's probably going to raise some eyebrows. Show More Summary
California Attorney General Kamala Harris announces bid for U.S. Senate in 2016. Elizabeth Warren will not be running for President in 2016. Ben Affleck and David Fincher to team up once more for a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers on...
Although it has not been received as warmly as some other movies we could mention this awards season, Gone Girl has been great both for star Ben Affleck, who successfully proved that he can play a total creep, and for director David Fincher. Show More Summary
Ben Affleck and his “Gone Girl” collaborators are reteaming to remake a classic thriller.
Author Gillian Flynn has been talking recently about the idea of potentially reteaming with the likes of director David Fincher and Ben Affleck for a sequel to Gone Girl - but while that project is likely years away, the trio is now getting set to work on a completely different project all together. Show More Summary
Ben Affleck reunites with 'Gone Girl' director David Fincher and writer Gillian Flynn for a remake of Hitchcock's 'Strangers on a Train'. [...]
David Fincher and Ben Affleck must have loved working together: Deadline reports that the director and star of the very Hitchcockian Gone Girl—one of quite a few very Hitchcockian Fincher movies—are set to remake Hitchcock’s 1951 classic Strangers on a Train. Show More Summary
"Gone Girl" director David Fincher, star Ben Affleck and screenwriter Gillian Flynn will get reacquainted for "Strangers," a Warner Bros. remake of the Alfred Hitchcock thriller "Strangers on a Train," the Los Angeles Times has confirmed.