How about a House of Cards marathon on Valentine's Day? All 13 episodes of the second season will premiere on Feb. 14, the company announced on Wednesday. Will House of Cards end after Season 2? Season 2 of the David Fincher political...Show More Summary
Netflix, Amazon and Hulu have all made big investments in original series over the last two years -- but Netflix is the only one with Emmy nominations. Is there more to it than a lack of David Fincher?
In the television world, Netflix has been shaking things up by moving from just streaming existing TV series through Netflix Instant, to creating their own original programming like David Fincher and Kevin Spacey's Emmy-nominated "House...Show More Summary
Ben Affleck is a busy guy. He’s shooting Gone Girl now, for director David Fincher, and then will put on Batman’s outfit for Zack Snyder and Batman vs. Superman. Plus, he’s got his own next directorial effort, Live By Night, ready to go forward. Or it was ready to go, before Snyder’s movie got in […]
Ben Affleck is currently enduring a grueling shoot and will follow it up by getting in the barrel for fanboy nation. Affleck is now filming Gone Girl with David Fincher and will follow it as a turn as the latest big screen Caped Crusader in Zack Snyder‘s 2015 sequel to Man of Steel, Batman vs. Superman. It’s […]
David Fincher‘s films have a very definite style, but he has developed a method of directing that seeks to wring some elements of style out of his actors’ performances. He has said, half-jokingly, “I hate earnestness in performance… usually by Take 17 the earnestness is gone,” and talked about wanting to break down scenes and dialogue […]
Netflix's original series House of Cards garnered the streaming site the most press attention upon its release, and deservedly so. The series stars Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey and features The Social Network director David Fincher as a major player behind the scenes. Show More Summary
(NSFW) Tyler Durden never said anything about watching a speedrun of David Fincher’s cult classic. There are a couple of very offensive jokes here – including a split-second reference – but hey, it’s about Fight Club.
David Fincher’s Gone Girl will be released on October 3, 2014, Fox said this morning as it jiggered its release slate for next fall. Ben Affleck and Roasmund Pike star in the adaptation of the Gillian Flynn novel. To make room, Fox shifted...Show More Summary
Briefly: Release dates have been given to two major films either currently in production, or about to start. The big one is David Fincher‘s latest, Gone Girl, based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn It stars Ben Affleck as a husband accused of killing his wife, played by Rosamund Pike. Fincher is currently shooting [...]
Fox has set a 2014 release date for David Fincher's 'Gone Girl' and pushed 'Frankenstein' back to 2015. Meanwhile, Woody Allen's next project (likely to arrive in 2014) has gotten an official title. The post ‘Gone Girl’ & ‘Frankenstein’ Get New Release Dates; Woody Allen’s Next Film Gets a Title appeared first on Screen Rant.
And David Fincher’s Gone Girl has a release date: October 3, 2014, which you might notice is perfectly timed for Oscar consideration. Ben Affleck wants that acting nomination so, so much.... More »
20th Century Fox has some big stuff on their upcoming slate, from a new David Fincher film to the story of the Bible, and today they've announced a crop of new release dates for some of their projects. According to Box Office Mojo, the...Show More Summary
Acclaimed director of Fight Club and The Social Network, David Fincher‘s attempt at adapting Charles Burns‘ graphic novel Black Hole fell apart a few years back. According to The Hollywood Reporter, however, the project has been resurrected by Brad Pitt‘s Plan B production company. Here’s what Fincher had to say about the film back during […]
Okay, first things first: David Fincher is not on a remake of the 1979 Disney film The Black Hole. That remake is still in flux (though supposedly Joseph Kosinski is/was going to direct that). No, it’s the Charles Burns comic Black Hole that David Fincher is now planning to direct, a project that’s been in [...]
David Fincher’s career has been littered with possible film projects that never made it to the screen. But thanks to Plan B, Brad Pitt’s production company, it looks like one of his projects long considered to be dead might be getting a second chance.
Plan B, Brad Pitt’s production house responsible for World War Z, is moving forward once again with Black Hole, a project that teams Plan B with David Fincher (Zodiac, Alien 3, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and is adapted from the Charles Burns graphic... Read More
News of Charles Burns’ Black Hole being adapted into a movie by David Fincher first surfaced in 2008, part of an era of cautious optimism when it seemed like every dark, cultishly adored graphic novel—from Sandman to Preacher to Y: The Last Man—was well on its way to adaptation. Show More Summary
The film adaptation of Charles Burns’ dark coming-of-age masterpiece, “Black Hole”, has been dead for some time, but it seems there might be some new life in the project. THR reports that David Fincher (Se7en, Fight Club) is set to direct (as he was perviously)... Read More
The film adaptation of Charles Burns’ acclaimed graphic novel Black Hole is back on, and with a great team. Both David Fincher and Brad Pitt are reuniting for the project. Based on Charles Burns’ twelve-issue comic book limited series, the … Continue reading ? The post David Fincher And Brad Pitt Regroup For ‘Black Hole’ Film appeared first on Latino-Review.com.