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Every David Fincher Film, Ranked From Worst to Best

It's been five years since the release of "The Social Network" (on October 1, 2010), and it still feels like David Fincher was robbed of the Oscar. His account of the birth pangs of Facebook was a movie about the way we live now, structured...Show More Summary

NYFF Film Review: The Witness

A million bucks says this gets turned into a David Fincher film.

Another auteur digs into the work of the Master of Suspense in this trailer for HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT!

The doc premieres on December 2nd. Read the full article on AICN Someone made a doc of HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT, and got a whole mess of filmmakers, including Martin Scorsese, David Fincher, Wes Anderson, Paul Schraders, Richard Linklater,...Show More Summary

Another Girl With The Dragon Tattoo? Here's The Latest

It's now been 4 years since David Fincher's re-imagining of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. The film was met with generally favorable reviews, but its $232.6 million return from a $90 million budget meant that the intended sequels soon took a step backwards. Show More Summary

10 New York Film Festival Movies You're Going To Hear A Lot About

Around this time last year, Gone Girl made its premiere at the New York Film Festival in Manhattan. Director David Fincher, author Gillian Flynn and the stars came out to discuss the film, which would go on to rake in a number of Oscar nominations. Show More Summary

Hey Horror Fans! We Have to Talk About Your Elitism

Today marks the 20th anniversary of David Fincher’s phenomenal thriller/horror Se7en, which featured the amazing cast of Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow, R. Lee Ermey, and Kevin Spacey. It’s a movie that has withstood the test of time, one of those rare 90’s films that doesn’t feel dated or any less relevant as time […]

David Fincher's SE7EN turns 20 today, what's in the box?!

What's in the box?! Why, nothing sinister, just a gift for SE7EN. It turns 20-years-old today! Don't eat too much cake, you glutton. Not breaking news or occasion to geek-out, just a quick reminder that on September 22, 1995, the movie...Show More Summary

The A-List Actor Who Almost Starred In Se7en

You'll probably find a number of stories floating around the next few days about David Fincher's Se7en, and with good reason. It was 20 years ago this week that the haunting thriller found its way into theaters. In the years since then,...Show More Summary

'Seven': 20 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About David Fincher's Classic

Two decades later, we're still totally creeped out by "Seven." The seven-deadly-sins-inspired serial killer thriller, which opened 20 years ago this week (on September 22, 1995), helped put director David Fincher on the map and marked a career milestone for stars Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Spacey. Show More Summary

Brilliant Video Dives Deep In The Brutal Ending Of David Fincher's Se7en

There's no denying the fact that Se7en possesses one of the most brutal endings in Hollywood history. Those of you who haven't seen it are truly missing out, especially because it also means that you can't watch the below video, which goes into minute detail about how David Fincher, Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Spacey forged the iconic scene. Show More Summary

Newswire: Bryan Singer’s next movie will be 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

Here’s some nice throwback news: For the first time in over a year, somebody is making a movie based on Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. This time it isn’t the Smallville people or David Fincher, though, it’s Bryan Singer....Show More Summary

A Remake Of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Is Coming From the Director Of X-Men

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Rumors of a 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea remake have been around for years. David Fincher had been attached since 2010 but could never get his vision off the ground. Now, another A-list director has taken control of the Nautilus: Bryan Singer. Read more...

Bryan Singer's Next Non-X-Men Movie Will Adapt A Classic Novel

We learned late last year that director David Fincher would no longer be working on his own adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea - and it seems that news opened a door for director Bryan Singer. We know this because the filmmaker...Show More Summary

Coming Distractions: Michael Fassbender still plays Steve Jobs in new Steve Jobs trailer

A new trailer has been released for that Steve Jobs movie. No, not that one—that one already came out. So did that Ashton Kutcher one. We’re talking about the Danny Boyle Steve Jobs movie, which used to be the David Fincher Steve Jobs...Show More Summary

How Kate Winslet Wigged Out To Play ‘Steve Jobs’ Work Wife – TIFF Video

The second coming of the Steve Jobs biopic, scripted this time around by Aaron Sorkin, has had an epic journey to the screen: It hopped from Sony to Universal, it jumped director chairs from David Fincher to Danny Boyle, and the project circled Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale before Michael Fassbender locked down the title role. Show More Summary

A Breakdown of All the Nifty Tricks and Happy Accidents That Made Se7en’s Ending So Haunting

David Fincher’s Se7en is both masterfully crafted and also very difficult to watch, and the ending plays no small part in this. In this “Art of the Scene” video, CineFix recounts all of the cinematic tricks and twists of fate that saved...Show More Summary

Here’s the Actual ‘What Do You Mean?’ Video for You, From the Biebs

As part of VMA Day, Biebs unspooled the main video for "What Do You Mean?" (you can watch the lyric video here). This one is kind of like David Fincher's The Game, except it's a five-minute music vid about a really cool, intricate date, instead of a 129-minute movie about... More »

Fight Club Made With Kids Is Much Funnier Than The Real Fight Club

When you think of David Fincher's 1999 film Fight Club, a number of words may come to mind: macho, violent, soap. Chances are, however, when you think of the Brad Pitt and Edward Norton-starring flick, the first description you think of is not adorable. Show More Summary

A G-Rated Animated Version of ‘Fight Club’

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

This is your childhood, and it’s ending one summer at a time. Benny and Rafi Fine of The Fine Brothers have created an animated and G-rated version of the David Fincher film Fight Club. The animation is similar to a Mashable video from earlier in 2015 when author Chuck Palahniuk read a children’s book version of Fight Club, the novel […]

Fight Club: Revisiting the Mayhem

Sixteen years after its release, Fight Club, still remains one of the most talked about movies from the 1990s. Directed by by David Fincher, the movie follows the story of an office worker, played by Edward Norton, who forms an underground fight club with soap maker Tyler Durden, played by Brad Pitt. Show More Summary

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