David Fincher is one of my favorite filmmakers still working today. He's a master of style and storytelling, with ten excellent films under his belt so far. Video editor Jacob Swinney has put together a new video essay taking a closer look at Fincher's extreme close-ups (he's made videos on Tarantino's "ECUs" and PTA's "ECUs", too). Show More Summary
You may have seen Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård at work in flicks like Good Will Hunting, Dancer in the Dark, and David Fincher's version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. He's always interesting to watch, and that's no different...Show More Summary
Who’s ready for another psycho-thriller? After David Fincher and Rosamund Pike brought Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl to life with aplomb in 2014, now it’s the turn of Paula Hawkins’ best-seller The Girl on the Train to get the big screen...Show More Summary
David Fincher’s 2010 film, The Social Network, did a great job of capturing the early days of Facebook and giving us a glimpse into the life of college-going Mark Zuckerberg. What it failed to show us was just how much of a startup bro young Zuck was back in the day. Show More Summary
Almost eight years ago director David Fincher optioned the movie rights to Eric Powell‘s Dark Horse comic book series The Goon, which started back in 1999. Over the years, Blur’s animated project has struggled to acquire financing. Back in 2013, after a successful Kickstarter campaign, Powell said the comic book adaptation was still moving forward. Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin has collaborated with some of the best filmmakers working today. Bennett Miller (Moneyball), Danny Boyle (Steve Jobs), and David Fincher (The Social Network) — all of them made first-rate films out of Sorkin’s first-rate writing. Show More Summary
Aaron Sorkin is a douchenozzle. It is known. Let's put that aside for one brief moment, however, to hear his telling of how David Fincher, and Scott Rudin worked to make The Social Network as great as it is. Bearing...
Jonathan Groff will be hanging up his crown as King George in Hamilton. We all knew it would be coming: Groff will play the lead in David Fincher's Netflix drama, Mindhunter, based on a book by an FBI special agent who profiles and tracks serial killers. Rory O'Malley, who will... More »
Lights Out‘s (the boxing movie) Holt McCallany has been cast as the lead in “Mindhunter,” Netflix’s crime drama series executive produced by David Fincher and Charlize Theron, Deradline reports. This marks a reunion with Fincher, his director in Alien3 and Fight Club! Written by playwright Joe Penhall and Scott Buck, “Mindhunter” is based on the […]
"Nerves go away, mistakes don't go away," the actress and EP tells THR about helming four episodes of the Netflix drama. "There's always something to learn." read more
David Fincher’s profiling crew has now been fully assembled, as Deadline reports that the director-producer has enlisted an old friend (well, collaborator) to lead his Mindhunter series for Netflix. Blue Bloods’ Holt McCallany, who worked...Show More Summary
Before the towers come down in the grand finale, Edward Norton’s character in David Fincher’s 1999 classic Fight Club learns that he has a split personality. His alter ego, for which he spends the majority of the film bantering with, is Tyler Durden, played by Brad Pitt. While the audience can see Durden, he’s just […]
The "Gangster Squad" star will reunite with Fincher in order to play Bill Tench, an "inquisitive, skilled and forward-thinking detective."
'Lights Out' alum Holt McCallany joins 'Fringe's' Anna Torv and 'Looking's' Jonathan Groff. read more
Holt McCallany has been cast as the lead in Mindhunter, Netflix’s crime drama series executive produced by David Fincher and Charlize Theron, sources said. This marks a second series starring role for McCallany, following his well received...Show More Summary
Back in 2010, Mindhunter was set up at HBO, but the David Fincher-produced show recently found a new home at Netflix. Following a successful collaboration on House of Cards, Fincher, along with Charlize Theron, is adapting John Douglas and Mark Olshaker‘s book, “Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit,” for the streaming service. Show More Summary
She will play a psychologist named Wendy opposite Jonathan Groff in the series The post Anna Torv to Headline David Fincher’s Netflix Series Mind Hunter appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
After years of working on the Freddie Mercury biopic, Sacha Baron Cohen parted ways with the project over “creative differences.” Cohen envisioned a warts-and-all, honest bio film, but the remaining members of Queen, unfortunately, were not supportive of that vision. Show More Summary
Anna Torv returns to TV to play a psychologist in David Fincher's upcoming crime drama on Netflix.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Freddie Mercury biopic had it all: a Peter Morgan written screenplay, David Fincher and Tom Hooper's interests as possible directors, and Cohen himself possessing a pretty spot-on likeness for the man himself. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary