Just last week, Sony abandoned the Steve Jobs film that we’ve been waiting (and waiting) for. One that once had Christian Bale lined up as the lead, and David Fincher down as director before Danny Boyle took on the task. Overnight, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal has picked up the project. More »
About a week ago, Sony Pictures suddenly dropped development of the Steve Jobs biopic, a project that didn't stick with director David Fincher or star Christian Bale (twice). But at the time the project was dropped, Slumdog Miillionaire director Danny Boyle and acclaimed actor Michael Fassbender were attached to the project. Show More Summary
It looks like David Fincher will have even more to live up to when he steps behind the camera for Utopia.
Aaron Sorkin's Jobs has already seen David Fincher, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Christian Bale drop out for various reasons, and now Sony has decided to follow in their footsteps. The studio has decided to put the project in turnaround, which means that this is officially the part in the rom-com where Sorkin sits... More »
There's no doubt that Sony Pictures has had some trouble getting the latest Steve Jobs biopic off the ground with David Fincher once in talks to direct, only to fall away and have it land in the hands of Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle. Show More Summary
Thoughts on the ho-hum film version of a book that I found a knockout (made by a director who’s usually a knockout). It’s hard to say why an eagerly anticipated movie – like David Fincher’s Gone Girl – doesn’t work for you. Part of the problem may be the eager anticipation itself. A book you […]
Seasoned British actor Charles Dance opens up about Tywin’s death, working with David Fincher on his first film, and the Oscar bait drama “The Imitation Game.”
When director David Fincher cast Rosamund Pike in "Gone Girl," he asked that she model her performance as the movie's mysterious missing wife, Amy Elliott-Dunne, not on another actress or well-known icon but on Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, the willowy blond bride of John F. Kennedy Jr. who died...
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. Show More Summary
Way back when The Social Network was about to come out, there was all this talk about how Mark Zuckerberg was pissed off about it and never planned to see it. But he did, and he’s spoken out a few times about how inaccurate it was. Now...Show More Summary
What would have happened if director David Fincher had casted cats for the Gone Girl adaptation? The feline fans that run the Pet Collective YouTube channel posted a “cute kitty version” of Gillian Flynn’s thriller story. We’ve embedded the full short film above—what do you think? (via Vanity Fair) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Sofia Coppola (The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation) is the latest marquee Hollywood director enlisted for Wieden+Kennedy’s “Dress Normal” campaign for Gap, following David Fincher‘s efforts in August and taking the reigns of four...Show More Summary
Neil Patrick Harris has been discussing his nude scene in David Fincher's Gone Girl and he's revealed that he has a unique method for preparing his manhood before he steps in front of the camera in his birthday suit. Neil Patrick Harris...Show More Summary
You’ve probably already spotted the Esquire UK post called “Films Stupid People Think Are Clever” where the likes of Christopher Nolan and David Fincher are given the shortest end of the stick. It’s a worthless article that represents the easiest kind of contrarianism: People like these things? Let’s say we don’t like, but not really explain why. Show More Summary
Film writers Fariha Roísín and Sara Black McCulloch are covering the New York Film Festival this year as a series of conversations about the festival and its programming. The third dispatch includes David Fincher's Gone Girl, Josh and Ben Safdie's What Heaven Knows and Nick Broomfield's Tales of the Grim Sleeper. Read more...
Aaron Sorkin confirmed the casting in an interview. Read the full article on AICN So said Aaron Sorkin, and so it was. After David Fincher abandoned Sorkin's JOBS, it was assumed he took Bale, his pic for the title role, along with him. Show More Summary
Those of you who have seen David Fincher's new drama, "Gone Girl," will certainly remember the creepy and ominous abandoned mall visited by police in the semi-fictional town of East Carthage, Missouri. For those of you haven't seen the...Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. Trent Reznor’s film scores for David Fincher (done in collaboration with Atticus Ross) are famous for turning the noises of modern American life into jagged, dystopian soundscapes, with Reznor’s buzzes and bloops mirroring Fincher’s tales of a society gone rotten. Show More Summary
If you haven't headed to theaters to catch David Fincher's latest masterful thriller Gone Girl, then you should rectify that immediately. Fincher is one of the most gifted, meticulous and precise filmmakers working today, and you can...Show More Summary
It’s becoming harder and harder for any filmmaker to get funding for their projects these days. In the past few weeks both David Fincher and Ang Lee have had to withdraw from projects because of the interference from the higher-ups.Show More Summary