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14 Things You Might Not Know About Se7en

yesterdayHumor / odd : Neatorama

Brad Pitt went through the wringer during the filming of David Fincher's 1995 drama Se7en, in more ways than one. While filming a scene in which his character gives chase to a suspect in the rain, Pitt fell and his arm went through a windshield, severing his tendon down to the bone. Show More Summary

Gillian Flynn Will Ensure That Steve McQueen’s New Film Has Four Cool Girls

Gillian Flynn's already proven herself as a screenwriter, adapting her novel Gone Girl for David Fincher's film last year. Now the Hollywood Reporter is reporting she'll do the same for Lynda La Plante's British miniseres, Prime Suspect. Flynn has been tapped to adapt the miniseries for Steve McQueen's next film, Widows.... More »

Fun Facts About David Fincher’s 1999 Film ‘Fight Club’ That You May Not Have Known

3 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

In the latest video from ScreenCrush, narrator and editor Nick Murphy highlights 20 fun facts about David Fincher‘s 1999 film Fight Club that you may not have known. Did you know that director David Fincher says there is a Starbucks coffee cup hidden in every scene of the movie? More Fight Club facts in our […]

Newswire: J.K. Simmons to yell at Navy SEALs in The Lake

What is it about toy box, tinkerer-type filmmakers and deep water? Before James Cameron and his mini-subs, before David Fincher and his perennially unproduced 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, there was Luc Besson and The Big Blue, the biggest-grossing French film of the 1980s. Show More Summary

Chuck Palahniuk's 'Lullaby' Novel Picked Up for Indie Film Adaptation

The work of Chuck Palahniuk has seen two big screen adaptations ranging from David Fincher's wild Fight Club to Clark Gregg's dark sexual comedy Choke (yes, Agent Coulson from  i directed that movie). And now the author's fifth novel, Lullaby, will get the feature film treatment, and this time it falls on the side of independent cinema. Show More Summary

Se7en Ending: What Is And Could Have Been In The Box

Se7en is regarded as the definitive David Fincher film. Not only does the bleak thriller embrace its grim and anti-Hollywood agenda with glee, but Fincher uses every cinematic trick available to keep the audience glued to the precipice of their seats, while slowly lulling them into his horrid world. Show More Summary

Scenic Routes: With The Social Network, David Fincher made staring at a laptop thrilling

In Scenic Routes, Mike D’Angelo looks at key movie scenes, explaining how they work and what they mean. When it was announced a few years back that David Fincher would be directing what most people were then calling “the Facebook movie,” I reflexively cringed. Show More Summary

Peter Dinklage Joining Christian Bale for 'The Deep Blue Good-by'

After Gone Girl star Rosamund Pike, fresh off an Oscar nomination for her performance in the David Fincher film, joined Christian Bale in the forthcoming adaptation of John D. MacDonald's novel The Deep Blue Good-by, two more supporting stars have come aboard as well. Show More Summary

Katharine Emmer Paid For Her Debut Film With Money She Made As A Nanny (And Got It Into SXSW)

The day South by Southwest announced Katharine Emmer's debut feature, "Life in Color," had made it into this year's lineup, she ran into David Fincher at a restaurant. Emboldened by the good news, Emmer walked up to the acclaimed director and told him about her film. "He was so congratulatory and wanted to shake my hand. Show More Summary

Here Are David Fincher’s 10 Favorite Movies About Suicide

One man’s meat is another man’s poison and all that, so keep that notion in mind while perusing Fight… Read More


3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Let's take an in-depth look at David Fincher's $262m-grossing Franchise Killer.

Dark Places Trailer Has Charlize Theron Solving A Horrific Mystery

Late last year, author Gillian Flynn found her work on the big screen for the first time thanks to David Fincher's adaptation of her novel Gone Girl. Now we're already seeing a trailer for the second film based on one of her books - and it looks pretty damn creepy. Show More Summary

Charlize Theron in the French Trailer for Gillian Flynn's 'Dark Places'

"I was eight the night they were killed and suddenly I was famous" For those unaware, Gillian Flynn is the author behind the book turned into last year's Gone Girl adaptation by David Fincher, which caused quite a stir. This book, Dark...Show More Summary

‘Dark Places’ Poster: Charlize Theron Curls Up for New Gillian Flynn Adaptation

Gillian Flynn was a star author before last year’s release of Gone Girl, directed by David Fincher. But that adaptation of Flynn’s novel elevated her name significantly. Not only did she script Gone Girl, but she and Fincher have teamed...Show More Summary

Sex Criminals TV Series: Matt Fraction Adapting Comic For Universal

One of my current favorite comic book writers is Matt Fraction, and his Sex Criminals is one of my favorite on-going comic book series of the moment. I once half seriously joked on Twitter that David Fincher should direct the live action adaptation based on a screenplay adaptation from Chuck Palahniuk and John August. Show More Summary

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo 2 Probably Isn't Happening

When The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo hit back in 2011, it seemed a foregone conclusion that David Fincher's adaptation of the Swedish novel and film trilogy would get right to work on a second chapter. That, however, has yet to happen due to a number of reasons; notably, its somewhat disappointing box-office performance. Show More Summary

Hey Oscars, Thanks For Spoiling Gone Girl

If you've been patiently waiting for an opportunity to see David Fincher's Gone Girl, having not had the chance to do so in the time since it was released last fall, I sure hope that you didn't watch tonight's broadcast of the 87th annual Academy Awards. Show More Summary

David Fincher’s HBO Comedy ‘Living On Video’ Recasts Lead

I've learned that David Fincher has recast the lead in his HBO comedy project Living On Video. No one is commenting, but I hear the role will be played by 19-year-old Red Band Society star Charlie Rowe. Tyler Ross (The Killing) was originally...Show More Summary

Tyler Ross To Star In David Fincher’s HBO Comedy ‘Living On Video’, Sam Page Cast

I’ve learned that Tyler Ross (The Killing) has landed the lead in David Fincher’s HBO comedy Living On Video. I also hear that Sam Page (Mad Men) has been cast in the project, which has been shrouded in secrecy. Reps for HBO and theShow More Summary

David Fincher’s HBO 1980s Music Video Industry Pilot Eyes Quartet Of Actors

As is typical for a David Fincher project, everything surrounding his half-hour HBO pilot Living On Video is being shrouded in secrecy. No one is commenting but I hear four actors — Thomas Mann (Project X), Jason Flemyng (The Missing),...Show More Summary

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