The author discussed a possible stage adaptation of his book with David Fincher.
Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic, aptly titled Bill Gates—err, Steve Jobs—has had a lot of bumps in the road on the way to this teaser trailer. First, Christian Bale was set to star, and David Fincher was rumored to direct. Show More Summary
HBO has issued a series order for David Fincher's 'Video Synchronicity', centering on the music video industry in the 1980s.
David Fincher got his start working at ILM many years ago, but really made his first marks as a music video director beginning in the early/mid ’80s. Now he’s helping chronicle the heady and anything-goes days of music video production in Los Angeles circa 1983 in a new HBO show. Show More Summary
A comedy project has been ordered to series by HBO, although the pay-cable channel wasn’t commenting. Deadline.com reports that David Fincher’s “Living On Video” has an order from the channel for a 10-episode first season. The show is set in...
It seems unusual for a TV network to give a series order to a show without announcing it to the general public—how are people supposed to know it’s a show?—but it’s actually more common than you’d think. For example, did you know NBC used to have a series called Community? No, you did not, because NBC didn’t tell anybody about it. Show More Summary
David Fincher gets up to a lot of interesting projects, and his latest will take him to HBO. This morning, it was announced that HBO has picked up Fincher?s brand new comedy project to series. Click To Continue Reading
Marking the two-time Oscar nominee's second series in addition to Netflix's 'House of Cards.' read more
Everyone continues to be mum on David Fincher’s Living On Video, which is yet to be acknowledged by HBO, but I’ve learned that the period comedy quietly has been picked up to series by the network. I had heard that the project filmed two episodes in lieu of a pilot, and the network has ordered 8 more for a 10-episode first-season run. Show More Summary
After turning in an impressive supporting performance in David Fincher's fantastic thriller Gone Girl, it looks like Tyler Perry is moving into blockbuster territory. Variety reports the director and actor has just landed the key role of scientist Baxter Stockman in next summer's sequel Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2. Show More Summary
The Directors Series returns with a look at the period of David Fincher's career where he retreated to selling shoes, only to emerge with Se7en. "Video: Comparing David Fincher’s Nike Commercials with Se7en" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
The folks at Raccord, who run an excellent video series on modern directors, have now fixed their analytical lens on David Fincher. The first segment of their Fincher study covered his initial foray into directing; the second, seen below,...Show More Summary
You've seen The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo over a dozen times, Fight Club was your coming-of-age movie, and you stayed for Kevin Spacey, but started watching House of Cards because David Fincher was executive producing. But what doShow More Summary
Sony may move forward with their 'Girl With the Dragon Tatoo' franchise without David Fincher, combining two of Steig Larsson's books. [...]
Despite being based on a massively popular series of novels, David Fincher's 2011 adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo underperformed. It still made $232 million worldwide, but expectations were through the roof. Show More Summary
When The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo came out in 2011, it was a bit of a head-scratcher. It had stellar reviews (86% on Rotten Tomatoes), had a respected director at the helm (David Fincher), the reigning James Bond (Daniel Craig) featured prominently in the ad campaign, and was based on a very popular book series. Show More Summary
It was good ol’ real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak who first told us — and inestimable celebrity real estate tattletale Lucy Spillerguts who seconded the motion — that two-time Oscar-nominated filmmaker and Emmy-winning “House of Cards” director David Fincher quietly (and via trust) dropped not quite six million bucks for a posh New York City... Read more »
After the critical and commercial success of David Fincher's Gone Girl, expectations for Dark Places, adapted from Gillian Flynn's second novel, have been swelling steadily. Directed by Gilles Paquet-Brenner (the French love the freaky stuff) and starring a coterie of great actresses (Charlize Theron, Christina Hendricks, Chloe Grace Moretz, and... More »
Last year, Gone Girl became far and away director David Fincher's biggest box office hit. Stars Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck garnered rave reviews for their portrayal of the Dunne's, the most dysfunctional couple you'll ever hope to meet, but the male lead, Nick, was almost played by Jon Hamm. Show More Summary