Tag: David Fincher

New Trailer For David Fincher’s GONE GIRL Starring Ben Affleck

July 8, 20140 Comments

Here’s the new trailer for the upcoming thriller GONE GIRL, directed by David Fincher (Se7en, Fight Club) and adapted from the novel by Gillian Flynn. The cast includes Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Patrick Fugit and Carrie Coon. Affleck plays Nick Dunne, a writer who reports his wife missing on their […]

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Hilarious: “Se7en” Ending Shot As YouTube Unboxing Video

June 3, 20140 Comments

You know those videos on YouTube of people unboxing things they’ve gotten just to show off their cool stuff? Well, this hilarious video reimagines the infamous ending from David Fincher’s Se7en as an unboxing video made by Morgan Freeman. From NonRandomNonSense

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Leonardo DiCaprio To Star In New “Steve Jobs” Movie?

April 22, 20140 Comments

Sony Pictures is reportedly eying Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle (28 Days Later) to helm their Steve Jobs biopic, with Leonardo DiCaprio to star. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Boyle and DiCaprio are re-teaming for the film, based on the 2011 best-selling “Steve Jobs” biography by Walter Isaacson. The duo previously worked together on 2000’s The Beach. The […]

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Sacha Baron Cohen Leaves “Freddie Mercury” Bio Film

July 23, 2013

Sacha Baron Cohen has called it quits. It appears that he isn’t seeing eye to eye with the remaining members of Queen who have script and director approval over the film that would tell the life story of singer Freddie Mercury. Sacha Baron Cohen’s name has circled the movie for a long time now and […]

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Sequel to “Fight Club” Will Be A Graphic Novel

July 23, 2013

Chuck Palahniuk is currently working on a sequel to the bestselling novel FIGHT CLUB, which was adapted into a film by David Fincher. He has been in discussion with Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse, all of which are jumping at the opportunity to publish the sequel. Palahniuk said that it will likely be a series […]

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