Well, that’s an enticing array of names. Netflix and David Fincher—who’ve already made magic with House of Cards—are adding Charlize Theron to the mix for drama series Mindhunter, which is based on the true-crime classic by legendary FBI profiler John Douglas.
According to Deadline, David Fincher’s US remake of the Channel 4 series Utopia for HBO is dead, with its actors released from their commitments.
HBO may have killed David Fincher’s Utopia over budget issues. Deadline reports that the show, about fans of a graphic novel and what happens when they find out about a secret sequel, has released its actors.
In what is a pretty big commitment — destined to take up most of 2015 — David Fincher's planning to direct every episode of HBO's adaptation of the British series Utopia.
Before Disney selected J.J. Abrams as the man responsible for ushering in a new era of Star Wars, Gone Girl's David Fincher met with Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy about the possibility of directing Episode VII back in 2012. Whoa.
David Fincher was rumored to be taking on a remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, but now he says he just couldn't do it. Which is a shame, because it sounds like it would have been a totally insane trip.
With the financial success of World War Z and 12 Years a Slave getting all the critical buzz, Brad Pitt's studio Plan B now has oodles of cash and a lot of leg room to get the rest of their slate done. And gloryosky, that could mean the return of David Fincher's adaptation of the fantastic graphic novel Black Hole.
It's common to say that the book is always better than the movie, but sometimes that isn't true. Occasionally, a movie will come along that transforms its source material into something greater than the original. But how often do authors feel that a film adaptation has truly trumped their own work?
There are only five days left to make a movie of Eric Powell's fantastic comic book The Goon. That's how long remains to the movie's Kickstarter campaign. Only five days! And David Fincher and the folks from Blur Studios are so close to getting the funds needed to finish off their R-rated story reel, that will…
It's been years since we've heard news about David Fincher's adaptation of Eric Powell's paranormal comic The Goon. But now the director, Powell, and the team over at Blur Studio have gone rogue in hopes of making The Goon a reality. Together they've started a Kickstarter campaign in hopes of making one massive…
We're still haunted by the oozing hands that smushed Lisbeth Salander's lovely face in David Fincher's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo's title sequence. But what sort of Dragon Tattoo imagery is hidden amongst all these tangled vines of USB cables and "primordial dream ooze"? We spoke with co-founder of Blur and…
We sat down with director David Fincher to discuss the inner workings of the complex character that is The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, or Lisbeth Salander. Find out why Fincher is loathe to dub the crime-fighting hacker a superhero, and what his inspiration was for the much-buzzed-about tar titles from this film.…
David Fincher is bringing your favorite Swedish hacker girl Lisbeth Salander to life in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo — but he almost tackled Spider-Man instead. In our exclusive interview, the director told us how he would have handled the web-slinger... and walked us through his operatic title sequence in great…
You've seen the gruesomely gorgeous trailer for The Goon, produced by David Fincher and voiced by Clancy Brown and Paul Giamatti. But now get a look at never-before-released footage from the 2009 San Diego Comic Con!
The box office has spoken — no longer will the public fork over their wages for derivative movies like The Wolfman or Gulliver's Travels. But does that mean better movies in 2011? Perhaps.
The movie adaptation of Eric Powell's supernatural/scifi crime-fighting comic, The Goon, finally has a teaser trailer, and it'll blow your mind. The David Fincher-produced movie, featuring Paul Giamatti, is amazingly gorgeous — so check it out, ya "slackjaws."
There's a good case to be made that The Social Network is a science fiction movie set in the present, about the way technology transforms human life - often with tragic and unintended consequences. The new trailer delivers on tragedy.
If you've seen ads for David Fincher's upcoming flick The Social Network, you know it's about Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. But the tone is like Fincher classic Fight Club. The Social Network is that rarest of things: a scifi docudrama.
A while back, Disney scrapped Terminator Salvation director McG's darker version of Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. Now Disney's talking with a new director, David Fincher of Fight Club and Se7en. His oeuvre ain't sunshine and rainbows.