The rights to the life of Steve Jobs were snapped up by Sony right after he passed away, but it certainly didn’t stop another Jobs biopic, which starred Ashton Kutcher, from being rushed into production. While that version didn’t do well, Aaron Sorkin wrote a script for the Sony version, and now David Fincher may be directing.
The Social Network, the story of Facebook, was a hit film for David Fincher, and at one point it even inspired Brett Ratner to try and make a movie about the development of MTV using the same template. Now the story of Twitter may be using the same formula as well, this time as a television series.
David Fincher is the director of Se7en, Fight Club, and The Social Network, and whether you like his work or not, the guy definitely knows how to make a movie.
Speculation as to who will direct the next Star Wars film has been flying fast and furious ever since the deal with Disney was announced.
David Fincher, the director of Se7en, Fight Club, and the Social Network, recently produced the launch trailer for the upcoming Halo 4 video game.
David Fincher was already one of the hottest video directors in Hollywood before he broke through with his second film, Se7en, in 1995.
If you love movies, you love film. For movie fans everywhere, myself included, film is like analog recording for music fans.
David Fincher's Girl With the Dragon Tattoo had been shaping up to be a big blockbuster this winter, with its huge, built in, best-selling book following.
When the rights for Spider-Man finally untangled, many top directors were considered for the gig, including David Fincher, who was also up for a Batman movie after the franchise collapsed with Batman and Robin.
It might seem strange to think of David Fincher, director of Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and Fight Club, in the same sentence as Star Wars, but there are some connections.
David Fincher's US adaptation of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo will hit theaters right before Christmas.
But what about the other two stories in the trilogy: Played With Fire and Kicked the Hornet's Nest?
As you've read here on TG, there was recently a tremendous uproar about the fact that The New Yorker broke an embargo and ran their review of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo a week early.
There’s been talk of a remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea for quite some time. Granted, this isn’t the kind of project you’d associate either David Fincher or Andrew Kevin Walker with.
Right about the beginning or middle of November you usually see a lot of news about the upcoming winter movie schedule. This year, there are a lot promising movies for genre fans and lovers of film alike.
Seven (or Se7en) was the film that broke David Fincher out of bad movie jail, established him as a major A-list filmmaker, and also cemented Brad Pitt's star power, not to mention it still holds up very well today.
David Fincher, the guy behind Se7en, Fight Club and Alien 3, is making a movie about Facebook. We can see the darkness of the theme, but how about decapitations?