"Fight Club" rules are broken down in the incredibly popular film "Fight Club" starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt. It tells a story about a everyday American guy who befriends…
He may be going back to his roots of scaring the sh*t out of people.
Hide the children!
Before it gets yanked, that is.
Europe always gets the cool stuff first.
Sony is a very attractive distribution partner for MGM and clearly “wants it.” The James Bond distribution rights, that is.
Sony Pictures is still searching for a way to get Angelina Jolie to dress up in golden snake jewelry.
Look out, “Mad Men,” “House Of Cards” might drink your milkshake.
Spacey. Fincher. Thatcher.
This week we shackle our Best Director contenders together by the ankles, slather them in honey, toss them in the bear cage with an 800 pound grizzly and a pair of bolt cutters to see who among them has the will to survive.
Director David Fincher’s upcoming The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is continuing to announce new cast members, even though it’s set to premiere at the end of 2011.
Don’t rule out a David Fincher-directed Piranha 3D sequel. The acclaimed director has revealed himself as a man after our own hearts with his radical approach to marketing The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
It’s really just a thrill to be nominated. Unless you’re M. Night Shyamalan. Then it’s a miracle.
While speaking at something geeky recently, Sean Parker revealed that ‘The Social Network’ isn’t very factual. We kinda figured that out when they cast Timberlake to play him.
You know a director has clout when his casting an actor can broker a distribution deal for that the actor starred in six months ago.
It’s not that unusual for parts remaining to be cast even at this late date — today’s example is Yorick van Wageningen.
It’s about as shocking as Farmville requests flooding your feed. Why do critics hate Andy’s toys?
They’re even cyberpunkier than the last!
What Would Tyler Durden Do? He’d probably siiiiiiing!
Hmmm. Haven’t heard too much about The Goon for awhile. Somebody’d better check in with the producer David Fincher about that.
We’ve seen butt-cam versions of Rooney Mara on the Girl With The Dragon Tattoo set, but now we have our first official look of her looking like butt.
Nine Inch Nails frontman and Social Network co-composer Trent Reznor will add his unique stylings to David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo score.
While I’m sure this list will be altered as the year progresses and new information comes to light, I’ve made a preliminary rundown of 11 films I refuse to miss in 2011, all others be damned.
Good news! You’re going to have the opportunity to spend another $12 on seeing The Social Network this weekend.
Every time the Alien series comes out again on DVD, or now Blu Ray, we always focus on Alien and Aliens. We kind of know everything there is to know about the classics. Wouldn’t it be interesting to really find out what went wrong with Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection?
More after the jump…
New photos from the set of David Fincher's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo reveal Daniel Craig will look like Daniel Craig. Question though, is there a wardrobe stylist on this movie? If so, does she know how to use an iron? Those pants are just…. oh my God. I can't believe he went out in public wearing pants that wrinkled. C'mon, is he playing a journalist or a blogger? Step it up, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo stylist!! Pants that wrinkled will never earn a nomination in one of those boring Oscar categories. (Just Jared)
Check out a pic of a punked-out Rooney Mara after the jump…
Director: David Fincher
Cast: Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Stellan Skarsgard, Christopher Plummer, Robin Wright
Synopsis: A journalist and a computer hacker team up to solve a 40-year-old murder.
Release Date: December 21, 2011
JoBlo put together an awesome montage of all of director David Fincher's work, and DAMN is that man talented. I've always greatly admired his ability to utilize his unique visuals while still telling an emotionally rich story. Se7en is one of my favorite movies of all time, and that film completely lacks any fancy camera tricks. Sometimes Fincher goes a tad wild with the CG shots (did we really need to push into the keyhole in Panic Room?), but he always entertains. You leave a Fincher film feeling like you just saw an honest to goodness film. It doesn't even matter how many exhausted actors he forced through 70+ takes to get the shots right.
Treat your eyes to the montage below.
Tomorrow, The Social Network hits theaters, and if the early buzz is any indication, it should be a major success. Even if it fails to deliver at the box office, critical reception has been so positive that the film is already considered an Oscar contender. And it’s easy to see why. After all, who doesn’t love a good story of betrayal? While the events depicted in The Social Network are hotly contested by Facebook co-creator Mark Zuckerberg, a film involving friends back stabbing friends over a billion dollar idea seems a lot more watchable than a film about some guys coding a website.
In honor of The Social Network, here are 13 classic betrayals from the world of cinema.
The Social Network is the movie of the year. If Coppola were into computers, this would be The Godfather. Should I have gone with Scorsese and Goodfellas? I think it’s…