Tag: David Fincher
Gone Girl won the box office this past weekend with its dark and twisted look at a modern marriage and a murder mystery unlike anything you’ve seen on the silver screen before. David Fincher’s latest is a dream blend of suspense, drama, acting, and cynical humor that points a finger squarely at the expectations of our society and makes you wonder what kind of monsters we’re building just below the surface.
At least once a month, Cinelinx will chose one director for an in-depth examination of the “signatures” that they leave behind in their work. With the release of Gone Girl this week, let’s examine the trademark style and calling signs of David Fincher as director.
A pair of movie trailers for some upcoming high profile films have recently been released, so I decided it'd be easier to lump them both together into one convenient spot for you guys to check them out. Come inside to see the first trailer for Ridley Scott's upcoming Biblical epic, and an all new trailer for David Fincher's incredible looking Gone Girl.
For a man with such a diverse list of films to choose from, director David Fincher's future post Dragon Tattoo is a mysterious one. For all we know, he could direct the Dragon Tattoo sequels. Or the Angelina Jolie Cleopatra project he's had in the works for a while. Hell, he still has that 20,000 Under the Leagues remake over at Disney to worry about. Yes, Fincher is a man with many option. But what does he have to say about them? Or the various projects he's producing? And what of his proposed Spider-Man reboot idea, or his dislike of the popular IMAX format? Fincher has something to say about all of them. Read on to find out what.
With the release of David Fincher's highly anticipated adaptation of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo only a few months away, people have been eager for any new footage from the film. With some fans receiving surprise 8-minute trailers around the country last week, the studios have finally brought a shorter (but still about 4 minutes) trailer online...and it's awesome.
You can't imagine how big a David Fincher fan I am. I would go as far as saying that he's one of the best filmmakers working today. His previous three films are all personal favorites of mine: Zodiac, The Social Network, and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (yes, I'm one of the five people on Earth who love that movie). So when I heard Fincher was going to remake the hugely popular foreign movie franchise based on the even more popular Millenium Trilogy, I was a little skeptical. Those films already have a huge following, and would a Fincher directed remake add anything new to the table? Well now, Sony has released the first official teaser trailer for the film. And you know what?
I still don't see it.
Tis the season to give people tiny gold statues. Whether you have realized it or not, Oscar season is upon us all. It's one of the biggest events in the movie industry because, regardless of the worth that these trophies have on swaying the average moviegoer to watch a film, it certainly does wonders to ones resume. So stand up and prepare your acceptance speech; we're going on a journey. We will explore the best and brightest that this year had to offer, from Oscar bait to crowdpleasing blockbusters, we got em' all. And, if we're lucky, we may just be able pluck up the noble few who will be lucky enough to grace the historic Kodak Theater. From Best Picture to Best SFX, we're running down who we think may find themselves with Oscar gold come February 27. Without furthur ado, here's TMP's predictions of the 83rd Annual Academy Award nominees and winners!