David Fincher And Trent Reznor Discussing Fight Club: The Musical

It’s been while since I heard any talk about the proposed musical version of Fight Club, but what goes around comes around, and the volume has just gone up on that discussion again.

From Badass Digest we learn that David Fincher has recently been discussing plans for the show with Trent Reznor. They got this information second hand, having heard from Akihiro Kitamura, the man who played the front of the Human Centipede, who last night attended a SAG screening of The Social Network and Q&A with Fincher, and that’s where the director revealed he and Reznor have been having discussions.

It’s the “recently” that’s crucial. If the musical makes any further steps along the way, we’ll let you know. In the meantime, we have another Fincher and Reznor collaboration to wait for.

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