The last few months have seen David Fincher hanging on tenterhooks down at Disney, waiting for a decision on his proposed remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
House of Cards’ full, thirteen episode first season launched at Netflix today, globally.
It’s not like these stories are actually about Mikael Blomkvist or anything.
The entire first series of House of Cards is going to drop onto Netflix this Friday.
The odd couple. Could either of them have the job already? Or come back later in the series?
A BBC classic remade with all the pizazz that Fincher can figure.
I really don’t support their Kickstarter, but I do have a positive solution to offer.
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Providing that anybody is going at all.
The Goon is alive! Sort of. And you can make it so! Kind of.
No Ashton Kutchers allowed. Sony are (now officially) having Aaron Sorkin write the screenplay for Steve Jobs, an adaptation of Walter Isaacson‘s hugely best-selling biopic of the Apple magnate. There’s no more information – no clue on who will star, …
The current issue of Vogue features a rather large fold-out advertisement for RED cameras. The focus of the ad is a pair of pictures of Rooney Mara, shot by Fincher on the RED Epic.
Ryan King writes for Bleeding Cool. He’s been talking to Eric Powell at WonderCon. Ryan King: Allow me to begin by saying congratulations on the constant success of your Dark Horse comic series The Goon. The quirky sense of humor, …
If there’s one thing that Hollywood investors should learn, it’s that you shouldn’t get anywhere near a David Fincher project unless you’re willing to be very flexible with your budget. Flexible in an upward direction, of course. Netflix are learning …
This imminent new Apple Television that’s just going to merge the computer and the goggle box once and for all has been a long time coming, but it’s going to land smack on the nose of the zeitgeist, it seems. …
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While it’s increasingly clear that Sony want to get The Girl Who Played With Fire and The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest up on screen, it’s not so obvious quite how it’s going to happen. Daniel Craig and Rooney …
Sony recently suggested that they would push ahead and get going on sequels to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo despite the slow-ish box-office of this first installment. We now have a slightly better idea of what their specific game plan is.
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David Fincher’s adaptation of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo may not have performed as well as hoped, but Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal insists that the film is far from a flop, and that a sequel is still planned. …