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20 Century Fox has released a new trailer for the upcoming film Gone Girl. The latest film from director David Fincher has Ben Affleck as a man whose wife (Rosamund Pike) has gone missing on the night of their fifth …
A second trailer was posted for Gone Girl, the new David Fincher directed movie starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris and Sela Ward. The mystery-thriller is based on the novel by Gillian Flynn and tells the story of …
Since it doesn’t seem like the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo sequels are happening over at Sony anytime soon….
Yup, this has just jumped to the top of my most anticipated films list.
So a Social Network reunion is not to be, as of now. Alas.
This is only 19 seconds and it’s overlayed with some Entertainment Tonight reporter explaining the basic plot points of the movie, but…
From one Batman to another. David Fincher has zeroed in on the ideal person to play Steve Jobs in the biopic he may be directing from Aaron Sorkin’s script, and The Wrap reports it’s Gone Girl star Ben Affleck’s predecessor, …
….or he may not. This is the great debate of the day (okay, except for all that Star Wars chatter).
The British series is already in production on a second season.
This makes it three in a row and I hope this collaboration never, ever ends.
Now, whether you’ve read the book or not, you’ll be experiencing Gone Girl for the very first time in that theater.
Hopefully there are actual stills from the movie itself on the inside pages.
I just jumped into the first episode, adjusted my audio option and, poof, there was David Fincher.
In the midst of the Argo/Batman hoopla, one easily forgets Ben Affleck is also fronting another Big Deal movie.
Amongst the directors for the second run of House of Cards are James Foley, Jodie Foster and Carl Franklin.
If there’s any other casting news that matters aside from Marvel in negotiations with the two newest members of the MCU family, you will find it here.
Cohen wanted a gritty R-rated tell-all and the band most certainly didn’t.