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'Gone Girl' Review: David Fincher's Sleazy Prestige Film

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by Mike Ryan September 26, 2014 @ 10:15 PM
Fox
Throughout David Fincher’s adaptation of ‘Gone Girl,’ it was almost as if my subconscious was telling me that this movie shouldn’t be as good as what I was watching. That’s not a slam on Gillian Flynn’s novel (obviously; I haven’t read it), it’s just that the book is presented in such a unique way, which would at least seem almost impossible to pull off – just in a basic book vs. movie sort of way. Look, I understand that this following statement can be said about most movies, but in a less capable director’s hands – and with a less capable cast -- this movie could have easily have been garbage. Actually, this movie should have been garbage.

New 'Gone Girl' TV Spots Mess With Your Head as First Reviews Land

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by Nick Romano September 22, 2014 @ 12:43 PM
20th Century Fox
'Gone Girl,' the sweeping sensation that swept numerous lists of best-selling novels, is getting ready to hit the big screen with David Fincher's highly anticipated adaptation. Ahead of the film's debut at this year's New York Film Festival, a few TV spots have landed to reveal some new footage and mess with our heads a little bit.

Trophy Talk, With Chris and Mike

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by Mike Ryan September 18, 2014 @ 1:11 PM
Getty
People love watching famous people accept trophies. So, every so often, The Huffington Post's Chris Rosen and ScreenCrush's Mike Ryan will speculate about these trophies and which famous person might win one. It will be fun. Let's talk some trophies!

'Gone Girl' Trailer From the 2014 Emmys

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by Nick Romano August 25, 2014 @ 11:22 PM
20th Century Fox
In case you missed it, because you were muting the commercial breaks or what have you, Fox debuted a new 'Gone Girl' trailer during the 2014 Emmys, broadcast on NBC Monday night and showcasing never-before-seen footage of Ben Affleck in this twisted tale from director David Fincher and the original best-selling novel.

'Gone Girl' Trailer: Ben Affleck Is the Most Hated Man in America

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by Nick Romano July 7, 2014 @ 11:11 AM
20th Century Fox
Yes, Ben Affleck is the most hated man in America, but we're not referring to his Batman backlash (though, that has arguably quelled considerably). The latest 'Gone Girl' trailer previews director David Fincher's adaptation of the best-selling novel of the same name, in which Affleck's Nick Dunne becomes the primary suspect in his wife's disappearance and presumed murder.

'Gone Girl' Trailer: Ben Affleck Leads David Fincher's Latest Thriller

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by Damon Houx April 14, 2014 @ 6:25 PM
20th Century Fox
http://youtu.be/JU9PdgB3rsk
David Fincher may not be directing a Steve Jobs biopic, but that doesn't mean he isn't keeping busy as his latest film, 'Gone Girl,' hits theaters later this year. The film, which is based on the best selling novel, stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, and now the first 'Gone Girl' trailer has hit the web.

David Fincher Won't Direct Sony's Steve Jobs Movie

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by Jacob Hall April 14, 2014 @ 4:34 PM
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In a move that really shouldn't surprise too many people, the ever-picky David Fincher is out of the director's chair for the upcoming (and untitled) Steve Jobs biopic, scripted by Aaron Sorkin. The 'Zodiac' and 'The Social Network' director has a reputation for being demanding, and it looks like Sony balked at his requested fee and level of control.

Christian Bale as Steve Jobs? David Fincher Reportedly Has His First Choice

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by Jacob Hall March 20, 2014 @ 2:56 PM
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Just when you thought that the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic couldn't get more interesting, Oscar-winning actor (and former Batman) Christian Bale gets thrown into the mix as the top choice to play the iconic tech genius. This movie doesn't even have a title and it already has our attention.

David Fincher in Talks to Direct the Steve Jobs Biopic

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by Jacob Hall February 26, 2014 @ 10:17 AM
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In 2010, director David Fincher, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and producer Scott Rudin struck box office and Oscar gold with 'The Social Network,' which told the story of Mark Zuckerberg. Now, that same team is looking to officially reunite and tell the story of one of the few people in tech history bigger than the creator of Facebook: Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.