We've been hearing about David Fincher tackling '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' for a couple of years now, and it it's already gone through a number of writers, including Andrew Kevin Walker, Scott Z. Burns, and is currently being worked on by Steve Zaillian. But it looks like Disney getting ready to move forward as they've placed a hold on the director for the next three months, and it sounds like they're courting Brad Pitt to play the lead.
'Fight Club' had one of the best and most subversive marketing campaigns in modern movie history. There were classic teaser posters, the airplane safety card and hilarious PSAs among other examples. Director David Fincher, Brad Pitt, Fox and ad agency Weiden+Kennedy worked together to create a truly memorable campaign, but just because the 'Fight Club' marketing was memorable doesn't mean that we can't add a little bit to it.
The iconic film still inspires people 14 years later to create their own additions to the 'Fight Club' legacy. We've chosen our 10 favorite alternative 'Fight Club' posters created by fans of the film. They're all beautiful to look at and, like any great movie poster, just makes us want to watch the movie again. Check them out below!
One of the 2011's most hyped films was David Fincher's 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.' An adaptation of the hit novel (and remake of the Swedish film), it was hoped that Fincher and company would be adapting the trilogy of books for the big screen. But the follow up, 'The Girl Who Played With Fire,' won't be ready until 2014 at the earliest.
Because David Fincher's 'The Game' was made for the long-defunct Polygram Filmed Entertainment, its home video rights have been rocky. The studio released it on DVD at the format's inception, while Universal released the film on HD-DVD, but has yet to release a Blu-ray. Criterion - who put the film out on Laserdisc - has now set the film for a DVD and Blu-ray release. That and more are coming from the boutique company in September.
Vulture picked up a set of alleged pre-production photos from the set of David Fincher's remake of 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.' The images come courtesy of someone on Reddit, and show a more punky looking concept of Mara as hacker Lisbeth Salander. Fewer piercings and more tame makeup paint this version of Salander as slightly accessible, which makes the final choice for her appearance in the film infinitely more engaging in comparison. So what does the early version of Lisbeth look like?