Once upon a time, 'Fight Club' was a moderately successful book and a modestly successful movie. Now, the book and the movie (especially the movie) have become vital components of 21st century culture, with many maintaining that the film represents a high point in the career of director David Fincher. However, original author Chuck Palahniuk is looking to reclaim his title as the r
Since its 1999 release, David Fincher's 'Fight Club' has gone from box office disappointment to one of the most influential films in recent memory. When the film first achieved its cult sensation status, you just know that conversations were held about crafting a sequel. Now 'Fight Club 2' finally is coming, but it's coming from author Chuck Palahniuk who wrote the original novel, and, surprisingly, the second coming of Tyler Durden won't be another book, it'll be a graphic novel.
'Fight Club' was more controversial than successful when it came out in 1999. But David Fincher's gritty and highly stylized film adaptation of novelist Chuck Palahniuk's meditation on consumerism and masculinity has only gained in stature since its release and is now considered to be a modern day screen classic.
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'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!