Gone Girl is an incredible film that paints a story and just dives right into it. The story was expertly written and constructed as it follows Nick Dunne as he comes home to his wife missing and the house in shambles.
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By: Eric Eisenberg Jake Gyllenhaal dabbled in the world of crime journalism when he starred as cartoonist Robert Graysmith in David Fincher’s brilliant 2007 crime thriller Zodiac, and today we have learned that he is ready to make his way back. Variety is reporting … Continue Reading Jake Gyllenhaal And Rene Russo To Star In Crime Thriller Nightcrawler
By: Katey Rich After a hugely heralded premiere at Sundance in January, Shane Carruth‘s Upstream Color is finally making its way toward theaters on April … Continue Reading How Even Steven Soderbergh And David Fincher Failed To Get A Dream Project Made
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By: Eric Eisenberg Those familiar with Stieg Larsson‘s dark Swedish thriller trilogy known as the Millennium series know that Lisbeth … Continue Reading Rooney Mara Says Daniel Craig Won’t Be Written Out Of The Girl Who Played With Fire
By: Sean O’Connell It’s a great question: Why haven’t we heard news about The Girl Who Played With Fire? David Fincher’s English-language … Continue Reading Could Daniel Craig Be Written Out Of Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Sequel?
By: Kristy Puchko Buckle up, gang, because with Disney buying Lucasfilm and assuring three new Star Wars movies, we will … Continue Reading Could Star Wars Episode VII Be Directed By An Indie Newcomer?