There’s a little nug buried in the deep in the director’s commentary of the Gone Girl DVD. David Fincher, talking about lead actor Ben Affleck, says, “If I was his wife, I think I would be very suspicious, always, of whoever just called because he has a real gift at being able to insinuate a conversation.” Was this a…
Gone Girl was really a mindfuck, wasn't it? I won't spoil it here, but the entire thing hinges on a twist halfway through the film and then another twist (prominently featuring a gruesome murder) towards the end. And the way that murder scene had to be shot? That's the biggest mindfuck of all.
Among the biggest stories coming from Sony's hacking crisis, the botched attempt to make a Steve Jobs movie stands out, revealing an ugly relationship between top Sony Pictures exec Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin. We've now found emails that tell the other side of the story.
BREAKDOWN! is a new semi-regular bullshit clickbait copyranter feature where I "break down" why popular new ads that most people like are in fact "Fucking Terrible".
Beyoncé and JayZ pulled a Bill Murray and surprised the holy hell out of a couple in Italy. Yoncé and Jay were on vacation in Portofino, Italy on Saturday when they stumbled upon a wedding (that really looks completely lovely, by the way). Via Us Weekly:
The first full trailer for Gone Girl has finally dropped—not that it shows much, besides Ben Affleck looking maybe-slimy-maybe-misunderstood as Nick Dunne and lots of conflict between characters you'll maybe remember from the book. Throw in a cover of "She" by the Psychedelic Furs' Richard Butler and boom, you've got…
Entertainment Weekly has an early glimpse at the hotly anticipated Gone Girl, which is scheduled to hit theaters October 3. They even got director David Fincher himself to shoot the cover for the week. And the result is... really something!
I wasn't the biggest fan of Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel Gone Girl, but I did love [SPOILER] [SPOILER] [DON'T LEAVE OUTRAGED COMMENTS SAYING I DIDN'T WARN YOU ABOUT A SPOILER] psychotic "Cool Girl" Amy, and now we know who'll play the coveted role in David Fincher's upcoming movie: British actress Rosamund Pike.
David Fincher — director of Fight Club, Seven, The Social Network — is helming the big-screen adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel Gone Girl, and Ben Affleck has just been cast to star as Nick Dunne, the unemployed husband who becomes a suspect in the disappearance of his wife.
Last week there was a news item from The Hollywood Reporter regarding the possibility that David Fincher's next film might be Gone Girl. But wasn't he supposed to be working on The Girl Who Played With Fire?
Once upon a time, Cameron Diaz turned 40 and started making depressing and obvious statements to Access Hollywood like "Look, the alternative to getting older is [being dead]." Diaz has since found herself in what the tabloids are calling "a bit of a mid-life crisis" since her split from Alex Rodriguez and a fling…
The fairly explicit posters for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo are just the tip of the iceberg: Daniel Craig says the film is "as adult as you can possibly make it." Director David Fincher showed him an early cut of the flick, and James Bond freaked:"Fincher, he's not holding back. They've given him free rein. He…
The edgy, quickfire red band trailer (or viral marketing, or whatever) was just the beginning: Here's the dark and menacing Canadian poster for David Fincher's version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, featuring a mile-long stretch of Rooney Mara's torso. The actress, who usually looks more mild-mannered, is…
David Fincher's version of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo doesn't hit theaters until December, but the red band trailer has been "leaked" (read: recorded on a cameraphone, possibly by a theater employee?) early. NB: This is the red band trailer, meaning that it's not necessarily SFW, due to a millisecond of boob.
- Comeback kid (?) Lindsay Lohan has already gone back to her complicated lifestyle of dramarama mixed with rich-people acquisitions. We could talk about her for hours—she just never stops! All that Red Bull, maybe. Here we go.
- Christina Hendricks has allegedly told friends that she wants to lose about thirty pounds.
A white guy invented Facebook. But in Mark Zuckerberg's real-life world, women did more than give blowjobs, and black people said more than "Is this guy bothering you?" So why does The Social Network so badly want to pretend otherwise?