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afistfulofculture:

First trailer lands for David Fincher’s hotly anticipated adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike.

EU TO TREMENDO, ROSANA

paul-stine:

First poster for David Fincher's Gone Girl

paul-stine:

First poster for David Fincher's Gone Girl

bstinsons:

Inspired by this

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Feb 7

30secondstorooneymara:

Kate Mara in House of Cards

Rooney Mara in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

David Fincher and the Mara sisters.

Feb 6

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

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“The Social Network will define a generation for a generation that couldn’t care less about its generation, but it’s as entertaining as anything you’ll watch all year.”

lis30:

The Girl Who Played with Fire won’t be directed by David Fincher 

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nicolaswindingrefns:

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo [2011]: David Fincher’s Commentary

So the title sequence. We had this cover of “Immigrant Song”. I was riding in a van in Sweden and had my iPhone with me…and I was listening to Led Zeppelin, and this song came on and I-I mean, aside from the incredibly, inanely obvious: “I come from the land of the ice and snow”… I just like the idea of an anthemnal, incredibly famous track that could be wailed by a woman. And I called Trent and I said: “What do you think of a cover of ‘Immigrant Song’?” I think at first he thought I was joking [laughing]. And I said, “No, imagine, you know, a woman’s voice singing this.” And he did a version just to the music and I listened to it and I thought it’s evocative of what I think Lisbeth is— Not thinking, but, you know, sort of her marrow. What’s happening down deep inside her bones. And we got Karen O. Ren Klyce gave us Karen’s e-mail address and we asked her to do this. And I think in about three or four days days they had a version of this song that was— To my mind, it was undeniable. It just seemed like such a great sort of kindred spirit to what I thought Lisbeth was about. And then we needed visuals to go with it. I went to Tim Miller at Blur, and I said: “What can you do along the lines of a nightmare? What would Lisbeth’s nightmare be?” And he came back with about 50 different little scene cards and we whittled it down to about 20-25. And I turned to him and said: “That looks great. You got eight weeks. Go.”

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my idol.

my idol.

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The Films of David Fincher

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