There’s a World War Z sequel in the works, with Brad Pitt returning to star and produce the movie, and the actor is circling his Fight Club director, David Fincher, to come on board the zombie apocalypse movie.
Ancient evil awakens in the launch trailer for Halo 4. We may never get a Halo movie, but this footage is close enough. It's intense and cinematic, which isn't a surprise considering its produced by one of Hollywood's top directors—David Fincher (The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo).
Fight Club's David Fincher—who famously turned down directing the first Spider-Man because he "just couldn't shoot somebody being bitten by a radioactive spider"—doesn't think Andrew Garfield will be comfortable in a superhero movie either.
It's been more than a year since we told you about that new Heavy Metal movie meant to be directed by the likes of James Cameron, David Fincher, Zack Snyder and Gore Verbinski. With names like that, you'd think there'd be some progress by now, but ... no. And according to Fincher, the film is being held up for three very simple reasons.
Morgan Freeman has been trying to get an adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke's first-contact classic Rendezvous with Rama made for almost 20 years—with David Fincher on board to direct—and the Oscar-winner says he's closer than ever.