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David Fincher to Receive French Film Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award

David Fincher will be presented with the French Film Academy’s highest award, the César d’honneur for lifetime achievement, at February’s César Awards, the French equivalent to the Oscars.The French Academy praised the director of “Se7en,” “Fight Club,” “Gone Girl” and “The Social Network” as “one of those rare directors whose entire filmography has become iconic […]

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‘True Things’ Clip: Tom Burke Gaslights Ruth Wilson In Harry Wootliff’s New Toxic Relationship Drama

We’ve seen it before; girl meets boy, boy asks girl out, boy and girl fall in love, and they live happily ever after. From watching the trailer, you may think that the aforementioned familiar story is what we will see from “True Things,” but the opposite is the case. “True Things” is anything but true […]

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‘Love, Death + Robots Volume 3’ Final Trailer: Tim Miller & David Fincher’s Animated Anthology Returns With Another Batch Of Sci-Fi Shorts Today

David Fincher‘s projects with Netflix over the years are manifold. He’s directed episodes for “Mindhunter” and “House Of Cards,” produced “Voir,” a collection of short video essays, and released his 2020 film, “Mank,” on the platform. And while audiences await his latest film, “The Killer,” with Michael Fassbender and Tilda Swinton, Netflix has another volume […]

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Oscar-Winners Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Are Scoring Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Bones & All’ Starring Timothée Chalamet

Nine Inch Nails band members Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are part of a wave of established musicians that have dipped their toes into the world of film composing. Some of their scoring efforts for feature films include several David Fincher films—”The Social Network” (which they won an Academy Award for), “Gone Girl,” “Mank,” “The […]

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‘Dune’ Wins Top Honor at American Society of Cinematographers Awards

The American Society of Cinematographers handed out its top prize in feature film visual storytelling to “Dune.” Last year’s winner, Erik Messerschmidt for “Mank,” presented the feature film prize to Greig Fraser.The 36th Annual ASC Awards ceremony returned to a limited in-person component at the the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood. Debbie Allen served as the […]

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Netflix Chief Teases Fincher’s ‘The Killer’: ‘Really Fun, Big Movie’ with Career-Best Fassbender

David Fincher’s “The Killer” is one of next year’s most anticipated films for fans of the director — and the movie’s trifecta on offer: Fincher directs Michael Fassbender as a contract killer, with “Seven” screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker returning, and cinematography from Erik Messerschmidt, the Oscar-winning Dp of Fincher’s “Mank.” News first broke in February […]

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Voir: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Netflix has provided quite the nice home for filmmaking icon David Fincher, known for movies such as “Fight Club,” “Se7en,” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” […]

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Will Oscar Voters Say ‘I Love Nicole Kidman’ in Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Being the Ricardos’?

After revisiting a slice of 1960s history in last year’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” Aaron Sorkin turned his lens to “Being the Ricardos,” cataloging a politically tumultuous week in the 1950s for Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz during the heyday of “I Love Lucy.” The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences often […]

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