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‘Hell Or High Water’s David Mackenzie To Direct Andrew Garfield & Daisy Edgar-Jones In FX Crime Series ‘Under The Banner Of Heaven’

Director David Mackenzie is heading to FX to helm a new crime series after making a string of feature films such as the robbery thriller “Hell or High Water,” the Scottish historical epic “The Outlaw King,” and the prison drama “Starred Up.”Read More: David Mackenzie Talks Re-Editing ‘Outlaw King,’ Shrugs Off ‘Braveheart’ Comparisons, & Thinks […]

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Scott Rudin Will Step Back from Broadway Amid Abuse Accusations

In the wake of a Hollywood Reporter exposé detailing mega producer Scott Rudin’s alleged long history of toxic bullying and abuse in the workplace, the Academy Award-winning film, television, and stage producer said he will step aside from Broadway producing duties. Apologizing “for the pain [his] behavior caused” his colleagues, Rudin told The Washington Post […]

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Watch David Fincher Movies: Where Each Film Is Streaming

All products and services featured by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire editors. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes.With David Fincher’s long-awaited “Mank,” about screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz’s quest to finish the screenplay for “Citizen Kane,” finally […]

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How Steven Soderbergh’s Only Complaint About ‘Mank’ Changed the Editing of a Key Scene

[Editor’s Note: The following article contains spoilers for “Mank,” which streams on Netflix December 4.]David Fincher pal Steven Soderbergh often consults on early cuts of his movies (including the friendly product placement of Soderbergh’s imported Singani 63 brandy in “Gone Girl”) — and “Mank” was no different. Turns out Soderbergh’s only complaint about the “Citizen […]

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‘Mank’ Trailer: David Fincher Brings The Story Of Making ‘Citizen Kane’ To Life

“It’s breathtaking, even by David Fincher standards,” said “The Social Network” screenwriter Aaron Sorkin yesterday on the just-released Happy Sad Confused podcast, about Fincher’s new movie “Mank.” And that’s a hell of an endorsement to lead the way for today’s trailer unveiling of “Mank,” a black and white prestige drama starring Gary Oldman about the […]

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Andrew Garfield Insulted Jesse Eisenberg on ‘Social Network’ Set at David Fincher’s Request

This month’s 10th anniversary of “The Social Network” has been accompanied by memorable set stories (click here for David Fincher’s apology over replacing actor Josh Pence with Armie Hammer’s face), several of which can be found in Empire magazine’s behind-the-scenes feature on the beloved Facebook drama. Empire made its decade-old “Social Network” set report available […]

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Here’s What’s New to Netflix in April 2020

Now more than ever, people are probably curious to know what new movies and TV shows are coming to Netflix in April 2020. Well good news: it’s a solid lineup! Library titles include David Fincher’s masterpiece The Social Network, the entire Lethal Weapon and The Matrix franchises, the underrated Ya adaptation The Perks of Being […]

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Trent Reznor Slams ‘Bird Box’: Scoring Movie Was a ‘F*cking Waste of Time’

It was just one year ago that “Bird Box” was the biggest movie sensation around the world. The Netflix thriller, directed by Emmy winner Susanne Bier and starring Sandra Bullock and Trevante Rhodes, debuted December 14, 2018 on the streaming platform and exploded into the pop culture zeitgeist over the holidays thanks to word of […]

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Chris Pine Attached To Play Walter Cronkite In JFK Assassination Drama ‘Newsflash’

Exclusive: Chris Pine is attached to play iconic CBS newsman Walter Cronkite in Newsflash. This is the Ben Jacoby-scripted drama that takes place on November 22, 1963, the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Texas. Similar to the cultural atom-splitting moments captured in films like The Social Network, Newsflash covers the day that […]

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Back to One, Episode 66: Jesse Eisenberg

While he might be best known for his Oscar-nominated performance as Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg’s preternatural ability for making unique characterization choices has won him roles in wildly original films, both indie and studio, such as The End of the Tour, Adventureland, Holy Rollers, American Ultra, Zombieland, and two of my […]

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