Strictly Finchness

15 | 1.10.2014 | 5 hours ago



"Do you want to wait to hear me describe death?"Marla Singer, Fight Club (by David Fincher, 1999)

"Do you want to wait to hear me describe death?"
Marla Singer, Fight Club (by David Fincher, 1999)

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3 | 1.10.2014 | 6 hours ago


1392 | 1.10.2014 | 13 hours ago


notkatniss:

Gillian Flynn droppin some straight up wisdom

notkatniss:

Gillian Flynn droppin some straight up wisdom

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1522 | 1.10.2014 | 14 hours ago


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189 | 1.10.2014 | 15 hours ago


  • Details: How are you different as directors?
  • Fincher: He wraps a lot earlier than I do.
  • Affleck: I just go home by lunch. I gauge a day by how early I go home. No, I mean, I don't put myself really on a par with David in terms of "I'm this, he's that."
  • Details: What was your takeaway from watching David work?
  • Affleck: The biggest thing I learned from David, really, is that he has a kind of insistence on "This is what I want to do, this is how we're going to do it." Because this business has a lot of people saying no—like, "This is going to be too hard" or "This is too expensive" or "No one's going to want to see that" or "We can't have it this way." And I have tended, to my embarrassment, in the past to go, "Oh, you think? Really? We can't do that? I guess we can't do that." And David can push through by force of will what he wants. And I know that the next movie I do, it's going to be colored much more by "Well, this is what I want to do, so we're going to find a way to do it."
  • Details: You'll be an asshole the next time.
  • Affleck: Yeah, I'll be more of a prick. "He was a nice guy till he worked with Fincher."
10 | 1.10.2014 | 16 hours ago


dicapriho:

there better be a ben affleck sex scene in gone girl

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270 | 1.10.2014 | 18 hours ago



my father won’t even look at me anymore

my father won’t even look at me anymore

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200 | 1.10.2014 | 19 hours ago


30minutefan:

David Fincher talks Gone Girl, film career
FINCHER ON THE SOCIAL NETWORK
“When you read a script that good you just say: ‘Where do I go to surrender?’ It was just great. I knew those guys. I started Propaganda with those guys. I knew what it was to go this is not cute, this is my fucking dream.
“I was given the script. It was under very strange Alienauspices in that we had a script that the studio was making. ‘You tell us who you want to put in it… You let us know but we want to get started in September.’ And that’s what we did.
“Andrew Garfield wanted to play Mark Zuckerberg. He came to read under the auspices of playing Mark Zuckerberg. He was good and gave a good reading. He’s a talented dude.
“Then Jesse Eisenberg sent his audition tape and I grabbed Aaron, brought him over to computer, hit play and he said: ‘Oh my god, he does me better than me.’ So it had to be Jesse.
“I called Andrew over, we sat in my office and I said: ‘I can’t offer you Mark Zuckerberg but I’d love if you’d come to readthrough and read for Eduardo. You as an actor build an umbilicus to the audience. You create an emotional attatchment. That’s your gift. I need that for Eduardo. And if you come and read through I think you’ll see what I’m doing. No strings attached.’
“He came, he read, we finished, walked to parking lot and he said: ‘I get it. This guy is amazing.’”
Read in full at: http://www.screendaily.com/news/david-fincher-talks-gone-girl-film-career/5077761.article?referrer=RSS

30minutefan:

David Fincher talks Gone Girl, film career

FINCHER ON THE SOCIAL NETWORK

“When you read a script that good you just say: ‘Where do I go to surrender?’ It was just great. I knew those guys. I started Propaganda with those guys. I knew what it was to go this is not cute, this is my fucking dream.

“I was given the script. It was under very strange Alienauspices in that we had a script that the studio was making. ‘You tell us who you want to put in it… You let us know but we want to get started in September.’ And that’s what we did.

“Andrew Garfield wanted to play Mark Zuckerberg. He came to read under the auspices of playing Mark Zuckerberg. He was good and gave a good reading. He’s a talented dude.

“Then Jesse Eisenberg sent his audition tape and I grabbed Aaron, brought him over to computer, hit play and he said: ‘Oh my god, he does me better than me.’ So it had to be Jesse.

“I called Andrew over, we sat in my office and I said: ‘I can’t offer you Mark Zuckerberg but I’d love if you’d come to readthrough and read for Eduardo. You as an actor build an umbilicus to the audience. You create an emotional attatchment. That’s your gift. I need that for Eduardo. And if you come and read through I think you’ll see what I’m doing. No strings attached.’

“He came, he read, we finished, walked to parking lot and he said: ‘I get it. This guy is amazing.’”

Read in full at: http://www.screendaily.com/news/david-fincher-talks-gone-girl-film-career/5077761.article?referrer=RSS

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1 | 1.10.2014 | 20 hours ago


No, his majesty does not wish to be moistened.
Nick Dunne
857 | 30.9.2014 | 1 day ago


I don’t understand the point of being together if you are not the happiest.

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