Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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The "Gangster Squad" star will reunite with Fincher in order to play Bill Tench, an "inquisitive, skilled and forward-thinking detective."
Anna Torv returns to TV to play a psychologist in David Fincher's upcoming crime drama on Netflix.
"Looking" star Jonathan Groff has joined "Mindhunter," based on the 1996 nonfiction book about the FBI's serial crime unit.
Chuck Palahniuk, Cameron Stewart, David Mack and Scott Allie talk collaboration, smells and a potential musical at Comic-Con
David Fincher's latest is an "often uncomfortable, always tense and never boring film" based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn.
Ales Kot, writer of Image Comics' speculative spy saga “Zero,” talks about out-of-body experiences, David Fincher's influence and taking creative risks.
Creator Eric Powell and Blur Studios' Tim Miller and Jeff Fowler, updated Kickstarter backers and fans on the status of the animated "Goon" film and the continuing challenge in bringing it to the big screen.
With the Kickstarter to fund a story reel for Eric Powell's "The Goon" film directed by David Fincher and animated by Blur Studio nearing the end of its backing period, Powell tells fans what they can do for a final push.
Three months after teasing he would use Kickstarter to help fund the stalled CG-animated adaptation of his comic, "The Goon" creator Eric Powell and producer David Fincher have launched their campaign.
While "Goon" creator Eric Powell previously dismissed using Kickstarter to fund the stalled CG-animated adaptation of his comic, noting the estimated $45 million budget -- things have changed.
Eisner Award winner Eric Powell discusses the importance of creator-owned comics, working in genres beyond super heroes, his and David Fincher's slow road to the "Goon" feature film, roller derby and more.
In the expert hands of director David Fincher, Stieg Larsson's bestselling novel "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" is transformed into a tension-filled, and strangely beautiful, big-screen thriller.
David Fincher, once in talks to reboot Sony's Spider-Man franchise, has revealed a number of his ideas for the web-slinger's big screen rebirth, including plans to kill Gwen Stacy.
After a screening of "The Social Network" last week in Manhattan, the film's key players gathered for a Q&A session about how the script came together, portraying real people as an actor and more.
SPINOFF ONLINE reviewed David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin's new film "The Social Network," calling the movie "the director’s best work, but like Facebook itself, is nothing if not a group effort."
Creator Eric Powell, producer David Fincher, actor Paul Giamatti and Blur Studio's Tim Miller and Jeff Fowler pitched their animated version of "The Goon" at Comic-Con International. Hilarity ensued.