A really extensive take on Fincher's films. Full of new anecdotes. A must read!
Rush to the full interview here.
So thank you all you hard working commentators and link-droppers. This is amazing, I love the buzz and cannot wait for October 2nd. Damn right, Germany'll do this thing a day early, and then I'll spoiler the living shit out of you people. Joking. Or am I.
Here, speaking of spoilers: If you haven't actually seen the second season yet, trust me, you reeeally might not wanna watch that second video below.
For these links now, thanks Gould, thanks for keeping busy and being patient with me.
I love how very different they feel. The "Golf" one has such a tangible Zodiac feeling to it, it's just amazing. Editing, of course, is spot on, and... need I really say anything about the cinematography?
Mashable and Creativity Online both have a ton of background info on these, e.g. how Fincher had actors run for ten minutes straight as part of casting for the staircase ad. Behind the lens we also have quite the Oscar worthy Fincher line up: DOP Jeff Cronenweth, editor Kirk Baxter, costumes Trish Summerville, and production designer Don Burt.
So sure, go ahead and purchase your fall collection. Or just consider these an extended appetizer for "Gone Girl".
Thanks to all you wonderful contributors!
Here's a load of links to keep you busy:
And last but not least: Happy Birthday, Mr. Fincher! Thanks for being awesome!
The lovely folks over at Artofthetitle.com finally — after duly honoring Se7en, The Game, Panic Room, and Alien³ — swung around to dedicating an article to Fincher's cult-classic, picking, literally, the brains of the creatives behind the scenes.
So here you go:
Here's the rest of 'em...
...as well as Artofthetitle's original "David Fincher: A Film Title Retrospective", that you've seen before but must watch and read again, because it has all that Fincher greatness in one place.
Are you not entertained?