It's been a long time since the film news – let alone, let's be honest, some about Hollywood's second most powerful company – got a full account "Whoa! C & # 39; nuts! "Of me, but David Fincher is of course not a normal studio player. By THR, his next feature film (assuming that, like 1,400 others before, is not finally canceled) will be Mank, a black and white biopic of Citizen Kane The scribe Herman J. Mankiewicz was written by his father, Jack Fincher, directed by Gary Oldman and funded by Netflix.
"Fincher's over 20-year-old journey, who first wanted to approach the story after making his 1997 feature film The game, Comes to a climax as the cameras shoot this fall. The story of Mankiewicz is a Hollywood classic: a writer in the photo above, Gentlemen prefer blondes, and The Wizard of Oz, he was also arguing with Welles on the necessary credit (Kael marker, depending on what you ask for) and presented himself as a perpetual object of the day in the fight against vile otherism, what my Twitter feed regularly tells me is a thing for which we must seek penance.
It may be a little ironic that Fincher comes back to the post-Hunter of spirit in a new pictorial format is, oh, the exact opposite formula for democratic consideration. (And the possibility that he is leading a substitute Orson Welles with the usual clinical severity, Jesus!) But whatever. As promising as any A-level film currently under development? I would dare to say it.
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