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Mark Ruffalo & Jennifer Garner Recreate Iconic '13 Going on 30' Scene at Actor's Walk of Fame Ceremony

Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner flashed back to their hit movie 13 Going On 30 at the former’s Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Thursday (February 8) in Hollywood, Calif.

The 56-year-old Poor Things actor was honored with a Star on the Walk of Fame and was celebrated by famous friends, costars and family members.

Jennifer, who played his love interest in the classic rom-com, showed him love. They memorialized the moment by recreating their dance to Michael Jackson‘s “Thriller,” from the movie.

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Michael Fassbender Becomes an Assassin in Heart-Pounding 'The Killer' Trailer

Michael Fassbender finds himself in the thick of a manhunt in the new trailer for David Fincher‘s The Killer!

The psychological thriller is based on the French graphic novel series of the same name, written by Alexis Nolent (a.k.a Matz). A teaser for Netflix’s The Killer was released in August.

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Brad Pitt Makes Surprise Appearance at Cesar Awards 2023 to Honor 'Fight Club' Director David Fincher!

Brad Pitt made a surprise appearance at the 2023 Cesar Awards to pay tribute to his frequent collaborator, David Fincher!

The 59-year-old actor was on hand alongside actress Virginie Efira to present the Honorary Cesar Award on Friday night (February 24) at the Olympia in Paris, France.

Brad has worked with David on multiple projects, including 1995′s Se7en, 1999′s Fight Club, and 2008′s The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.

It might surprise some fans that Brad attended the award show since there were reports in 2020 that he turned down the Honorary Award. That year, controversial filmmaker Roman Polanski was up for several awards and reports said he declined the honor as he thought it would be wiser to stay away from the show.

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Michael Fassbender to Star in David Fincher's 'Killer' in Role Brad Pitt Was Once Eyeing

Michael Fassbender is attached to star in David Fincher‘s upcoming assassin drama for Netflix, The Killer.

Fincher has been attached to the project since 2007 and Brad Pitt was originally attached to star at that time.

THR is reporting that the film may actually go into production sometime this year.

The film is being written by Andrew Kevin Walker, the scribe who wrote Fincher‘s hit films Se7en, The Game and Fight Club.

Michael would star as an “assassin who begins to psychologically crack as he develops a conscience, even as his clients continue to demand his skills.”

Michael has not had a movie come out since 2019′s X-Men: Dark Phoenix, so this could be his first major project back!

David Fincher Says Jake Gyllenhaal Was 'Very Distracted' While Filming 2007's 'Zodiac'

David Fincher is touching upon the tensions he and Jake Gyllenhaal faced while making 2007′s Zodiac.

In a former interview, Jake previously said that the famed director “paints with people” and “it’s tough to be a color.”

Fincher is now responding in a new interview, where he called their drama on set an “extremely simple” situation.

Jake was in the unenviable position of being very young and having a lot of people vie for his attention, while working for someone who does not allow you to take a day off,” David told the New York Times. “I believe you have to have everything out of your peripheral vision….I don’t think he’d ever been asked to concentrate on minutiae, and I think he was very distracted. He had a lot of people whispering that Jarhead was going to be this massive movie and put him in this other league, and every weekend he was being pulled to go to the Santa Barbara film festival and the Palm Springs film festival and the [expletive] Catalina film festival. And when he’d show up for work, he was very scattered.”

David continued, adding that the tension died down by the end of filming and Jake even apologized. “I don’t want to make excuses for my behavior. There are definitely times when I can be confrontational if I see someone slacking. People go through rough patches all the time. I do. So I try to be compassionate about it. But. It’s: Four. Hundred. Thousand. Dollars. A day. And we might not get a chance to come back and do it again,” he added.

“I tell actors all the time: I’m not going to cut around your hangover, I’m not going to cut around your dog dying, I’m not going to cut around the fact that you just fired your agent or your agent just fired you,” he added. “Once you get here, the only thing I care about is, Did we tell the story?”

David also just criticized one of the biggest films of the past few years.

David Fincher Calls 'Joker' Movie a 'Betrayal of the Mentally Ill'

Acclaimed director David Fincher is sharing his thoughts on the movie Joker and why he considers it to be a “betrayal of the mentally ill.”

Fincher talked about Joker‘s success in contrast to his movie Fight Club, which was much more difficult to get made back in the late 1990s.

“Nobody would have thought they had a shot at a giant hit with Joker had The Dark Knight not been as massive as it was,” Fincher told The Telegraph.

“I don’t think ­anyone would have looked at that material and thought, Yeah, let’s take [Taxi Driver’s] Travis Bickle and [The King of Comedy’s] Rupert Pupkin and conflate them, then trap him in a betrayal of the mentally ill, and trot it out for a billion dollars,” Fincher added.

The two characters that Fincher referenced were both played by Robert De Niro, who happens to appear in Joker.

Fincher said that after early screenings of Fight Club, “the general view afterwards among the studio types was, ‘Our careers are over.’ The fact we got that film made in 1999 is still, to my mind, a miracle.”

The upcoming Fincher movie Mank is getting tons of Oscar buzz and the trailer was released last month.

A Third Season of 'Mindhunter' Seems Very Unlikely, According to David Fincher

We have some upsetting news for fans of the Netflix series Mindhunter.

David Fincher, the executive producer of the series and also the director of most of the episodes, has said it’s very unlikely that a third season will be made.

“We lived [in Pittsburgh] for almost three years. Not year in, year out, but we spent probably six or seven months a year over three years. We had an apartment there, and a car. Mindhunter was a lot for me,” Fincher said in a new interview with Vulture.

When asked if Mindhunter is “done” as far as he’s concerned, Fincher said, “I think probably.”

“Listen, for the viewership that it had, it was an expensive show. We talked about ‘Finish Mank and then see how you feel,’ but I honestly don’t think we’re going to be able to do it for less than I did season two. And on some level, you have to be realistic about dollars have to equal eyeballs,” Fincher added.

He also said, “It’s a 90-hour work week. It absorbs everything in your life. When I got done, I was pretty exhausted, and I said, ‘I don’t know if I have it in me right now to break season three.’”

The future of the series was left in limbo back in January when Jonathan Groff and the other cast members’ contracts expired.

Fincher‘s new Netflix movie Mank will be released in December.