He sheds his boring life after meeting anarchist and soap maker Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), and these two characters start channeling their aggression through bare-fisted, one-on-one battles at their fight club gatherings.The club spawns more clubs and evolves into an underground movement that seeks to create chaos by destroying the offices of credit card companies.
Starring Sigourney Weaver, the film was the third installment of the successful series, but the project was experiencing problems before Fincher even signed on as director.
Fincher told , Fincher continued directing music videos and making commercials.
, things are moving forward as acclaimed director David Fincher has agreed to work on the project with Brad Pitt back to star.
The studio’s new chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos has reportedly not officially greenlit the project, but sources tell the publication the film will likely be announced in the coming weeks.
as an "inventive, sustained adrenaline rush of a movie." While the film garnered some positive reviews, it also drew fiery responses from other critics.
Some rebuked the film's political leanings while others objected to what they believed was a glorification of violence.Roger Ebert, for example, wrote that , was released in 2002.The thriller starred Jodie Foster as a mother trying to protect her daughter, played by Kristen Stewart, and herself from a pair of burglars who break into their New York City home.However, Fincher described it as "a movie about death." Whether a romance or a tragedy, garnered 13 award nominations, including best picture and best actor honors, winning three for art direction, makeup and visual effects.Fincher received another directing nomination from the Academy for 2010's In his films, Fincher uses his strong visual sensibility to depict unusual and often edgy subject matter.His intended effect, as he has described it, is to make audiences "feel uncomfortable." In his opinion, "Entertainment has to come hand in hand with a little bit of medicine.