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Trailer Watch: David Fincher’s Gone Girl

David Fincher made another movie. Gone Girl comes out on October 3rd.

Trailer Watch: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo full trailer

The teaser trailer was pretty great, but this… this is amazing. My interest in this film has just shot up through the roof.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo — the first in Columbia Pictures’ planned adaptation of the Stieg Larsson “Millennium Trilogy” — stars Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Christopher Plummer, Stellan Skarsgärd, Steven Berkoff, Robin Wright, Yorick van Wageningen and Joely Richardson.

The film hits theaters nationwide on December 21. You can check out this trailer in high def over at Apple, too.

(via Coming Soon)

Nolan and Fincher talk about Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life

This short (2:25) featurette on Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life sees two of the most popular directors today — Christopher Nolan and David Fincher — discussing Terrence Malick (The Thin Red Line, Badlands) and, mostly indirectly, the director’s new film. Malick can be a bit too ponderous for some filmgoers, but I always find it interesting to see filmmakers discuss other filmmakers’ work.

The featurette also displays a bit of footage we haven’t seen in trailers yet, so it’s worth seeing in that respect, too.

via Coming Soon

Trailer Watch: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (green band, updated)

Although a bootleg, hand-held camera-in-a-theater, red band version of the teaser trailer for David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo readaptation hit the internet a while ago, I don’t post that crap here. But, whatever. Here’s a slightly different, green band version that should give you a feel for what the movie looks like, if very little else. Not being familiar with the books or the original films — due to my near-total lack of interest in serial killer anything — I have no idea what it’s about. But David Fincher directed it, so I’ll see it.

The film stars Roonery Mara and Daniel Craig, and it hits theaters on December 21.

Fans of the book (or the original films, or neither of those): What do you think?