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Fincher Will Go Back-to-Back for Paramount
LOS ANGELES ( “Fight Club” helmer David Fincher, who hasn’t directed a film since 2002’s “Panic Room,” is expected to return to the big screen in a big way, shooting two long-rumored Paramount projects back-to-back.
According to Variety, Fincher has officially signed on to direct “Zodiac” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” over the next year-and-a-half. “Zodiac” is currently in preproduction with a September production start, while “Button” will aim to begin filming next October. Fincher had been linked to both films in recent months, but the actual time table was unclear for the notoriously fickle director.
“Zodiac” is based on the pair of books by Robert Graysmith focusing on the famous serial killer. Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Jake Gyllenhaal will appear in the film, which will shoot in San Francisco and in Los Angeles.
“Button,” adapted from the work by F. Scott Fitzgerald, will take advantage of Louisiana tax incentives by shooting in New Orleans with Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett starring in the tale of a man aging backwards. Eric Roth (“Forrest Gump”) wrote the script.
Since “Panic Room,” Fincher has been mentioned in discussions of the Anthony Bourdain adaptation “Seared,” the supernatural thriller “Stay,” the third film in Tom Cruise’s “Mission Impossible” franchise, a remake of “The Reincarnation of Peter Proud,” the skateboard epic “The Lords of Dogtown,” the war drama “Fertig” and an eternally gestating version of “Rendezvous at Rama.”