Knowledge Identifier: +David_Fincher
Inspired by Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Fincher began making movies at age eight with an 8 mm camera.
He was later hired by Industrial Light & Magic in 1983, where he worked on productions for Twice Upon a Time, Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
In 1984, he left ILM to direct a commercial for the American Cancer Society, that would show a fetus smoking a cigarette.
Angus Wall - Wall's relationship with the director David Fincher extends back to 1988, when Wall entered the entertainment industry
Elijah Wood - Wood modeled and did local commercials before moving with his family to Los Angeles in 1988, where he got his first break in the video for Paula Abdul's "Forever Your Girl", directed by David Fincher, followed by a pivotal role in TV film "Child in the Night" and a minor role in "Back to the Future Part II" as a boy playing video games in the 80s Cafe
Who Is It (Michael Jackson song) - Directed by David Fincher, the music video for "Who Is It" was released in 1993
Charles S. Dutton - Dutton co-starred in "Alien 3", the debut film of director David Fincher, co-starred in 1993's "Rudy"
Jamie Babbit - In 1996, after working on "If These Walls Could Talk", where she met her future partner Andrea Sperling, Babbit got a job as script supervisor on David Fincher's film "The Game"
Chuck Palahniuk - In 1999, three years after the novel's publication, the film adaptation by director David Fincher was released
Catch Me If You Can - By April 2000, David Fincher was attached to direct over the course of a few months, but dropped out in favor of "Panic Room"
Arthur C. Clarke - The film was to be produced by Freeman's production company, Revelations Entertainment, and David Fincher has been touted on Revelations' "Rama" web page as far back as 2001 as the film's director
In 2002, Fincher followed up with the thriller Panic Room.
Mission: Impossible III - In 2002, director David Fincher was slated to direct the next installment of the "Mission: Impossible" film series for a summer of 2004 release date
Jared Leto - Leto returned to acting in 2002 with the thriller "Panic Room", which marked his second teaming with director David Fincher
Jake Gyllenhaal - In 2007, Gyllenhaal starred in David Fincher's "Zodiac", which was based on a true story
Pell James - In 2007, she had a memorable scene in David Fincher's "Zodiac" as Zodiac Killer victim Cecelia Shepard
Zodiac (film) - "'Zodiac"' is a 2007 American mystery thriller film directed by David Fincher and based on Robert Graysmith's non-fiction book of the same name
Alexandre Desplat - In 2008, Desplat received his second Oscar nomination for David Fincher's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
Mia Wasikowska - Though she was one of many names shortlisted for the role of Lisbeth Salander in David Fincher's 2011 adaptation of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo", she declined to audition for the part due to the time commitment involved with the production
Tom Hooper (director) - In February 2011, he was presented with the Academy *award for Best Director, though lost the BAFTA *award for Best Direction to David Fincher
The show will be called House of Cards and will air in late 2012.
Carrie Coon - She later made her film debut in "Gone Girl", based on the 2012 novel of same name and directed by David Fincher
On January 26th, 2014 he won the Grammy Award for Best Music Video for 'Suit & Tie' at the 56th Annual Grammy awards
Lisa Banes - In 2014 she appeared in David Fincher's "Gone Girl" as Marybeth Elliott, mother of Amy Elliott
He was to handle the directing and writing duties for the first season of & HBO's adaptation of "Utopia", a British television series, but budget disputes between HBO and Fincher led to the project being cancelled in July 2015
World War Z (film) - In August 2016, "Variety" reported that the film was not yet in production and that David Fincher had entered negotiations to be the director
Paramount Studios chief Jim Gianopulos said in June 2017 that a sequel to "World War Z" was "in advanced development" with director Fincher and star Brad Pitt
Andrew Dominik - Next, Dominick is joining David Fincher for season 2 of TV-series Mindhunter, which will debut in early 2019 on Netflix