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Thursday, February 21, 2008

David Fincher Dives in to the "Black Hole"

It would could quite possibly be the most disturbing movie ever made, David Fincher has signed on to direct "Black Hole." In 2006 a script Neil Gaiman ("Beowulf") and Roger Avery ("Pulp Fiction," "Resevoir Dogs," "Rules of Attraction") were set to write a script based on a graphic novel called "Black Hole" by Charles Burns.

"Black Hole" takes place in the 1970s and is about a group of teens that contract an STD known as "the Bug." This STD causes bizzare deformities and physical mutations. These deformities turn them in to outcasts that end up finding peace at "The Pit," a place in the woods outside their home town.

No word on whether or not this is Fincher's next movie, but it sounds like the perfect film for him to direct. I'm very excited for Fincher's "Black Hole."

In the meantime, David Fincher's next movie, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," is due late 2008.

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