Posted on Monday, August 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
The combination of David Fincher and HBO sounds like a match made in heaven, but so far the reality has proven much more disappointing. Weeks after we heard that his shows Video Synchronicity and Utopia were in trouble at the network, new reports have emerged claiming they’re both dead, with the actors released from their contracts. Get the latest unfortunate updates on the David Fincher Utopia and Video Synchronicity projects after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Friday, June 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
David Fincher‘s latest project has hit a big snag. HBO has reportedly shut down production Videosynchrazy (also formerly known as Living on Video and Video Synchronicity), Fincher’s comedy series about the 1908s music video industry. The show, which had been ordered to series last month, was midway through production on its 10-episode first season.
Get the latest update on the David Fincher HBO comedy after the jump.
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David Fincher got his start working at ILM many years ago, but really made his first marks as a music video director beginning in the early/mid ’80s. Now he’s helping chronicle the heady and anything-goes days of music video production in Los Angeles circa 1983 in a new HBO show.
The comedy series, now called Video Synchronicity (formerly Living on Video), features opening episodes co-written and directed by Fincher, and has been ordered to series by HBO. Along with that news comesa cast announcement that gives us more understanding of the ensemble cast that will surround lead Charlie Rowe (Red Band Society, seen above). Read More »