Thanks, Social Network!
They've made three films together so far.
It's for an adaption of The Goon.
You'll be able to see the entire series all on the same day.
Sony is now seeking other candidates.
The two used to be music video directors, and it looks like Bay learned a lot from Fincher.
To kick off a new feature called "Vulture Scavenger," we waded through all four films, their commentary tracks, and the books and articles that have been written about the series.
From Steven Soderbergh to Wes Anderson.
Sony says they were asked to cut, not blur, the scenes.
"We had to be really sure that the nipple piercing was in the place where it was going to catch the light."
And four other talking points to chew on.
The novel was a best seller with women, but the marketing seems to be scaring them from David Fincher's film.
USB cords! Tulips!
"If it were up to me, I wouldn't show movies to anybody before they were released."
Aaron Sorkin teases the speech that never happened.
She didn't get the role of Lisbeth Salander because "you can't wait for her to take her clothes off."
"Then he handed me his iPad."
It's for his own company, Panic Pictures. The guy really has a thing about panicking.