Netflix has released a new trailer for their upcoming original series Mindhunter. The show is created by Joe Penhall (The Road) and executive produced by David Fincher (The Social Network, Fight Club) and Charlize Theron (Atomic Blonde, Mad Max: Fury Road).
Fincher also directed multiple episodes of the crime drama, a genre he’s of course no stranger to having previously directed titles like Se7en, Zodiac, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Gone Girl. Other directors include Asif Kapadia (Senna, Amy) and Andrew Douglas (2005’s The Amityville Horror).
You can find the new trailer for Mindhunter below.
Netflix has released a teaser trailer for Mindhunter, an original crime drama series.
The series is based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, written by Mark Olshaker and John E. Douglas. It’s executive produced by Se7en, Fight Club, and Gone Girl director David Fincher and Charlize Theron, with Fincher also directing a few episodes. The series is written by Joe Penhall, and stars Jonathan Groff, Anna Torv, Holt McCallany, Hannah Gross, and Cotter Smith.
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Paramount Pictures has released the second trailer for Chris Wedge‘s Monster Truck. And it is exactly like it sounds. It’s a monster in a truck. If that doesn’t sound special or like something that might appeal to you, then you should know that this is one of the films that Paramount predicts they will lose money on. But maybe, just maybe, this is something that will surprise us all. But judging by the way it looks, don’t be surprised if you hear a lot of negative things about it.
Lights Out Season 1, Episode 1 – Pilot
Directed by: Norberto Barba and Clark Johnson
Starring: Holt McCallany, Stacy Keach, Catherine McCormack, Pablo Schreiber, Meredith Hagner, Ryann Shane, Lily Pilblad, Billy Brown, Christopher Shyer, Reg E. Cathey, Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick, Pedro Pascal and Ben Shenkman
Air date: January 11, 2011
When Lights Out begins, Patrick ‘Lights’ Leary (Holt McCallany) isn’t a man that is going to go through life with his hands tied behind his back. Five years after a career-ending fight, the former heavyweight champion is out of the game, but is content with living a life in suburbia with his wife (Catherine McCormack) and three daughters as he plays house dad in what seems to be the picture perfect post-career life.
However, as the series premiere progresses, we learn this is far from true. Lights has more problems than a simple boxing match. The poor economic situation has eroded away most of his fortune, his brother is getting into various debts, and his gym is a monetary sinkhole.
But one thing hasn’t changed throughout all this: Lights isn’t going to quit. He’s a fighter and he’ll do what needs to be done.