Lord Voldemoo wrote:Is the Jessica Biel (shudder) a good shudder or a bad shudder? Because, given her acting ability on the one hand, and her body on the other, it really could be either...
John-Locke wrote:I'd Bang Biel good and proper for sure given the chance, But I don't really see the big attraction unless your idea of a leading lady is someone who bought their looks, unless her nose and boobs are natural which I don't think they are.
jgraphix wrote:Been reading Chuch Phalaniuk's "Haunted" and man is this book effed up. If anybody has read any of his books and liked them, pick this up. The short story Guts is worth the price of it alone...disgusting.
Wolfpack wrote:I've moved on to Choke by Chuck Palahniuk. It's about a guy who pays his mother's medical bills by pretending to choke in ritzy restaurants so the people that save him will send him checks (feeling some kind of weird responsibility. Not too sure why). He also scavanges sexual addiction support groups for pieces of tail.
Jeff Sneider wrote:"Fight Club" author Chuck Palahniuk hasn't had a novel adapted for the bigscreen since 2008's "Choke," but there has been movement on one of his earliest novels, as TV helmer Samir Rehem has become attached to direct "Invisible Monsters."
Story follows a disfigured ex-fashion model, a pill-popping drama queen and a sexually confused vice operative as they embark on a road trip hoping to reinvent themselves.
Cameron MacLaren is penning a faithful adaptation of the book and producing through his Toronto-based banner MacLaren Prods., where the project is still being developed as he continues to raise financing.
Palahniuk himself is weighing in with suggestions on how to stylize the story for a visual medium.
UTA-repped Rehem has directed episodes of MTV's "Skins," FX's "Testees" and "Degrassi: The Next Generation."
Jay Deitcher wrote:Fight Club is getting a sequel, and it is going to be in comic format, baby! Originally announced at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con, writer Chuck Palahniuk has given an update to his official fan site, he writes:The graphic novel “script” for the Fight Club sequel has gone off to the writer Matt Fraction and to an unnamed publisher for review. Matt writes his own series, called “Sex Criminals” and does very well. He’s been my go-to advisor about format and other considerations of graphic scripts. I’ll be choosing an illustrator based on their response to the script. The sequel will consist of seven issues, totally more than 210 pages. Fingers crossed. – Chuck
Palahniuk’s initial announcement, released in July, showed insight into the story he is creating:It will likely be a series of books that update the story ten years after the seeming end of Tyler Durden. Nowadays, Tyler is telling the story, lurking inside Jack, and ready to launch a come-back. Jack is oblivious. Marla is bored. Their marriage has run aground on the rocky coastline of middle-aged suburban boredom. It’s only when their little boy disappears, kidnapped by Tyler, that Jack is dragged back into the world of Mayhem.
Oooooh yeah, mamma jamma! During my college days, I watched this flick 54 and a half times! That means that I remember at least one full viewing of the movie. The criticism of America’s commercialism mixed with the illegal substances I was ingesting blew my freakin’ mind (I have over 8 years sober now, and I no longer watch this movie on repeat).
Anywho, who’s excited?
TheButcher wrote:It will likely be a series of books that update the story ten years after the seeming end of Tyler Durden. Nowadays, Tyler is telling the story, lurking inside Jack, and ready to launch a come-back. Jack is oblivious. Marla is bored. Their marriage has run aground on the rocky coastline of middle-aged suburban boredom. It’s only when their little boy disappears, kidnapped by Tyler, that Jack is dragged back into the world of Mayhem.
Nikara Johns wrote:“Fight Club 2” is set to pick up 10 years after the ending of the 1996 book with the unnamed narrator now married to Marla Singer, who was played by Helena Bonham Carter in the movie, and struggling to be a good father to their nine-year-old son, Junior.
The Tyler Durden character will also return, where Palahniuk says readers will learn of his true origins. Pitt played Durden in the film.
“Tyler is something that maybe has been around for centuries and is not just this aberration that’s popped into his mind,” he said.
Most of the characters from the first book (and film) will return in the comicbook series, as well as Project Mayhem.
Palahniuk and Fincher will be on a “Fight Club” panel on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con 2014.
The maxiseries is illustrated by Cameron Stewart and will debut in May 2015.
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