29 November 2013 9:05 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Don't worry, there's not a sequel to the movie Fight Club just yet, but author Chuck Palahniuk is working on a sequel to his book that inspired the film, except this time it's in the form of a graphic novel. We heard about this sequel over the summer, and now Pahalhniuk has unveiled some more details on the story while speaking to Hustler (which just seems appropriate, via JoBlo). As for the story, we already know it will pick up ten years after what seemed like the end for Tyler Durden. And while Palahniuk knows his original story was thematically about the failure of fathers, and the sequel will veer and evolve from that too. Palahniuk was vague about his plans at first saying: "So much of 'Fight Club' was a rant against fathers. At the time every man I knew was complaining about how little he’d learned from his father. »

- Ethan Anderton

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