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I was dreamin' when I wrote this, forgive me if it goes astray ♫

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A topic worth thinking carefully over though this stream of consciousness must do for now.

Esquire claims that 1999 was the last Great Year of Movies. Several good points are made but Of Course the writer had to throw out that exhausting false equivalent "tv is better than film" argument again that actually has very little to do with the topic at hand. Stop people of the internet. Think before you type. The two art forms are not interchangeable - they have different strengths and weaknesses and the transcendent TV series are but a tiny sliver of the product on TV just as the most magical movies are a tiny sliver of films made. The best TV is not equivalent to cinematic blockbusters, what's equivalent to that if you must have your damn equivalencies are massively watched shows like The Big Bang Theory, The Voice, Duck Dynasty and Modern Family and »

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Comic-Con 2014 Film Panel Schedule: ‘Star Wars,’ ‘X-Men’ and More

23 July 2014 2:04 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

San Diego Comic-Con originally branded itself by aptly showing primarily comicbooks. Now, in its 45th year, the convention has become an entertainment haven, showcasing producers, stars, writers and hundreds of personalities to promote pop culture from July 23-27. View our tentative schedule of Comic-Con’s film panels and events below, with further updates as they are announced. Variety will be in attendance at Sdcc as well, bringing the news, interviews and important panel information to the web.

Variety’s constantly updating TV schedule for Sdcc can be found here.

July 24

The Legacy and Return of Battlestar Galactica” (10:30 a.m., Room 6Bcf) Original series actors Richard Hatch, Jamie Bamber and Luciana Carro, as well as the show’s science consultant Dr. Kevin Grazier and auction producer Alec Peters, host a discussion on the upcoming movie. Surprise guests and theatrical trailers are planned.

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Fight Club 2 Plot and Release Details

23 July 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

If you're a fan of Fight Club,  you'll be very happy to know author Chuck Palahniuk is writing a sequel! The new story is coming to us in the form of a 10 issue limited comic series that will be illustrated by Cameron Stewart. This is a description of the story from Dark Horse Comics:

Fight Club 2 takes place alternately in the future and the past. It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a 9-year-old son named Junior, though the narrator is failing his son in the same way his dad failed him.

At the same time, Palahniuk says readers will have an idea of Tyler's true origins. "Tyler is something that maybe has been around for centuries and is not just this aberration that's popped into his mind."

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Here Are Your Fight Club 2 Details

23 July 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | newser.com | See recent newser news »

Author Chuck Palahniuk got Fight Club fans pretty excited when he told the crowd at last year's Comic-Con he was writing a sequel to the popular novel. And now we finally know something about it. USA Today reveals that the book's sequel, Fight Club 2 , will be a 10-issue graphic novel series produced by Dark Horse Comics and will pick up a decade after the original book left off. The nameless insomniac narrator is married to equally-disturbed Marla Singer, and the couple have a 9-year-old son named Junior. As for the other characters in the original, don't worry: most are »

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There's Going to Be a Fight Club Sequel - in Comic Book Form

23 July 2014 5:40 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

I am Jack's cross-medium franchise. Author Chuck Palahniuk is revisiting his epochal tale of consumer disenfranchisement and punching strangers, Fight Club - the 1999 film version of which gave us peak-level Brad Pitt abs - and he's doing so in a medium that may surprise you: comic books. Fight Club 2 will be a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics series illustrated by Cameron Stewart, debuting in May 2015. Palahniuk describes to USA Today being sort-of forced into the project, saying he mentioned it at last year's New York Comic Con. "I messed up and said I was doing the sequel in front of 1,500 geeks with telephones. »

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‘Fight Club 2' Coming to Comics Courtesy of Book's Author Chuck Palahniuk

23 July 2014 1:49 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The movie “Fight Club” captured the imagination of a generation, with a twist ending few saw coming and even fewer can forget. Now, Chuck Palahniuk, the author of the 1996 book the film was based on, is returning to the characters he created for a comic book sequel. Published by Dark Horse Comics, which has been publishing official sequels to Joss Whedon‘s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” and “Firefly/Serenity” for years, “Fight Club 2” will be a 10-issue series illustrated by Cameron Stewart. Also read: Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie to Star in Universal's Intimate Drama ‘By the Sea’ Palahniuk said in an interview. »

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Details revealed about Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club 2 comic book

22 July 2014 10:48 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Almost a year on from its official announcement at the New York Comic Con, USA Today has revealed details about author Chuck Palahniuk’s upcoming comic book sequel to his 1996 novel Fight Club, which was of course turned into a 1999 movie by David Fincher, with Brad Pitt and Edward Norton starring.

Entitled Fight Club 2, the 10-issue maxiseries is set for publication next year from Dark Horse Comics. According to the site, it “takes place alternately in the future and the past. It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a 9-year-old son named Junior, though the narrator is failing his son in the same way his dad failed him”. Project Mayhem also returns, and “still has its hooks in the narrator as he has to save his boy when the youngster’s life is in peril. »

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Chuck Palahniuk Talks About Tyler’s Return In Fight Club 2 Comic Book Series

22 July 2014 9:39 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

A year ago, Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk revealed that a sequel to his bruising 1996 satire was in the works – although in the form of a graphic novel. Now, in a move that breaks the first two rules of Fight Club, the heralded writer is speaking about the follow-up, in the wake of a Comic-Con panel with the adaptation’s director, David Fincher, on Sunday. Designed as a ten-issue comic book series, Fight Club 2 will feature the novel and film’s three main characters.

Set 10 years after the destructive events of the novel, Fight Club 2 will focus on the Narrator (who Edward Norton portrayed in Fincher’s film), who is now married to Marla Singer and has a nine-year-old son. Meanwhile, the Project Mayhem organization, which began wreaking havoc in Palahniuk’s novel, is still around and rears its head when the protagonist’s son is in peril. Also, the »

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New Details and Artwork from Fight Club’s Upcoming Comic Book Sequel

22 July 2014 8:47 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

There has been a lot of talk about a Fight Club sequel, and the novel that David Fincher’s beloved 1999 movie was based on is about to get one…in comic book form! Chuck Palahniuk will release the 10-issue series in 2015 through Dark Horse Comics, and artist Cameron Stewart will join him.

Palahniuk will appear at the San Diego Comic-Con this weekend at a Fight Club panel alongside Fincher, so we’ll likely hear a lot more about the project then. However, the author has already revealed some details, including the fact that it will take place in both the future and the past.

To begin with, it picks up a decade after the ending of the original book, and the protagonist (played by Edward Norton in the movie) is now married to Marla Singer (Helena Bonham Carter) and has a 9-year-old son named Junior. However, the narrator is failing »

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Fight Club 2 To Hit Comic Shelves In May 2015

22 July 2014 8:10 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Ask any artist and they'll tell you that nothing is ever a "finished product," but their works are instead the most complete version of the product they intended to put into the world. Chuck Palahniuk understands that better than anyone else, and is showing us what happens when old friends once more come to play in the playground that is the creative mind. While it's been on the books for a while now, we've got an exciting update on one of those sequels nobody ever thought would exist: Fight Club 2 USA Today sat down with Mr. Palahniuk as he prepares to attend this year's Comic Con to promote his limited Dark Horse Comics series, set after the ending of Fight Club. More specifically, it takes place a decade after The Narrator and Marla were last seen . holding hands at the assumed collapse of society. Much like art, revolutions never really »

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Fight Club Gets Comic Book Sequel

22 July 2014 7:48 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Dark Horse Comics

Directly contravening the first two rules that he himself came up with, writer Chuck Palahniuk has been talking about carrying on the story of Fight Club next year. Not in the form of another book, however, or a big screen sequel from director David Fincher – nope, Fight Club 2 is going to be a comic book. Specifically, a 10-issue maxiseries illustrated by Cameron Stewart that Dark Horse will publish start in 2015. The story continues eighteen years after the book and – wait, Fight Club came out eighteen years ago? Boy, do we feel old now.

The press release, which came out ahead of the book’s official announcement at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend (Palahniuk accidentally leaked the news during a recent public appearance), says that the comic “takes place alternately in the future and the past. It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, »

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See cover of Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club sequel comic as plot details emerge

22 July 2014 7:28 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Chuck Palahniuk has announced further details of his Fight Club comic sequel.

Dark Horse Comics has also offered a first look at David Mack's cover art for the follow-up to the author's original 1996 novel.

The 10-issue maxiseries will be illustrated by Cameron Stewart and will be released in May 2015.

Dark Horse's synopsis for the novel reads: "Fight Club 2 takes place alternately in the future and the past.

"It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a 9-year-old son named Junior, though the narrator is failing his son in the same way his dad failed him."

Speaking to USA Today, Palahniuk said of the book's main character: "Tyler Durden is something that maybe has been around for centuries and is not just this aberration that's popped into his mind."

Further details about the »

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Fight Club sequel comic by Chuck Palahniuk offers first look

22 July 2014 7:28 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Chuck Palahniuk has announced further details of his Fight Club comic sequel.

Dark Horse Comics has also offered a first look at David Mack's cover art for the follow-up to the author's original 1996 novel.

The 10-issue maxiseries will be illustrated by Cameron Stewart and will be released in May 2015.

Dark Horse's synopsis for the novel reads: "Fight Club 2 takes place alternately in the future and the past.

"It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a 9-year-old son named Junior, though the narrator is failing his son in the same way his dad failed him."

Speaking to USA Today, Palahniuk said of the book's main character: "Tyler Durden is something that maybe has been around for centuries and is not just this aberration that's popped into his mind."

Further details about the »

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'Fight Club' Sequel to Be Published as Comic Book Series Next Year

22 July 2014 6:05 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Nearly a decade after Fight Club blew minds and established strict "no talking" rules, author Chuck Palahniuk is working a sequel that will be published in May 2015 as a 10-issue comic book series for Dark Horse Comics, USA Today reports.

'Fight Club' and 12 More Movies That Defined a Generation

Illustrated by Cameron Stewart, Fight Club 2 will pick up 10 years after the events of the first book: The unnamed narrator is now married to Marla Singer and struggling to be a good father to their nine-year-old son, Junior. And of course, »

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Comics: Chuck Palahniuk Working On Fight Club 2 For Dark Horse

22 July 2014 4:20 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Could we see this adapted for the big screen too? Could Fincher, Pitt and Norton return? Anything's possible, but we're getting ahead of ourselves -- for now we have the new comic series to look forward to in May, 2015. "Fight Club 2 takes place alternately in the future and the past. It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a 9 year-old son named Junior, though the narrator is failing his son in the same way his dad failed him." Palahniuk also promises the return of Tyler Durden (Bradd Pitt's "character" in the movei version) and the organization known as Project Mayhem. More at the link below. »

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Chuck Palahniuk Announces Fight Club 2 Comic Book

21 July 2014 5:48 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Rules are made to be broken, and author Chuck Palahniuk is breaking one of the big ones, talking as he is about his most famous and best-loved work, Fight Club, and the sequel he's writing for Dark Horse Comics.More details will be announced at a special Fight Club Comic-Con panel later this week, but the key news is this: a ten-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries illustrated by Cameron Stewart will arrive May 2015. Write that down in your Ikea diaries, and be sure to check out this promotional artwork that has been released to mark the announcement.Dark Horse Comics' blog summarises the plot of the 18-years-in-the-making sequel to the original 1996 novel thusly:"Fight Club 2 takes place alternately in the future and the past. It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a nine year-old son named Junior, »

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Chuck Palahniuk Talks About the ‘Fight Club’ Sequel

21 July 2014 4:05 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Technically, the first and second rules of Fight Club are that you don’t talk about Fight Club. They don’t say anything about the Fight Club sequel, so Chuck Palahniuk isn’t breaking any vows by discussing his new project. Officially announced by Palahniuk earlier this year, Fight Club 2 is a ten-issue comic book series that picks […]

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Chuck Palahniuk's 'Fight Club 2' Scheduled for April 2015

21 July 2014 3:53 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Ahead of Saturday’s planned panel, more details have emerged about Chuck Palahniuk’s comic book follow-up to his his seminal Fight Club novel. The 10-part series, to be published by Dark Horse Comics, will be illustrated by Cameron Stewart and take place in time periods both ahead of, and behind, the original 1996 novel—famously adapted into a movie by director David Fincher—in the process, re-examining themes from the first book from a new perspective. Story Palahniuk Updates 'Fight Club' Sequel Status The author told USA Today that, while the first book was “such a tirade against fathers—everything I

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Don't talk about these new details about the Fight Club comic book sequel

21 July 2014 12:55 PM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Can you tell it is Comic-con week yet? Things are getting exciting folks and so to keep it going here are some new details surrounding Chuck Palahniuk’s anticipated comic sequel to his novel Fight Club. The novel as you know spawned an amazing little movie you may have heard of. Last year at Comic-Con, Palahniuk revealed the existence of the sequel as a comic book. The Fight Club sequel was in its early stages at the time, with no artist being named and only a basic plot outline »

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Don’t Turn Out The Light: Is David Fincher Still Afraid of the Dark?

16 July 2014 4:25 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Martin Carr on the work of David Fincher

‘I’m interested in films that scar’ February 96’ (Empire Magazine)

‘I’m not interested in the guy on his own, in a dark room sharpening his knives’ (Zodiac Commentary)

At the heart of David Fincher is a contradiction. Beneath his meticulous approach and need for perfection is a conflict of interest. With a history of visually striking music videos which often extend into short narrative films, Fincher’s unflinching focus on character and exploration of social agendas make him a true original. For someone defined in part by his use of darkness, that Fincher would feign indifference to those characters that exist within it is baffling. If we discount The Curious Case of Benjamin Button it becomes apparent that elsewhere, from Alien3 through to The Social Network, are pivotal characters with thematically dark undertones. So the question is, how can he be »

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