#September2018

‘Bond 25’ is being helmed by ‘True Detective’ director Cary Fukunaga. This fucking owns, dudes

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Bond 25 is troubled. An exhausted star. A departed director. A scrapped script. So, how do you get me torqued for it? You bring on goddamn genius Cary Fukunaga to direct it.

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‘Maniac’ Teaser: Emma Stone and Jonah Hill got a Multiversal Connection in Fukunaga’s limited series

Not even watching this teaser, friends. Just sharing it in case you’re inclined. Why ain’t I? ‘Cause I’m already three-thousand-fucking-percent sold on this limited series from Cary Fukunaga.

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Cary Fukunaga might direct Kubrick’s ‘Napoleon’ For HBO

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Cary Fukunaga might be returning to HBO, after rocking our collective asses with the first season of True Detective. The director (dare I say…auteur?) is rumored to be taking on Kubrick’s Napoleon for the channel.

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Netflix has picked up ‘Maniac’, the Cary Fukunaga TV project starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill

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Netflix has continued their relationship with Cary Fukunaga, picking up the director’s adaptation of Norwegian TV series Maniac starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill. I’m ready for this. Super ready.

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Cary Fukunaga directing TV remake of Norwegian dark comedy ‘Maniac’, starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill

Emma Stone and Jonah HillAwesome coalescence of talent is awesome.

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‘Beasts of No Nation’ Trailer: Fukunaga‘s War Torn Meditation

Cary Fukunaga leaves adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘It’ over budget cuts

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Bummer. After True Detective, I’m looking forward to anything Cary Fukunaga is working on. And it ain’t like he doesn’t have a huge slate of upcoming projects, but the idea of seeing him adaptation a classic was intriguing as fuck.

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Netflix lands streaming and theatrical deal for Fukunaga’s ‘Beasts Of No Nation’

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Netflix ain’t fucking around. They’ve purportedly snagged That Guy Who Directed All of True Detective‘s First Season’s next movie, for theatrical and streaming purposes.

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