The Killer, directed by David Fincher, has its debut trailer released online. Michael Fassbender will play the serial Killer at the center of a worldwide manhunt in this movie. Tilda Swinton, who played Doctor Strange, will also be in the movie, though her exact role has yet to be revealed. This suspense film is based on the French graphic novel of the same name by Alexis Nolent, which was collected into 12 albums, but until now, very little was known about the plot or the novel’s specific sections that would be used in the film.
Netflix has released the first trailer for Fincher’s forthcoming action picture as part of a sizzle video promoting their upcoming 2023 releases.
Despite its brevity, the tape shows Fassbender’s murderer amid two carefully staged fight situations, with the voiceover narration reading, “Don’t try to wing it. Believe no one.” The trailer also confirms the film’s November 10 streaming service debut.
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Even though we don’t know much about the plot of The Killer at the moment, we know that Michael Fassbender’s character goes on a quest for the Killer after a near miss puts him and his employers in the spotlight. Dolores (Kerry O’Malley) and Hodges (Charles Parnell), who was most recently seen as Rear Admiral Solomon “Warlock” Bates in Joseph Kosinski’s Top Gun: Maverick, will join Fassbender and Swinton in the picture. Since working with Fincher on Mank in 2020 and on his Mindhunter series for 16 episodes, cinematographer Erik Messerschmidt has also joined the project.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, who have worked with Fincher before, will provide the score. Before working on Fincher’s The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl, and Mank, the two had previously worked together. Reznor and Ross were nominated for an Academy Award in 2021 for their work on Mank’s score, which followed their 2021 win for The Social Network. After working with Fincher on Seven, one of his most successful films and propelling him to celebrity after the critical failure of Alien 3, screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker is now writing The Killer.
Since 2007, when Fincher first announced that he would direct the film and Paramount Pictures would distribute it with a script by Alessandro Camron, the film has been developing. Fincher has been linked to directing several unsuccessful films, including the recently scrapped sequel to “World War Z.” Despite this, Fincher negotiated a four-year exclusive deal with Netflix following the success of Mank, and his next film, The Killer, was produced for the streaming service. Based on the little clip, Fassbender gives a strong performance in an explosive action thriller. Production on The Killer will be completed in March of 2022, so the fact that Netflix has already posted a preview of the thriller gives us hope that it will premiere this year as planned.