David Fincher’s first movie since Gone Woman appears like it is going to be properly well worth the wait. The director’s upcoming Netflix movie, Mank, tells the true story of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, aka “Mank,” the lesser-known cowriter behind Orson Welles’s iconic drama, Citizen Kane. Set in Nineteen Thirties Hollywood and shot fully in black and white, Mank seems to be an actual homage to the golden age of cinema and (we’re predicting!) a worthy Oscar contender.
As reported by Deadline, the biopic has been a 20-year ardour challenge for Fincher, who’s come near bagging an Oscar not as soon as, however twice — in 2009 for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and once more in 2011 for The Social Community. With Gary Oldman main the forged and the likes of Amanda Seyfried and Lily Collins supporting, we could not be extra excited to catch Mank when it lands on Netflix on Dec. 4. Catch the teaser trailer forward and for the remainder of the forged becoming a member of Oldman, Seyfried, and Collins, maintain studying!