David Fincher reunites with Seven writer Andrew Kevin Walker for The Killer – and here’s the first trailer.
In 1995, director David Fincher and writer Andrew Kevin Walker joined forces to make Seven, one of the most iconic thrillers of the decade. They’ve now reunited to make The Killer, an adaptation of the graphic novels by Alexis Nolent. The synopsis reads as follows:
‘After a fateful near-miss an assassin battles his employers, and himself, on an international manhunt he insists isn’t personal.’
Michael Fassbender, Charles Parnell, Arliss Howard, Sophie Charlotte and Tilda Swinton star.
The Killer will land in select theatres on 27th October and on Netflix on 10th November.
Watch the trailer below:
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