- Netflix unveils the first poster for “The Killer,” starring Michael Fassbender
- David Fincher directs the movie adaptation of the French graphic novel
- Fassbender plays a hitman with a psychological disorder
Netflix recently released the first official poster for the highly anticipated film, “The Killer,” directed by David Fincher and starring Michael Fassbender. This intense thriller promises to be a gripping and chilling adaptation of the original French graphic novel.
In “The Killer,” Fassbender portrays a cold-blooded hitman who struggles with a psychological disorder that makes him feel detached from the world around him. As he navigates the murky world of crime and deception, his character delves deeper into the darkness that surrounds him.
This collaboration between Fincher and Fassbender has created buzz in the industry, as both are renowned for their exceptional work in the world of cinema. Praise for Fassbender’s previous roles, such as “Steve Jobs” and “12 Years a Slave,” speaks to his impressive range, while Fincher’s directorial talents are evident in films like “The Social Network” and “Gone Girl.”
The film’s first poster showcases a slick, stylized design that hints at the dark and twisted nature of the story. As fans eagerly await the release of “The Killer,” the anticipation continues to build for this cinematic masterpiece brought to life by some of the most talented individuals in the industry.