David Fincher’s 1980s-Set HBO Comedy Pauses Production

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David Fincher’s HBO comedy “Videosynchrazy” has paused production in Los Angeles for possible script retooling.

The project has been kept highly secret but it is believed to be set in Los Angeles in the early 1980s and revolve around the birth of the music video industry. Deadline first reported on the shutdown. HBO could not be reached for comment.

Details are sketchy but the series was said to have filmed four or five episodes, according to Deadline. Fincher got an early career boost from his work in music videos.


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  1. Jack Millar says:

    Or could it be that lead star Charlie Rowe has landed the Spider-Man gig…?

    • Loo says:

      I wouldn’t think that he’d be allowed to just ditch this production for another one, not without legal ramifications.

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