Zodiac Killer Identity Revealed: David Fincher to Finally Give Us a Sequel?

David Fincher’s 2007 film Zodiac based on the life of the unidentified ‘Zodiac Killer’ is a pulse-racing investigative thriller that fans have long adored. However, the recent development in the real-life case of the ‘Zodiac Killer’ has filled the audience with anticipation if the Mank director will give us a sequel that has been long overdue. In Fincher’s Zodiac, the audience was left with the name Arthur Leigh Allen as the prime suspect, even though exploring other options was never a no-no as the film had an open-end closing.

The ‘Zodiac Killer’ case which remains open to date has recently seen some uncalled for development. The Wrap reports that FBI and the police department of California have reports from the investigators stating that the Zodiac Killer’s identity has been revealed. The name that “The Case Breakers” have offered is Gary Francis Poste. Does this mean that Fincher can continue the story of the Zodiac Killer and steer the storyline to move towards hunting Gary Poste?

Before Fincher can give an official word about this, fans have taken all over Twitter to express and demand the director to make a sequel.

Check out some Twitter Reactions on David Fincher’s Zodiac Sequel:

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The recent global blackout of Facebook which cost Mark Zukerberg $6 million has also become a point of notice for Twitteratis who are linking it to Fincher’s The Social Network. In some hilarious tweets, fans are encouraging David Fincher to have a sequel film added to both Zodiac and The Social Network.

Check out some memes about Zodiac and The Social Network, here:

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Meanwhile, after his monochromatic success Mank on Netflix, the director has teamed up with Netflix for another title called ‘The Killer’. This assassin drama is going to be led by Michael Fassbender and the script is in the making by the much-acclaimed Andrew Kevin Walker, who has previously collaborated with Fincher for projects like Se7en and Fight Club.

In meantime, you can stream Zodiac on Netflix.

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