It was pegged as a violent, anarchic film that was sure to incite trouble. But at its core, 1999's 'Fight Club' was darkly funny tale of an underground movement started by an unnamed narrator (Edward Norton) and his charismatic sidekick (Brad Pitt) who were out to strike a blow against materialism, consumerism, and...IKEA catalogs. Directed by David Fincher, the adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s first novel had plenty of behind-the-scenes war stories including feuds with the studio, soap-making classes, and some voluntarily chipped teeth. To mark the movie’s 15th anniversary and Fincher’s new movie, ‘Gone Girl,’ we’re looking back at some things you never knew about ‘Fight Club.’ Click through the slideshow then
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