Edward Norton Reveals Why ‘Fight Club’ Bombed at the Box Office

NEW YORK (15th Oct, 2019): It’s been 20 years since the world was introduced to Brad Pitt and Edward Norton in the blockbuster film, Fight Club.

According to details, Fight Club was released on 15th of October in 1999, directed by David Fincher and starring Edward Norton, Brad Pitt and Helena Bonham Carter. It is based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Chuck Palahniuk.

It’s a film that is synonymously attached to both Edward Norton and Brad Pitt’s illustrious career. We all are wonder why the blockbuster film bombed when it was first released in cinemas. Edward Norton has finally spoken candidly about why the film bombed at the box-office in 1999.

During his chat with people TV, the Oscar-nominated actor raised the point that marketing team of Fight Club for their reluctance to accept such a film.

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He said, “In my view, there was a reluctance on the part of few people who were actually marketing it, to embrace the idea that it was funny, and I think they felt indicted by it,” Norton added further, “I think if you felt more like the guy who is filmed of my boss, then you will be more inclined not to like the film. Moreover, it just was a tough one to distill.”

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