It is reported that production has been halted on Gone Girl director David Fincher's HBO comedy series Videosynchrazy after the filmmaker requested time for a review of the footage shot so far.
Deadline.com reports that filming on either episode four or five was taking place when the decision was made and that there might be some "script retooling".
Based on an idea by Fincher, Videosynchrazy is set in Los Angeles in the 1980s and follows a college drop-out (Charlie Rowe) with dreams of being a filmmaker who finds a job working as a PA for a company that makes music videos.
Details of the show have been closely guarded, but it is believed that Irish actress Kerry Condon is among the cast.
Fincher, who has been directing episodes, began his career in music videos, directing the promos for Madonna's Express Yourself and Vogue, George Michael's Freedom '90, Sting's Englishman in New York and Aerosmith's Janie's Got a Gun, among many others.