The trailer for “Gone Girl,” the bestseller by Gillian Flynn, is finally here. The David Fincher-directed big screen adaptation stars Ben Affleck is sleazy Nick and Rosamund Pike is his wife, Amy, who has suddenly gone missing. Fingers crossed, the movie will be just as suspenseful as the must-read book.
I can’t stop staring at the cover of this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, featuring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike as their characters in the film adaptation of Gone Girl, the best-selling book by Gillian Flynn. Quite an evocative and macabre image if you ask me — but it perfectly captures the energy between this disturbingly compatible married couple. Cannot wait for this movie. [Entertainment Weekly]
Gone Girl was one of my favorite page-turners of the last few years, so I’m among the many excited that Gillian Flynn’s book is being adapted for the big screen. Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck are starring as trouble married couple Amy and Nick Dunne and the film is being directed by the incredible David Fincher. Yesterday, this first still was tweeted by 20th Century Fox, showing Affleck as Nick in front of a missing person’s poster with Pike as Amy on it. I’m a litttttle unsure about Affleck being right for this role — he’s just a better director than actor, let’s face it — but hopefully I’ll be pleasantly surprised. [Huffington Post]
Ben Affleck is going to star in the “Gone Girl” movie adaptation. OMG. Have you read “Gone Girl”? Have you? Read it now. I haven’t read a page-turner like “Gone Girl” in years. It’s so good. It’s so good. David Fincher is said to be directing the film with Reese Witherspoon producing it, so you know it will be incredible. Read more on College Candy…
For the last few days, I’ve barely come up for air, I’ve been so engrossed in reading Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. A clever and cool thriller, the book is about a woman named Amy Dunne who goes missing on her fifth wedding anniversary and her husband Nick, thanks to his odd behavior and a suspicious crime scene, quickly becomes the number one suspect. I absolutely love a good mystery and this one kept me on my toes page after page, but Gone Girl was so much more. It’s also a darkly humorous portrait of a modern marriage facing the challenges of a rough economy and shifting gender roles. The whole time I was reading it, I was unsure of who to root for, if anyone, and was on the edge of my seat till the very end. Gone Girl is one of the most fun, creepy, and witty mysteries I’ve read in years. [$13.97, Amazon]