Gone Girl (Official Trailer 2014)

Author: Gillian Flynn
Book: Gone Girl

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"Gone Girl" Official Trailer (2014) Ben Affleck, David Fincher HD

In Theaters October 3rd, 2014

GONE GIRL -- directed by David Fincher and based upon the global bestseller by Gillian Flynn -- unearths the secrets at the heart of a modern marriage. On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) reports that his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing. Under pressure from the po…more

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♥ Michaela I haven't finished the novel yet, but Nick Dunne reminds me of Scott Peterson for some reason, and Ben Affleck has some shared facial features, in my head. No offense to Ben Affleck. Interesting this is going to be a movie.


message 2: by Mary Eve (last edited Apr 25, 2014 11:57AM)

Mary Eve So glad I read the book first and at the same time I wish I hadn't. THIS should be a pretty good movie. Perhaps one of those rare occasions when I am happy to see a book-to-film. Ben Affleck is the perfect choice for Nick Dunne.


Roltaire Perfect! Rosamund is perfect for the Beautiful, Brilliant, inspiring and very wealthy wife as well as Ben for the handsome, funny, bright, and charming husband. I hope the movie will be as close to the book as possible.


Susan (the other Susan) I didn't kill her either, Nick! So where is she?

:-D

I can hardly wait for this movie. Looks perfectly cast, and since Flynn has reworked the ending I can still be surprised and/or infuriated.


Ledgerina I am so looking forward to seeing this movie!


Felicia I can not wait for this movie to come out! I am not a fan of Ben Affleck but he will be a perfect Nick. He is a perfect choice! I am excited to see how well it plays out compared to the book


message 7: by Liz

Liz ♥ Michaela wrote: "I haven't finished the novel yet, but Nick Dunne reminds me of Scott Peterson for some reason, and Ben Affleck has some shared facial features, in my head. No offense to Ben Affleck. Interesting th..."

I grew up in the same town Scott & Laci Peterson lived in and, for the first half of the book, had flashbacks back to when every headline in our paper was about the Laci Peterson case. I thought the same thing - that the book was a ripoff of that case, but keep reading the book and find out!


message 8: by StephyPeg (last edited Sep 15, 2014 03:24AM)

StephyPeg ♥ Michaela wrote: "I haven't finished the novel yet, but Nick Dunne reminds me of Scott Peterson for some reason, and Ben Affleck has some shared facial features, in my head. No offense to Ben Affleck. Interesting th..."

Yes, I agree! Gillian Flynn must of surely been influenced by the Peterson case. There are a lot similarities.

I watched a doco on Peterson and said to my boyfriend that if there is ever a movie about him, Ben Affleck should play him. So weird. Close enough :-)


message 9: by janna

janna omg omg omg cant wait


Michelle {Book Hangovers} Loved the movie! Rosamund Pike, the actress who played Amy, did a fantastic job!!!! Definitely recommend!


message 11: by Lea

Lea Enjoyed the movie very much!
Masterpiece by David Fincher :)) worth seeing


message 12: by Tammy

Tammy O'keefe Ben Affleck is the perfect Nick Dunne!!


message 13: by Tk

Tk I don't know why I never learn....never read the book before you see the movie!!! Even in 2 1/2 hours the plot felt "rushed" and the timeline and storyline were a little different. I love Ben Affleck but wish he had played Nick a little "colder and more calculating", especially when he's trying to lure Amy home. I also thought Neil Patrick Harris was totally miscast as Desi. I enjoyed this movie and would recommend it but do not agree it's a David Fincher masterpiece. I don't know if it's possible to top, or even match, the brilliance of Se7en.


kilobyyte This movie was entirely too long it was a good movie that made me think what the hell is happening here?! Didn't like the ending but it was a good movie to watch. Amy was an interesting piece of work.


message 15: by Jessica

Jessica Blair Mary wrote: "So glad I read the book first and at the same time I wish I hadn't. THIS should be a pretty good movie. Perhaps one of those rare occasions when I am happy to see a book-to-film. Ben Affleck is the..." It was a really good movie i did it backwards well i read the sample first and liked it so much that someone rented the movie before i could read the book fully and i won't spoil it for you but it is highly recomended.


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