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With two weekends at the top of the box office, it's safe to say that the mystery of Gone Girl has captivated and ensnared audiences to take a closer look at the film's labyrinthine plot line. Yet with all of the twists, turns, and taunts; there's still one character the story would be nothing without.
Gone Girl held the number one spot for a second weekend in a row, while four newcomers settled for non-exciting to down right disappointing openings. Several major small release indie and indie-ish movies hit theaters with mixed results.
Rosamund Pike has admitted that she would return for a sequel to Gone Girl, but only if Gillian Flynn writes the potential follow-up. Flynn scribed both the script to David Fincher’s intoxicating thriller and the novel that it’s based upon, and Pike has revealed that it would be a travesty if anyone else dared tried to reimagine her characters.
Looking to Gone Girl, Dracula Untold, and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of twisted thrillers, vampire tales, and family-friendly adventures.
Ben Affleck’s impossibly comfortable turn as the self-centered Nick Dunne struck me as yet another combination of a perfect Fincher choice, followed by a seamless performance under the director’s watchful eye. And I realized it was the latest of many.
The main reason I love Harris’ answer is because it gives us insight into the painstaking process of creating a memorable scene (in a movie that’s packed with them).
Author Gillian Flynn translated her wildly popular novel into a savvy screenplay, and much of her original story stayed intact. But there was one plot point that she confesses director David Fincher demanded she change
The following story talks about Gone Girl in very frank detail. If you haven’t seen it yet, bail on this article immediately. It’s a good movie, and it’s worth seeing without being spoiled.
Millions of you flocked to Gone Girl over the weekend, and you saw Fincher’s ending. How does it differ from Gillian Flynn’s book?
It was a good weekend for director David Fincher and his leading man Ben Affleck. Not only was their new movie Gone Girl number one this weekend, it banked a total that is one of the highest for each.
Following are the 15 biggest changes I noticed in my screening of Gone Girl. Plenty of other details were changed, of course, and feel free to remark on any changes you feel may have been more noticeable. There are many spoilers in Gone Girl book to movie comparison.
As someone who read Gillian Flynn’s book prior to seeing Gone Girl, I can tell you that Fincher and his cast are smart enough to include clever nods and calculated asides to entertain those who know where the story is going.
Ben Affleck says this is all par for the course with the story David Fincher wanted to tell in Gone Girl. The actor says that his director planned to make a “warts and all movie. It can have no vanity. You have to see the naked underbelly of this character.”
With the fall season having finally arrived, Hollywood is picking up the pace and three new flicks hitting the screen this weekend - including another much-anticipated David Fincher-directed adaptation of a best-seller. This week we’ve got girls going gone, dolls getting crazy and people being left behind.