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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 police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?
Director: David Fincher
Screenplay By: Gillian Flynn, based on her novel
Producers: Cean Chaffin, »
- Mike Tyrkus
Who says the TV industry is just a Hollywood thing?
Not the Emmy voters, who this year recognized New York-based productions with a total of 107 nominations — topping even HBO’s heavyweight tally of 99. Add to that the deep pool of nominated talent that got its start on New York stages — everyone from Mandy Patinkin to Adam Driver — and it all serves to highlight the fact that on screen and on stage, New York and Hollywood are closer than they’ve ever been.
New York’s robust Emmy showing is part of an overall trend that has seen New York attract a growing chunk of TV and film production thanks to aggressive incentive programs from both the state and the city. The 107 nominations, touted by the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, encompasses all the shows that qualified for the city’s Made in NY incentive, open to productions of »
- Gordon Cox
Blossom reruns started airing on Hub Network this week (weekdays at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Et), and if the ’90s bug hasn’t bitten you, it could happen Friday night: The cast reunited for the first time in 20 years to film spots that will air during a three-hour marathon (starting July 11 at 9 p.m. Et).
We’ve got a few sneak peeks below at Mayim Bialik (Blossom), Joey Lawrence (Joey), Michael Stoyanov (Anthony), and Jenna von Oy (Six) reminiscing. Lawrence drops some trivia about his character name, which Bialik tops it by revealing who got her period first—her or Blossom. »
- Mandi Bierly
So it appears that Harry Styles favorited a rather graphic porn tweet, and the Internet lost their collective minds, with #HarryDontLickAnything becoming the number one trending topic on Twitter. Harry eventually noticed the trend and unfavored the tweet, replacing it among his nine favorited tweets with a cute animal. Can’t a boy band superstar appreciate porn without the whole world weighing in?
Doritos has unleashed a Roulette edition bag of chips in Canada. The idea is that most of the bag is normal chips, but 3-4 in the bag are stunningly, amazingly hot, and you don’t know which is which. People have been filming their reactions and taking over YouTube. Personally, I like to know what I’m putting in my mouth. »
- Ed Kennedy
Starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Emily Ratajkowski, Tyler Perry, Patrick Fugit, Scoot McNairy and Kathleen Rose Perkins – adapted from Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel – comes the story of an unhappy husband and wife who become the focus of a nationwide police investigation when the wife, Amy (Pike), goes missing. It’s up to husband Nick (Affleck) to prove his innocence, but when the entire population of the Us hates you what can you do?
I finished reading the book back in April in record time; I couldn’t put it down, I was that hooked by it! If you’re fearful of spoilers don’t worry, as the trailer doesn’t give anything important away.
Are you a fan of the book? »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
One of the most eagerly awaited films of the autumn is David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's hugely successful novel, Gone Girl. The film has been adapted by Flynn herself, and its cast features the likes of Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry.
A full trailer for the Gone Girl movie has just landed too, which we've got for you below these words (if all has gone to plan).
Gone Girl is due in cinemas on October 3rd in both the UK and the Us, and here's how it's shaping up...
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8 Jul 2014 - 06:07 MoviesGone GirlBen AffleckDavid FincherGillian FlynnRosamund Pike »
Four new posters and a trailer are released to offer clues to the fall release of the highly anticipated film "Gone Girl." The teaser of the David Fincher movie includes haunting voiceovers, sepia-toned lighting, and mood music from Oscar winner Trent Reznor. Opening October 3, it is based on the popular Gillian Flynn novel and stars Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Casey Wilson, and Patrick Fugit. Fincher has been a bridesmaid so far at the Oscars, so will this be finally be his chance to win the top prize? Huffington Post. -Break- The holiday box office weekend offers up a "serious collapse" and suffers one of the biggest drops of the year. The Top 10 films grossed just $113 million, which was $107 million less than last year for the same timeframe. The Michael Bay sequel "Transformers: Age of Extinction" remained in the top spot with $36.4 million. The new Melissa McCarthy »
No, Lea Michele is not pregnant, she’s just the latest victim of Twitter hacking. In addition to Chris Colfer, the Glee star revealed that her account was corrupted over the weekend: “I was Hacked! Guess @chriscolfer and I should have known better then to make our passwords the names of our cats:).” [Elvis Duran] The second trailer for Gone Girl is here, revealing more of the film’s plot (did Ben Affleck really kill his wife?) as well the ensemble cast (hi, Neil Patrick Harris!). [E!] Who will be next in line to wear the Captain America uniform? Marvel Comics just announced that Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) will be replaced by a new character in Captain America #25, premiering this fall. [MTV News] Despite Gary Oldman‘s controversial Playboy interview, »
- Taylor Ferber
Nom’s latest argle-bargle.
Russian Priest: Colorful Shoes Make Soccer a Gay Abomination
Here’s the new teaser for Doctor Who. Don’t go breaking his hearts.
Last Week Tonight was off this week, but John Oliver took to Yt for this report on those “sparkly guns you can shoot in the sky,” … fireworks.
Creationist Cartoon Shown In Georgia Biology Class Equates Evolution, Homosexuality With Satan. It wasn’t “properly vetted.” Oh, okay.
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week »
The beginning of July has yielded a new, mysterious, and chilling look at the Gone Girl movie, ensnaring us in Gillian Flynn's high-stakes thriller all over again. A new set of posters showcases evidence from the disappearance of Amy (Rosamund Pike), and the second trailer finally gives us an in-depth look at all the madness as everything falls apart for Nick (Ben Affleck). And all the while, we can't stop thinking about how the movie has a different ending than the book. And Oct. 3 is a long way away. Of course, it's hard to tell just how different it will be. During an Ama (Ask Me Anything) session on Reddit back in April, Flynn assured fans that reports concerning the ending had been exaggerated. But Flynn is a master of trickery and deceit, right? Should we take her word for it? Maybe not. With murmurs of an entirely changed third act, »
- Ryan Roschke
David Fincher’s Gone Girl, based on Gillian Flynn’s novel, may just be one of the most hotly anticipated films of the fall. And after a first eerie and tuneful trailer in the vein of Fincher’s The Social Network trailer dropped several months back, the latest reveals many more juicy details behind Flynn’s pulpy mystery. Anyone who questioned the Oscar capabilities of this movie too might want to start considering Ben Affleck too from the looks of this.
- Brian Welk
Is it that weird to not know your wife’s blood type? Never mind, I just found out. I wouldn’t want to wind up an easy suspect the way Ben Affleck does in the new trailer for Gone Girl. David Fincher‘s upcoming adaptation of Gillian Flynn‘s best seller seems at first to be just any whodunit thriller, but I have to say that the spot does a good job of making Affleck’s character sound pretty guilty of murdering his wife. There’s the matter of him not knowing her blood type, for one, but we also hear passages from her diary (read by the actress who plays her, Rosamund Pike). One particular phrase she’s written — “this man of mine may kill me” — sounds pretty incriminating, albeit circumstantially. I haven’t read the book, nor do I know how it turns out, but regardless of whether Affleck’s character did it or not »
- Christopher Campbell
Fans also get to see Neil Patrick Harris (who turns in a great creepy performance), Casey Wilson, and Tyler Perry, whose defense attorney character says, "Whatever they found, I think it's safe to assume that it's very bad."
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
"This man of mine may kill me."Things aren't looking so good for Nick Dunne in the just-released trailer for "Gone Girl," which finds Ben Affleck's character facing accusations he killed his own wife. Adapted from Gillian Flynn's insanely popular book of the same name, this David Fincher-directed film looks dark, dirty and incredibly intense -- which is exactly what Fincher does best!This new trailer gives us a little more insight into the film's plot, the action following Dunne as he tries to find out what happened to his wife while solving a mysterious anniversary scavenger hunt she set up for him before vanishing.And with a supporting cast including Rosamund Pike, a creepy Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Patrick Fugit, Sela Ward and Emily "Blurred Lines" Ratajkowski, it's definitely one interesting mix.The film opens October 3 -- will you be there opening night? Read more »
- tooFab Staff
If you're a sleuth (or just a fan of the book), you're liking scouring David Fincher's second Gone Girl trailer for hints. But maybe the biggest clue to this entire thing is how utterly confused Ben Affleck looks. He is so confused. Here are all the reasons he is confused (so far). Because a cop just put a Post-it note next to a blood stain in his kitchen: Because there’s a smashed coffee table in his house: Because a cop asked if Amy had any friends the authorities can talk to: Because all these Cool Girls showed up to volunteer: Because Neil Patrick Harris was there, but then disappeared: I have no idea what's going on in this one, to be honest: Because there are lots of people gathering outside his bar: Because an interviewer asked if he killed his wife: »
- Lindsey Weber
The latest trailer for Gone Girl dives deeper into the mystery surrounding Amy Dunne's disappearance and the dark cloud of suspicion hovering over her husband Nick. The new video, released Monday morning, shows similar scenes to the film's first look as Nick (Ben Affleck) joins the national search for his wife - now interposed with eerie voiceovers from Amy's infamous diary. "I will practice believing my husband loves me," she whispers. "But I could be wrong." The trailer also gives a glimpse of the supporting stars Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry. Fans who haven't read Gillian Flynn's 2012 thriller »
- Michele Corriston
Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike are joined by Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Patrick Fugit, and Carrie Coon in the new trailer for David Fincher’s mystery-thriller Gone Girl, adapted by Gillian Flynn from her bestselling novel. Affleck is Nick Dunne, a writer who reports his wife missing on their fifth anniversary only to become a subject of suspicion by the cops and in the media. This is the second trailer, and gives more of a glimpse of the ensemble cast. Cean Chaffin, Arnon Milchan, Josh Donen, Reese Witherspoon are producers on the pic. Fox has Gone Girl set for an […] »
“I have nothing to hide.” “This man may kill me.” Just a sample of the chilling dialogue contained in the brand new trailer for director David Fincher’s upcoming film Gone Girl. The original teaser was creepy, but this new preview is downright heart-pounding.
Four “evidence” posters were unveiled over the holiday weekend.
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 police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble and he finds himself the chief suspect behind the shocking disappearance
Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife? »
- Melissa Thompson
A second great trailer has been released for David Fincher's Gone Girl, and knowing Fincher's work, this is going to be an incredibly well-made film that tells a very intense story. The movie stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike as a seemingly perfect husband and wife who find themselves on opposite ends of an intense murder mystery. Nick (Affleck) is accused of killing his wife Amy (Pike) after she goes missing. Nick swears that he didn't do it, but as the story goes on the mystery and clues start to unravel, and the truth of what happened begins to reveal itself.
The movie also has a fantastic supporting cast that includes Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Patrick Fugit, Emily Ratajkowski, Casey Wilson, Boyd Holbrook, and Scoot McNairy. Here's the synopsis:
- Joey Paur
The highly anticipated book-turned-movie stars Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne. After Nick's wife's disappearance becomes the focus of an intense media circus, he sees the spotlight turned on him when it's suspected that he may not be innocent. Rosamund Pike plays the wife, Amy Dunne, in a series of flashbacks and voice-overs.
One sentiment that is repeated in the trailer is when Amy writes about her husband: "This man may truly kill me."
Related Pics: Gone Girl Presents Evidence In New Posters
Gone Girl hits theaters »
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