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“Gone Girl” author Gillian Flynn has yet another adaptation in the pipeline. Her debut novel “Sharp Objects” is being developed as a one-hour serialized drama with Marti Noxon on board as showrunner and writer and Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum and Charles Layton to executive produce.
“Sharp Objects” follows a reporter who has to cover the murder of two preteen girls in her hometown following a brief stint in a psych hospital. The novel has won two of Britain’s Dagger Awards and was an Edgar Award finalist.
- Alex Stedman
Exclusive: Beverly Hills-based management company Magnolia Entertainment has promoted a trio of managers and locked in $100 million in production funding with Shanghai-based Kylin-Mandarin Enterprises. The expansion into production funding comes as Magnolia promoted managers Ari Zudkewich, Jared Ceizler, and Kauveh Khozein and given them supervisory capacities. Two other managers have left the firm. Zudkewich will focus on the company’s literary division, which includes such clients as Daniel Espinosa, David Caspe, Scott Kosar, Kieran Darcy Smith, Fedor Bondarchuk and Matt Greenberg. Ceizler will focus on servicing Magnolia’s talent division, which includes such actors as Rachel McAdams, Rosamund Pike, Tatiana Maslany, […] »
When Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl broke out to become the runaway literary hit of the summer, Hollywood naturally turned its focus to getting the thriller author’s rabid fans into theaters. Quickly, 20th Century Fox and Se7en director David Fincher snagged Gone Girl. That red-hot thriller adaptation, starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, is being positioned as an awards contender and given an Oscar-friendly release in October. Then, Exclusive Media grabbed the rights to Flynn’s earlier novel Dark Places (out this September), which Charlize Theron will star in alongside Chloë Grace Moretz. Now, we’re hearing that Flynn’s debut thriller Sharp Objects is also getting adapted – but, intriguingly, for the small screen.
Entertainment One is developing and producing Sharp Objects, on which Flynn will collaborate with producers Marti Noxon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity). The author will be serving as an executive-producer on the drama series, »
- Isaac Feldberg
Amy is missing. Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?
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 police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behaviour has everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife? »
Charlize Theron, Emma Watson, and a rather tan Jennifer Lawrence all showed up for the Christian Dior Haute Couture runway show at the Musée Rodin in Paris on Monday. The ladies sat front row with Dior CEO Sidney Toledano to take in the Fall 2014 collection and later joined the brand's creative director, Raf Simons, to pose for photos and give their congratulations; actresses Marion Cotillard and Zhang Ziyi also popped up backstage to share their excitement after watching the show. While Charlize arrived on the arm of her boyfriend, Sean Penn - and looked as stunning as ever in a sparkly minidress - we couldn't help but geek out a bit over Jennifer and Emma posing for pictures together in their color-coordinated Dior ensembles. Jennifer pulled some of her signature goofball moves when she playfully tried to cover Emma's face from the cameras; looks like Katniss and Hermione won't be »
- Brittney Stephens
Whoever cut the new trailer for David Fincher's "Gone Girl" really knows what they're doing. Not only does it evoke the thriller's almost claustrophobic tone, it paints a picture of a beautiful film, full of shadows and hidden spaces that match the dark secrets of its protagonist. Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestseller--which garnered great reviews and was in seemingly everyone's hands when it came out in 2012--is one of the most anticipated films of the fall. Ben Affleck plays Nick Dunne, whose wife Amy (Rosamund Pike), has disappeared. Faced with a police inquiry and an ever-intensifying media circus, Nick's facade of a perfect marriage with his wife begins to unravel, leading a captivated nation to one question: did Nick kill his wife? The first trailer for "Gone Girl" featured Elvis Costello's "She"; the second eschews any hint of romance and pursues straight-up tension instead. The cast looks terrific, »
- Jacob Combs
It is hard to hate Simon Pegg. The man just oozes likability, and all his roles play to that strength. Hector and the Search for Happiness doesn't seem to be bucking that trend, as you can probably figure out from this poster, which gives us the wiry actor's best attempt at looking rugged. Also top marks to whoever came up with the clever use of the departures board, which does a very good job of summing up the story. Released: 15th August (Irl/U.K.)/ 19th September (U.S.) Synopsis: Hector (Simon Pegg - Shaun of the Dead, The Worlds End, Paul) is an eccentric yet loveable psychiatrist who finds himself at a crossroads in life; his patients just aren’t getting any happier and his life is going nowhere. Feeling trapped between his mundane daily routine and his neurotic girlfriend, Clara (Rosamund Pike - Made in Dagenham, Jack Reacher »
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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.
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- 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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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 »
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
"Nick Dunne, you are probably the most hated man in the world right now. Did you kill your wife?" The latest trailer for the highly-anticipated flick Gone Girl was released today and the clip begins with those harrowing words as Dunne (Ben Affleck) is questioned by a big-time reporter on national TV, all in an attempt to clear his own name after he becomes a suspect in his wife's disappearance. Based on Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name, Gone Girl centers on Affleck as he searches for his wife (Rosamund Pike) who vanishes on their fifth wedding anniversary, but the plot takes an unexpected turn after the media and authorities begin to question Affleck's marriage and motives, all while he is »
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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"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
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 […] »
The latest trailer for grim-looking thriller is enough to send shivers down your spine which is exactly what fans of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel are after.
After his wife Amy (Rosamund Pike) disappears on their wedding anniversary, husband Nick (Affleck) is left mugging in front the media circus as he goes from distraught husband to suspect numero uno. A series of clues unravel in crime thriller fashion as the guilty-looking Nick attempts to discover what exactly happened to Amy.
This is our second look at the film, after a teaser premièred back in April. The Social Network director reteams withTrent Reznor and Atticus Ross for the moody and atmospheric score for the film. Their previous collaboration took home the Oscar for The Social Network.
Check out the trailer for Gone Girl now: »
- Rachel West
David Fincher’s second consecutive stab at a blockbuster book adaptation, Gone Girl, seems likely to pop up on the festival circuit (i.e., Toronto) before its October 3 release. In the interim, we have a newer, longer trailer, that relays the brooding tone of his previous procedurals The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and Se7en, with Ben Affleck’s antihero, Nick Dunne, front and center. Having only made it through the first few chapters of Gillian Flynn’s bestseller, it will be interesting to see how Flynn (who penned the script) and Fincher incorporate the dueling first-person perspectives of Nick and his missing wife Amy (Rosamund Pike), beyond what appears […] »
- Sarah Salovaara
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