22 January 2013 11:48 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

It would seem that David Fincher has taken a liking to bestselling books about disappearing women. We're now only a little over a full year removed from the release of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and now the Oscar nominated filmmaker is eying an adaptation of the recently released Gone Girl. Published by Crown, the Gillian Flynn novel centers on a wife who disappears on her fifth anniversary, leaving her husband as the number one suspect. Deadline, which first reported Fincher's possible interest, notes that Flynn, who wrote the first draft of the screenplay for her new book, has become rather popular in Hollywood and now Gone Girl is one of three movie projects she is currently developing. An adaptation of her book Dark Places is in development with Gilled Paquet-Brenner set to direct and Amy Adams set to star, and her debut novel, Sharp Objects, is currently »

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