Posted on Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 by Angie Han
Ben Affleck knows a thing or two about negative PR, but even his Gigli-era troubles have nothing on Nick Dunne’s. The latest Gone Girl TV spot stacks the deck against Nick, pegging him as the prime suspect in the disappearance of his beautiful wife Amy (Rosamund Pike).
Of course, if the case were that straightforward there’d be no movie for David Fincher to make. Fortunately, as those who’ve read Gillian Flynn‘s book know, he’ll have plenty of twists and turns to work with before reaching the ugly conclusion. Hit the jump to watch the new Gone Girl TV spot.
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As summer draws to an end, our thoughts begin to drift towards the dramatic fare of Fall and Winter. Near the top of that list has to be David Fincher‘s Gone Girl, starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike. The film is scheduled to open October 3 after a world premiere at the New York Film Festival. We’re currently two trailers into the marketing. Now, two new posters have been released. Each have a trademark, lush Fincher look as the eyes of Amazing Amy (Pike) look down on her husband Nick (Affleck). See both Gone Girl posters, and a new still, below. Read More »
One of the more appealing panels at Comic Con this year was organized around Fight Club. It featured novel author Chuck Palahniuk and film director David Fincher talking about the film, and the comic book sequel. Of course, it’s also one of the panels we were unable to attend, but that’s OK. The whole thing is available as an audio stream, and in very good quality. Listen to the full Fight Club Comic Con panel below, thanks to Jeff Goldsmith. Read More »
The first full Gone Girl trailer is now online. Directed by David Fincher, the film stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike in the story of a perfect couple who find themselves on opposite sides of a massive mystery. When Amy (Pike) goes missing, Nick (Affleck) is accused of killing her. Nick, however, swears he’s innocent. As the story gets bigger and bigger, more clues reveal that all is not what it seems.
Co-starring Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Patrick Fugit, Emily Ratajkowski, Casey Wilson, Boyd Holbrook and Scoot McNairy, it opens October 3. Check out the second Gone Girl trailer below. Read More »
Later today, we’ll get a new trailer for the highly anticipated thriller by David Fincher, Gone Girl. To tease that, 20th Century Fox released a bunch of teaser images from the film. Kind of. They’re not exactly posters, not exactly stills, more just intriguing items in poster form to make non-fans scratch their heads and fans wink with a knowing delight.
The film, which opens October 3, stars Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck as the seemingly perfect couple. That is, until Pike’s character disappears and it looks obvious Affleck’s character killed her. But did he? That question opens Pandora’s box of twists, turns, and screwed up stuff that director David Fincher should make fly. Check out the new Gone Girl images below and check back later today for the new trailer. Read More »
Posted on Monday, June 9th, 2014 by Angie Han
David Fincher and Rooney Mara may be ready to team up again. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo pair is reportedly eyeing Red Sparrow, a spy thriller that Darren Aronofsky exited earlier this year. Eric Warren Singer (American Hustle) is writing the script. Hit the jump for all the details on the project.
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Here’s the first full Gone Girl trailer, showing us the fruits of David Fincher‘s recent labors. The thriller adapts Gillian Flynn‘s best-selling novel (with a new ending scripted by Flynn) and stars Ben Affleck as a man whose wife (Rosamund Pike) goes missing on their fifth wedding anniversary. As the mystery of her disappearance persists, eyes turn towards Affleck.
This trailer should keep fans of the book happy, as it has more than enough imagery to recall the book’s key moments and general tone. And movie fans should love this teaser as it lays out many basic concepts without giving away anything specific. This looks and feels like a mystery, and a very engaging one at that. Read More »
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