Get ready to cower in terror as you relive David Fincher’s married-people version of Fatal Attraction.
Spinoff, sister series, “companion” series…whatever.
Apparently, she can tolerate working for David Fincher.
Film adaptations rarely capture the nuances — subtle or otherwise — of their source material. Here are a few examples of those cinematic failures that either should have been done better, or never even attempted.
Expect Trent Reznor to get involved too.
See it if you’ve read the book. See it for Affleck’s dong. We don’t really care why, but just go see Gone Girl.
It’s not flashy…and that’s the point.
Music for day care centers
This might surprise you, but it’s…haunting and sparse. (GASP!)
We’ve already gleaned the plot of Gone Girl from the earlier trailer: Questions surround a husband’s (Ben Affleck) involvement in the wake of his wife’s murder. It’s creepy, it’s based…
He means it as a compliment.
Tyler Perry shows up for some reason.
The opening credits are going to be the best part.
Are these the eyes of a killer?