Fox released this photo of Ben Affleck speaking to the public in hopes of finding his missing wife. That is, incidentally, a perfect rendering of the photo described in the book.
Very excited to see Affleck and Fincher working together.
Can’t wait to see this!!!!
Looks just like every other Fincher with that amberish haze.
LOL What? What are you talking about?^^
Batman can’t find his own wife? Superheroes used to have skills.
cool. what did I miss? have we got the part yet where people say they have no interest in seeing this movie, based on a jpg?
Very Excited for Gone Girl. David Fincher is my favorite director!!
1. Gone Girl
4. Inherent Vice
5. The Giver
6. The Grand Budapest Hotel
8. Jupiter Ascending
9. Into the Woods
10. Jersey Boys
11. Knight of Cups
14. Get On Up
I also want to add for myself
The Monuments Men
Cesar Chavez: An American Hero
The Hobbit: There and Back Again.
I’m giving Fincher the benefit of the doubt because well he’s Fincher, but I don’t know about Rosamund Pike, man. She hasn’t been very interesting in movies.
I know it’s widely accepted Clint’s lost it, but I’m actually excited about JERSEY BOYS (I have no idea what that’s about or who’s in it, LOL I know), but it’s Clint (weak spot). And I like the title. Having said that, the trailer will have to show some definite promise. I knew J. EDGAR was going to suck the moment I saw the trailer. He’s still with Tom Stern? Yuck.
My most anticipated
X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (even after the ugly trailer)
DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES
GODZILLA (after seeing the trailer)
GRARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
CAPTAIN AMERICA: WINTER SOLDIER
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2
SIN CITY: A DEM TO KILL FOR
THE MAZE RUNNER
THE RAID 2
Wow! I didn’t even know Clint Eastwood was still directing. I though he had hung it up after the debacle that was J. Edgar.
I think for me overall I’d go:
2. Gone Girl
4. The Hobbit: There and Back Again
Who is the DP for this movie…Jeff Cronenweth?
Ben Affleck + David Fincher = Perfect Combo
I bet this movie will at least get eight Academy Award Nominations!!
Ryan, what the hell are you talking about?
nothing. I thought I heard some troll grunts. sorry.
(Where’s the edit button?)
The Monuments Men
^^ I saw the trailer to this and honest to god, within 15 seconds I was bored.
I don’t know what this is about, but it seems to be about another missing child. Or kidnapped child, and I’m about done with those type of movies….too close to real life things going on today.
“A woman mysteriously disappears on the day of her wedding anniversary.” So it is not about a missing child, which helps a lot I think. I think Prisoners was enough. We don’t need more missing children movies.
Uh, Sally, are you intentionally trying to appear misinformed or at least not abreast of the book this film is based on?
GONE GIRL has nothing to do with a missing child and honestly, what serious movie fan can be so dismissive about any subject matter simply because it goes on in real life? Does it REALLY disturb you to see a rich movie like PRISONERS because children may be kidnapped in real life? Shouldn’t you be paying attention to what the writer, director and actors are saying about the subject, rather than shaken to your core over the mere subject of the movie (read: something that isn’t real, 100% contrived)?
So by your logic, you could never watch anything that might allude to any darker element of the human experience because … why, exactly?
How about serena, with jlaw and bradley cooper in it? Will it ever be shown to the public? I was excited for it to be released this year.
on IMDb, all it says for release date for the USA for Serena is 2014.
Nothing specific yet.
And right now IMDb has Gone Girl set for October 3, 2014. But of course that could change.
A few more:
Interstellar – November 7, 2014
Exodus – December 12, 2014
Unbroken – December 25, 2014
Clarification: Child can be an adult child of a parent.
This is my very first comment – but as someone who has read the Gone Girl book – I’ll just say the premise/synopsis of the story is … very much on the surface. I’m not sure how Fincher is going to tell this story, because the book is from the viewpoints of the wife’s diary and then the viewpoint of her husband. It’s not an easy story to tell. I won’t even tell you what I thought of the book because it’s a story that’s best discovered by oneself, but I have confidence that Fincher will be able to pull it up. I’ve never felt much warmth from his films, and I actually think that characteristic lends itself to this story extremely well.
In David Fincher we trust
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