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Louise strolls into Jonathan's apartment, awkward and exhausted. She's still wearing her white lab coat from work. In fact, she almost never takes it off. It's her good luck charm, her safety blanket that gets her through days of sexually stimulating rats for research.
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It's hard to tell if Gillian Flynn, who wrote the book and now the screenplay, is trafficking in stereotypes or trying to subvert them. We've said it before and we'll say it again: Contrary to what popular culture and men's rights activists would have you believe, women do not routinely run around making up rape claims.
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On this week's Film Standard from The Onion, movie critic Peter K. Rosenthal (played by actor Ron E. Rains) reviews "Gone
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Anyone who has read Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, knows the twist is pretty epic. Reactions vary, of course, but it's safe
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11. Instead of writing their respective memoirs like they do in the book, the film versions of Nick and Amy do a television
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"Gone Girl" is out in theaters now, meaning book readers are ready to cycle through the twists and turns of Gillian Flynn's
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For me, Fincher's film played like a fun, entertaining recap of Flynn's novel, harvesting the best gems of the story that
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Can't wait to see "Gone Girl"? Instead of rereading Gillian Flynn's best-selling book again, you can now preview the soundtrack
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By Leigh Newman Because book lovers know the real joy of seeing a movie is....having read the novel or memoir first. Like
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Clues about the movie's ending are piling up like those Amy Dunne leaves for her husband, Nick.
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A new trailer for "Gone Girl" debuted during Monday night's Emmys broadcast and showed more footage of Amy (Rosamund Pike
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As the big-screen adaptation of Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl" gears up to hit theaters on Oct. 3, director David Fincher is
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The most recent trailer for "Gone Girl," which debuted last week, gives away nothing about the ending, but it does feature
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David Fincher's "Gone Girl" is on the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly print edition, and inside the magazine is
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Dressed in a blazer and button down, he stands on stage beside a "missing" poster of his wife, Amy, played by actress Rosamund