Trailer for Gone Girl is Finally Here


I’ve been looking forward to this movie ever since I read (and loved) the book Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.

I did have my doubts how the super-bland Ben Affleck would look and perform in the role, but going by the trailer he seems to have nailed it.

There have been a few hints thrown around that the movie may not stick closely to the book’s plot, but I don’t mind as I would like a surprise or two when I watch the movie.

What do you think of the trailer? Are you looking forward to the movie?

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  • Piyush Chourasia

    I am eagerly awaiting the release too. I am sure you are aware, they changed the ending in the movie, it was probably a twist too many for them. It should still make for a fun watch.

    • Nishita

      @piyushchourasia:disqus I know. I didn’t much like the ending for the book so I am really curious to know how they”ll change things up for the movie.

      That said I am hoping for something unconventional and not Hollywoodized type of ending.

  • dreamzandclouds

    yes yes yes! I am looking forward to the movie adaptation of the book 🙂

    • Nishita

      @dreamzandclouds: I love your enthusiasm, but yes, I too can’t wait for this one 🙂

  • JoV (JoV’s Book Pyramid)

    Ah… thanks for letting me know that a movie is coming up. I think a tense, spooky, thriller background music for the trailer would work better. 😉

    • Nishita

      @JoV (JoV’s Book Pyramid) ha, you are the second person to comment on the music, I must be really tone deaf because I barely registered the music 😀

  • I really need to read Gone Girl before I watch this!

    • Nishita

      @fiveeyedbookworm:disqus yes, yes, yes. There are tons of mixed opinions on the web, but you should read it and judge for yourself.

  • Monique

    It could be that the way the trailer’s done is meant to lead the viewer down one track, as the book does … and THEN …

    I thought the music chosen was also interesting – if you’ve read the book, then you’ll see that it’s also a bit misleading.

    • Nishita

      @disqus_fT2TINuo2O:disqus I am curious, why do you think the music is misleading?

      • Monique

        I think because it’s in one way a romantic song, and yet the relationship between Nick and Amy is built on a far more manipulative foundation than romantic love.

        • Nishita

          @disqus_fT2TINuo2O:disqus hmm, have to go back and listen to the music again. I usually tend to tune out the music so I didn’t notice anything off 🙂

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