This Friday is going to be very interesting as one of the most awaited Hollywood movies, "Gone Girl" is releasing. Gone Girl is a thriller movie which stars Oscar winning Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike in the lead roles.
The thriller movie "Gone Girl" is based on Gillian Flynn's
popular novel of the same name. The movie is all about knowing if
Nick Dunne (played by Ben Affleck) is involved in the disappearance
of his wife, Amy Dunne (played by Rosamund Pike). Gone
Girl explores the psychology and dynamics of a long-term
relationship feels Flynn.
The movie shows the difficult marriage of Amy and Nick which is
floundering for several reasons. If you have not read the book
before, then it would be fun to find out some things about the
movie before it releases in India.
So, before the movie releases, here are some interesting things
to know about Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike starrer Gone
Things To Know About 'Gone Girl' Before India
Based On An 'Addictive' Book
The thriller drama is based on a bestselling novel by Gillian
Flynn of the same name which is also known as an addictive book as
it keeps you gripped to it.
Author Wrote The Script
If you have read Gone Girl (novel), then you might be aware of
the way Gillian Flynn brings lots of twists which will keep you
hooked to her books.
If you have read any other books of Gillian Flynn, then you can
clearly make out the way the protagonist is portrayed. Although it
appears weak, the protagonist is the lead which brings the twist in
the story. Same goes with Gone Girl.
Shows The Other Side Of Marriage
Well marriage is like the two sides of the coin. The movie shows
a couple who falls in love and ties the knot. However, things turn
ugly when deception, desperation, resentment takes over thus making
Might Look Dark But...
But still you will be hooked till the end.
Shows The Power Of A Wife
After watching the movie, men would know what a wife can do if
you mess with her! No wonder buzz of considering Rosamund Pike as a
nominee for Oscars 2015 is doing the rounds due to her strong
performance in Gone Girl.