(From Entertainment Tonight)In 2012, Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl achieved the noteworthy feat of being the 7th-best-selling book of the year, finishing just behind the entire Fifty Shades and Hunger Games trilogies. Told in a pair of dueling narratives that eke out a story of a rocky marriage, a disappearance, and a series of lies upon lies, half the novel's genius is in its carefully managed structure.
With his preoccupation with mind-boggling crime stories, David Fincher has always seemed...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)We still don't know exactly how David Fincher is planning on compressing the sprawling genius of Gone Girl into a two-hour movie, but at least we know who's going to be starring! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rosamund Pike has been offered the role of Amy, the titular missing "girl" whose husband (to be played by Ben Affleck) finds himself the prime suspect in her disappearance.Gone Girl doesn't have a release date yet, but this key casting news probably means production...Read Full Story
We've seen the phenomenal rise of Jennifer Lawrence over the past few years, from her breakout role as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games to her Academy Award-winning performance in Silver Linings Playbook. But, like all actors and actresses, Lawrence had to start somewhere.Enter: The Devil Knows You, an independent movie filmed in 2007 about a reclusive ex-movie star named Kathryn (Lena Olin) and her daughter who aspires for Hollywood fame too. However, as Kathryn tries to make her acting...Read Full Story