A few days, 20th Century Fox made the announcement that the trailer to the upcoming thriller, Gone Girl, would be making its way online today. This new thriller is directed by David Fincher; the man behind hit films such as Seven, Fight Club and The Social Network. The new movie is based on the 2012 novel written by Gillian Flynn. As the four posters teased the trailer's release, moviegoers could only be excited for what Fincher has in store in his upcoming film. So far be it for Fox not to deliver on their promise as the full trailer to Gone Girl can now be seen online.
The trailer to this new thriller is a peculiar preview. This full trailer shows off the crime that entangles to entire plot, which is none other the disappearance of Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike); wife of suspect Nick Dunne (Ben Affelck). Unlike the film's first trailer, this new one plays with the angle that Nick really did kill his wife. As Nick's character seems perplex on the whole matter, we also have a narrative from the victim as Amy narrates that not everything was what it seemed in the Dunne household. As these two perspectives play out, the preview also shows off clues and ideas that may give moviegoers a better understanding of the crime. However, even when you think you know what's going on, this trailer will keep you guessing; and that is probably the point. There is so much going on with this thriller that viewers may have no other choice but to see just what happened to Amy Dunne, and whether or not Nick actually committed the crime. Needless to say, the full trailer to Gone Girl is one moviegoers should not miss out on watching.
Along with Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, this thriller also stars Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Carrie Coon, Lisa Banes, David Clennon, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Scoot McNairy and Sela Ward.
What do you think of the new trailer? Are excited to see the latest film from David Fincher? Express your opinion in the comments below. Gone Girl hits theaters on October 3rd.
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