Adaptation #101: I’m Gonna Miss You When You’re Gone Girl

header101After seeing the film adaptation of Gone Girl, our hosts discuss how Gillian Flynn brought her novel to the screen. While many things were stunningly accurate, there were still a few bits that our hosts missed, and other bits that felt even more intense than the book.

Also, be sure to check out our episode on the novel!

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For a similar discussions, check out our episodes on Game of Thrones, And Then There Were None, Sherlock, and Carrie

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Music by DropVox

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Shoutouts

theperksofbeingminxiu on tumblr: “I personally thought it was absolutely phenomenal! Loved the movie from start to end, and Rosamund Pikes performance was brilliant.”

the-girl-who-reads-a-lot on tumblr: “it was amazing and cool, it was worth the plot and worth the 2 hours”

Main Discussion

Gone Girl (2014)

-written by Gillian Flynn

-directed by David Fincher

-starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, and  Tyler Perry  (and Lee Norris!)

-Based on the novel by Gillian Flynn, covered on episode #99

Next episode: the film The Maze Runner
Previous episode: Here Be Monsters by Alan Snow and the film The Boxtrolls
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