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Gone Girl

149 min
Drama | Mystery | Thriller
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David Fincher
Nominated for Oscar. Another 45 wins & 97 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2014-10-03
Filming Locations: Cape Girardeau, Missouri, USA
Budget: $61,000,000
Opening Weekend: $37,513,109 (USA) (5 October 2014)
Gross: $167,735,396 (USA) (8 February 2015)
David Clennon
David Clennon
Gone Girl
Rosamund Pike
Rosamund Pike
Gone Girl
Emily Ratajkowski
Emily Ratajkowski
Gone Girl
Ben Affleck
Nick Dunne
Neil Patrick Harris
Desi Collings
Tyler Perry
Tanner Bolt
Carrie Coon
Margo Dunne
Kim Dickens
Detective Rhonda Boney
Patrick Fugit
Officer James Gilpin
Lisa Banes
Marybeth Elliott
Missi Pyle
Ellen Abbott
Casey Wilson
Noelle Hawthorne
Lola Kirke
Boyd Holbrook
Sela Ward
Sharon Schieber
Lee Norris
Jamie McShane
Leonard Kelly-Young
Bill Dunne
Kathleen Rose Perkins
Shawna Kelly
Pete Housman
Walter (as RL Pete Housman)
Lynn Adrianna
Kelly Capitono
Mark Atteberry
Darin Cooper
Mustached Man
Kate Campbell
Above-It-All Journalist
Brett Leigh
Nervous Intern
Antonio St. James
Security Guard
Lauren Glazier
Julia Prud'homme
Female Officer
Cooper Thornton
Casey Ruggieri
Earnest Girl
Cyd Strittmatter
Maureen Dunne
Ashley Didion
Friend 1
Lexis Nutt
Friend 2
L.A. Williams
Blake Sheldon
Tweaker Teen 1
Sean Guse
Tweaker Teen 2
Ricky Wood
Fred Cross
Airport Traveler
Scott Takeda
Donna Rusch
Lauren Nevens
Kathy Sweeney-Meadows
Reporter One
Mark T Anderson
Scoot McNairy
Tommy O'Hara
Marc Abbink
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Christina Alexandria
Airport Passenger (uncredited)
Samuel Baca
Casino Customer (uncredited)
Thomas R. Baker
Limo Driver (uncredited)
Bill Blair
Press Reporter (uncredited)
Gregoer Boru
Needs a Fix (uncredited)
Tracy Brotherton
Press Reporter (uncredited)
Will C.
Black Jack Dealer (uncredited)
Caroline Clements
Waitress (uncredited)
Andrea Conrad
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Vernon Courteaux
Gang Member Tweaker (uncredited)
Tony Cronin
Director (uncredited)
Taber Cross
Reporter (uncredited)
Darren DeLoach
Regional Reporter (uncredited)
Nancy DeMars
Flight Attendant (uncredited)
Kyle Durant
Glasses (uncredited)
Tyler Ecklund
DNA Tech (uncredited)
Lindsey Elizabeth
Bartender (uncredited)
Nicolas Fagerberg
Charlie (uncredited)
Bobby Greer
Candlelight Vigil Attendee (uncredited)
Alexander Michael Helisek
Mover Charles (uncredited)
Leslie A. Hughes
Police Administrator (uncredited)
Linda Kang
Bridesmaid (uncredited)
Michael Kelly
CSI Photographer (uncredited)
Grant Liffmann
Groomsman (uncredited)
Katy Marcella
Ellen's Make-Up Artist (uncredited)
Aaron Massey
Sharon's Assistant (uncredited)
Saffron Mazzia
Celina (uncredited)
Orion McCabe
Coffee Cop (uncredited)
Roz McHenry
Hostess (uncredited)
Bryan McKinley
Truck Stop Cook (uncredited)
Teebone Mitchell
Dealer (uncredited)
Steven Moreton
FBI Agent (uncredited)
Cole Mueller
Videographer (uncredited)
Terry Myers
Steve Eckart (uncredited)
Justin Nesbitt
Amish Musician (uncredited)
Alison Niermann
Regional Reporter (uncredited)
Keith Nussbaum
Driver (uncredited)
Brandon Oatsvall
Volunteer (uncredited)
Mark Parrish
Bartender (uncredited)
Ronnie Phillips
Candle Light Vigil (uncredited)
Lyn Quinn
Brooklyn Hipster (uncredited)
Lisa Richman
Reporter #2 (uncredited)
Jaclyn Rose
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Gate Agent (uncredited)
Dale Shane
Librarian (uncredited)
Joel Shock
Bike Messenger (uncredited)
Rick Silver
Bartender (uncredited)
Lars Slind
Groomsman (uncredited)
Robert Tarpinian
Williamsburg Musician (uncredited)
Heath Thomas
News Producer (uncredited)
Ire Wardlaw
Print Reporter (uncredited)
Tracy Weisert
Police Station Woman (uncredited)
Cheryl Cruse Weston
Candlelight Vigil Attendee (uncredited)
Michelle Winters
Makeup (uncredited)
Amy Wray
Amy's Nurse (uncredited)
Did you know?
Besides the obvious reference to Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" referencing how Rosamund Pike played Jane, Neil Patrick Harris's character in this film is named Mr. Collings, which is very similar to Mr. Collins of "Pride and Prejudice. "
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Feature film debut of Carrie Coon.
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During the scene in which Nick Dunne drives his father back to the retirement home, "Don't Fear The Reaper" by Blue Oyster Cult plays on the car radio. This ubiquitous song was also featured in "Halloween" in the scene in which Annie is driving with Laurie, and a cover version of the song was used in the movie "Scream" when Billy enters Sidney's bedroom through the window.
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When Nick is playing the board game "Game of Life" with Margo, he lands on the marriage block and adds the wife peg to his car. He then hands off to Margo for her turn, neglecting that in the rules for the game one makes another "honeymoon" spin immediately after getting married.
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Clover milk is not available in Missouri (nor New York).
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When the FBI checked the surveillance tapes from Desi's summer house, even if she managed to evade the cameras during her stay, they should have noticed that she arrived with Desi at the house with her consent and wasn't tied up, since she didn't know of the surveillance cameras at that time.
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Nick Dunne: [Opening lines] When I think of my wife, I always think of the back of her head. I picture cracking her lovely skull, unspooling her brain, trying to get answers. The primal questions of a marriage: What are you thinking? How are you feeling? What have we done to each other? What will we do?
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Margo Dunne: Whoever took her is bound to bring her back.
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Nick Dunne: All I'm trying to do is being nice to the people who are volunteering to help find Amy.
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Photos from cast
David Clennon Rosamund Pike Emily Ratajkowski Davina Joy Buda
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