Gillian Flynn’s wildly popular novel, Gone Girl, has been adapted by the author herself into a screenplay that will be making its way to theaters October 3rd. David Fincher, the man responsible for directing the movie starring Ben Affleck, Rosemund Pike, Tyler Perry, and Neil Patrick Harris tells the story of a young married man who faces public scrutiny when his wife disappears from their home unexpectedly.
Nine Inch Nails front man, Trent Reznor, and Atticus Ross were responsible for creating the score used throughout the movie. Inspiration for the duo was “really terrible music you hear in massage parlors,” according to Pitchfork. The score was recorded while Reznor toured with Nine Inch Nails.
A small preview of “The Way He Looks at Me” was released to the public this week. To sum it up in one word, it’s eerie, and precisely the type of score you would expect from Reznor and a movie like “Gone Girl.” Anyone wanting a taste of what they’ll hear in the theaters in a couple of weeks can visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQ3IYyv-lIg. The comments left on YouTube praise Reznor’s work and call it Oscar-worthy.
“Gone Girl” is getting a lot of hype. Fans of the book can feel the suspense mounting as new photos and teasers are released to the movie’s social media accounts. There’s even a Pinterest account for the fictional “Amazing Amy” for people to view. Each pinned item allows fans to get to know “Gone Girl” Amy Dunne more. There’s even a board titled For Nick that contains miscellaneous items including scotch, whiskey stones, and Mr. and Mrs. Burlap throw pillows. Everything on the boards alludes to a happy marriage, but looks can be deceiving as viewers later find out by watching the film.
“Gone Girl” Movie Poster Photo Courtesy of “Gone Girl” Facebook Page
“Gone Girl” Pinterest Account Photo Courtesy of “Gone Girl” Pinterest Page