17 july 2014
“Gone Girl,” chief David Fincher’s film adjustment of the smash hit book featuring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, will have its reality debut and open the 52nd New York Film Festival, coordinators said on Thursday.
It is the second film by Fincher to begin the 17-day celebration that runs from September 26 to October 12. “The Social Network,” which happened to win three Oscars, commenced the celebration in 2010.
“Gone Girl is such a variety of things without a moment’s delay: sharp as a razor about numerous parts of American life that have been untouched by motion pictures, exceptionally extreme and almost as clever, splendidly acted and 100 percent captivating – a wild ride all the way,” Ken Jones, the New York Film Festival chief, said in an announcement.
Writer Gillian Flynn adjusted her acclaimed book “Gone Girl” for the extra large screen. Twofold Oscar victor Affleck (“Argo” and “Great Will Hunting”) is Nick Dunne, a columnist who loses his employment. At the point when his wife Amy, played by Pike (“Jack Reacher”), bafflingly vanishes on their fifth wedding commemoration he turns into the fundamental suspect.
Tony-winning performing artist Neil Patrick Harris is Amy’s old sweetheart, Desi, and Carrie Coon, who shows up in HBO’s TV arrangement “The Leftovers,” plays Nick’s sister Margo in the tension thriller.
The full slate for the celebration, which will likewise incorporate a review of the work of Academy Award winning executive Joseph L. Mankiewicz, will be reported in August.