Two New, More Traditional Posters Arrive for Ben Affleck's 'Gone Girl'

August 1, 2014

Gone Girl

The most recent posters for Gone Girl boldly didn't include the names of their stars, and the first teaser poster didn't even have the film's title. Now a couple more traditional posters for the film finally show star Ben Affleck and the faded face of his dead wife played by Rosamund Pike. The most recent trailer for the film from The Social Network, Fight Club and Zodiac director David Fincher was incredible, and this looks to be a big Oscar contender. The two posters are pretty much the same, but one comes from overseas while the other is a theatrical trailer for the United States. Both just feature Affleck in different poses. Look!

Here's the two new posters for David Fincher's Gone Girl movie, direct from BuzzFeed / Shortlist:

Gone Girl

Gone Girl

Watch the latest trailer for Gone Girl here and stay tuned for any more updates before its release.

Gone Girl is directed by David Fincher (of Seven, The Game, Fight Club, Zodiac, Panic Room, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo previously) and written by Gillian Flynn, based on her own best-selling novel of the same name. In a story primarily told in flashbacks, Rosamund Pike plays a wife who goes missing on her fifth wedding anniversary, and her husband (Ben Affleck) becomes the prime suspect in her disappearance. Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Scoot McNairy and Missi Pyle also star in the film which 20th Century Fox releases everywhere this fall on October 3rd.

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  • Great book. Loved the ending too. I heard the author of the book wrote a different ending for the movie....wild!! Still looking forward to seeing the new movie from Fincher even though I know the book'll turn out better.
  • Urban James Kirk
    The book is phenomenal in so many different ways, very dark and sometimes comical. And the movie (directed by one of my all time favorite directors: David Fincher) makes me know that this will be just as phenomenal as the book. With the original author of the novel writing the screenplay, it cannot go wrong. Now I love the first poster shown but in the second, Affleck looks constipated and out of place...but that is just my opinion.
    • constipated.....hah!
      • Urban James Kirk
        It is what I see haha
  • NathanDewey
    Very nice. The distortion - glitch effect reminds me of some of the How To Destroy Angels artwork. Ben's looking pretty jacked in the first one with that hero pose. One of my top anticipated movies for sure.
  • Stephen Ritchie
    Fincher's only amazing film was Fight Club. Other than that he totally sucks. You still hear people talking about the Fight Club movie today it was that phenomenal what about his other films you hear people talking about Benjamin Button today? He just likes to be too ambitious now which gets in the way of his style which is a shame.
    • Terry Craig
      You can't leave out or deny that 'Seven' and 'The Social Network' have both left a big impact on American cinema as well. ('Seven' is still talked about, and it remains to be seen how 'TSN' will be in this regard.) Those are already great accomplishments, but his other movies have also been pretty fantastic.




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