Could Gone Girl 2 happen, despite the fact that it doesn't seem like an obvious fit for a sequel? David Fincher is widely considered as one of the finest working filmmakers of all time, despite the fact that his career nearly ended before it began. When the previous director jumped ship on Alien 3, he was hired at the last minute, and Fincher's nightmare experience filming the sequel is widely documented.
David Fincher is without a doubt one of the most well-known filmmakers of our generation. With films like ‘Fight Club,' ‘Zodiac,' and ‘Seven,' he has constantly dominated and transformed the psychological thriller genre. ‘Gone Girl,' Fincher's magnificently twisted visual masterwork, is another example of this. With the sort of reception it received and the amount of money it made at the box office, the film may be regarded his finest effort to date.
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What's There in Gone Girl ?
Nick Dunne, a writing instructor, arrives home on his fifth wedding anniversary to find his wife Amy abducted. Amy was the inspiration for her parents' successful Amazing Amy children's novels, therefore her abduction garners media attention. In the residence, Detective Rhonda Boney discovers badly disguised evidence of a struggle. Suspicion grows around Nick, whose apathy is seen by the media as a sociopath's trait, and his twin sister Margot begins to question him.
Amy previously explained to Nick that Amazing Amy was a perfected version of the real Amy, made up of her failures. Their relationship deteriorated over time when both of them lost employment during the recession and relocated from New York City to Nick's hometown of North Carthage, Missouri, to care for his ailing mother. Nick became sluggish and distant, cheating on Amy with one of his pupils, Andie, while Amy grew increasingly angry of Nick for moving to Missouri with him.
The house's forensic study reveals cleansed bloodstains, indicating a possible homicide. Amy's recent readiness to acquire a gun is revealed by Boney, who uncovers evidence of financial difficulties, domestic problems, and Amy's recent willingness to purchase a pistol. Amy is pregnant, according to medical records, which Nick denies knowing about.
Every wedding anniversary, Amy and Nick would play a treasure hunt game; this year's clues included extravagant purchases made with Nick's credit card, as well as a diary detailing Amy's growing isolation and concluding with the worry that Nick would murder her.
Amy travels to an Ozarks camping. She devised an extensive scheme to frame Nick for her death and make his motivation appear to be monetary after learning Nick's affair. She created a long-running diary that was initially realistic, but ultimately morphed into fictitious allegations of spousal abuse and her growing terror of Nick.
She had befriended a pregnant neighbour in order to fabricate Nick's fury and stole her urine in order to fabricate pregnancy findings, all while concealing the friendship from Nick.
What's the Update for Gone Girl 2
With each of his psychologically complex visual narratives, Fincher has consistently discovered new methods to expose the dark, morally corrupt aspect of humanity to his viewers. With ‘Gone Girl,' he takes it a step further by collaborating with Gillian Flynn, who not only created the novel on which the film is based but also penned the script.
Dark Places and Sharp Objects, both of which have been adapted visually, are two of Flynn's critically acclaimed, psychologically frightening thrillers featuring superbly created female characters.
Together, Fincher and Flynn bring Amy Dunne, portrayed by Rosamund Pike, to life, creating one of the most fantastic, unsettling, and captivating female protagonists (or antagonists, depending on how you look at it) to be shown on-screen in the last decade.
Gillian Flynn has acknowledged to being interested in revisiting the Dunnes a few years down the line, while maintaining that the ending of Gone Girl wasn't supposed to be sequel bait. Rosamund Pike and co-star Tyler Perry have also shown interest in returning if Gone Girl 2 is written by Flynn.
Gone Girl 2 would most likely fast-forward to focus on the Dunnes' adolescent child, according to Flynn in an E! interview. That opens up a lot of possibilities, but the author hasn't written a book or a script yet.