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    Abbie Cornish, Olivia Wilde & Julianne Hough Also In The Mix For David Fincher's 'Gone Girl' | The Playlist

    You could think the female lead in "Gone Girl" was on the level of pop culture phenomenon Lisbeth Salander – and who knows, maybe it could be when all is said in done – but it speaks to the allure of David Fincher, that seemingly every major actress in Hollywood is throwing elbows to get a chance for the gig. Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron and Emily Blunt have already been named as contenders, with Rosamund Pike emerging as a frontrunner earlier today, but it's hardly a done deal as more actresses are surfacing.

    According to Variety, Abbie Cornish, Olivia Wilde and uh, Julianne Hough ("Rock Of Ages," "Footloose," "Safe Haven") have submitted audition tapes for the role. Based on the critically acclaimed best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn, whomever wins the juicy part will star opposite Ben Affleck, who plays a former magazine journalist who moves back home to Carthage, Missouri, to open a bar with his sister after falling into financial hardship. But he becomes a prime suspect when his wife goes missing on their fifth wedding anniversary.

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    Emily Blunt, make it happen!!! Loved her in Looper

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    Mmmm, Emily Blunt.


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    where is the news about 20,000 leagues/Girl with????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    where is the news about 20,000 leagues/Girl with????
    In the Girl With thread. I posted it there before I started this thread.

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    David Fincher Has Cast Rosamund Pike Opposite Ben Affleck For Gone Girl - Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    That didn't seem to take anywhere near as long as the casting for the Dragon Tattoo remake. Almost anti-climactic, even.

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    Ben Affleck's 'Gone Girl' Casts 'Blurred Lines' Beauty Emily Ratajkowski (Exclusive) - TheWrap

    The eclectic supporting cast features Carrie Coon as Nick’s twin sister, Tyler Perry as his defense attorney and Kim Dickens and Patrick Fugit as the detectives on the case. Neil Patrick Harris also has a supporting role.

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    David Fincher May Adapt Charles Burns' 'Black Hole'... Finally -

    The film adaptation of Charles Burns’ dark coming-of-age masterpiece, “Black Hole”, has been dead for some time, but it seems there might be some new life in the project. THR reports that David Fincher (Se7en, Fight Club) is set to direct (as he was perviously) under Brad Pitt’s company Plan B.

    For those that don’t know, “Black Hole” takes place in a Seattle high school where a strange new sexually-transmitted infection is spreading like wild fire. The STI has varying affects on its hosts, some grow tails, some grow extra mouths, and some turn into heinous creatures. It’s my favorite comic book of all time, so it’s definitely worth checking out.

    “Black Hole” has been in development hell for many years now. At one point Alexandre Aja was set to direct based on a script from Roger Avary and Neil Gaiman. That script got tossed when Fincher came on board years ago, and we don’t know who’ll write at this point.

    From THR:

    Some of those complex films are Andrew Domink’s Blonde, based on the Joyce Carol Oates novel about Marilyn Monroe; “history lit via a talking dog” story The Last Family of England, with Taika Waititi (Eagle vs. Shark) directing; and The Operators, based on Michael Hastings’ book that is called a “behind-the-scenes portrait of our military commanders, their high-stake maneuvers, and the politcal firestorm that shook the United States.”

    And then there’s Black Hole, a “complex film” that needs “a little push” if ever there was one. This is a story with weird sex between teens, and weird physical mutations in those teens, and then weirder sex thanks to those mutations. Oh, and there’s an ugly, creeping sense of dread and alienation — the whole thing is a great representation of the sense of being an outsider, even with respect to other outsiders. If it works on screen it could be tremendous, but the adaptation won’t be easy

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