Gone Girl is a modern psychological thriller that you absolutely must see. Filmed in 2014 and based on a novel by Gillian Flynn, the movie was well received by critics. The film grossed $369.3 million worldwide, making it a huge success at the box office.
Almost eight years have passed since we were last introduced to the tumultuous marriage of Amy and Nick Dunnes, whose brief conclusion left us wanting more. There has been no official word on whether or not a sequel is in the works, so the status of the sequel is still unknown. Here is what we know about a potential Gone Girl sequel in light of that information.
Will There Be a Sequel to Gone Girl?
Gillian Flynn expressed interest in developing a second film adaptation of her novel during an interview with People magazine to celebrate the book’s tenth anniversary. Flynn told People magazine, “I would say I’m a little more sure than never-say-never” when asked about the possibility of creating a sequel novel.
The truth is, it would surprise me if I didn’t. However, don’t rely on me. Flynn set up a story beginning “in real-time,” centering on Nick and Amy Dunne as “the true nuclear-bomb family,” to foreshadow the sequel’s implications.
In addition, Flynn told the New York Daily News, “There could be a sequel at some point if everyone is game to get the crew back together.” “It may be really fascinating to take it up in a few years and see what those crazy Dunnes are up to them and how they got on — not well I don’t believe,” she said.
Gone Girl 2 Release Date
according to newyorkdailygazette There is currently no set date for the release of Gone Girl 2. The cast and crew are all working on separate projects at the moment, so it may take some time to assemble everyone for the sequel. If a Gone Girl sequel is ever made, the main cast would love to return for it. That’s encouraging for the follow-up performance.
While we wait for official word on when Gone Girl 2 will hit theatres, we can always rewatch the first, which is presently streaming on Netflix.
The Cast of Gone Girl 2
Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike are likely to return as Nicholas “Nick” Dunne and Amy Elliott Dunne, respectively, in a potential sequel.
Some of the other regulars who will be back are-
- Tyler Perry will play Tanner Bolt
- Kim Dickens portrays Detective Rhonda Boney
- Patrick Fugit in the role of Officer James Gilpin
- Carrie Coon will play Margot “Go” Dunne
- Missi Pyle wi play Ellen Abbott
- Lola Kirke will portray Greta
- Emily Ratajkowski in the character of Andrea “Andie” Fitzgerald
- Casey Wilson will play Noëlle Hawthorne
- Boyd Holbrook will play Jeffrey
- Sela Ward will be back as Sharon Schieber
- Lisa Banes will return as Mary Elizabeth “Marybeth” Elliott
- David Clennon will play Randall “Randy” Elliott
- Scoot McNairy in the role of Thomas “Tommy” O’Hara,
- Scott Takeda plays the TV Producer
- Kathleen Rose Perkins will portray Shawna Kelly
Gone Girl 2 Plot
There’s some confusion as to whether Flynn’s hints regarding the novel’s ending pertain to the sequel or not. “I can completely acknowledge that, now that the child that would’ve been born 10 years ago, once that child gets 13, 14 in real-time, I may indeed want to go back in and update and play about with what the hell would’ve occurred once Amy was a mom,” Flynn tells People. “Because I think that makes for great gothic nightmares.”
Rather than saying “never,” I’d add, “I’m a little more sure than never-say-never. To tell you the truth, it would surprise me if I didn’t. She says she plans to write a sequel, but warns, “Don’t hold me to it.”
I agree that it would be exciting to play in real-time, and by that time I would be eager to go back to the original games. My time apart from Nick and Amy would be sufficient for me to experience life in a “real nuclear-bomb household.”
Gone Girl 2 Crew: Who Can Be Behind It?
Gillian Flynn, novelist, and screenwriter, has expressed curiosity about the possibility of a Gone Girl sequel in a number of interviews. She’d be game, but only if she could see Affleck, Pike, and Flinch again.
Flynn told the New York Daily News, “There could be a sequel at some point if everyone is game to get the crew back together, it could be really enjoying a few years from now.” More importantly, she shared her thoughts on the sequel’s potential direction and subject matter.
We could take it up a few years from now and find out how those crazy Dunnes are doing, and my guess is that it’s not good.
Now that Flynn is on board, we can only hold out hope that director David Fincher will come back to the group. The prospect of another masterful collaboration between Fincher and Flynn would be a delight, despite the fact that neither of them often works on sequels and that “Gone Girl” sits well on its own.
Gone Girl 2 Trailer
There is no official teaser or trailer for the upcoming Gone and Girl film because the film has not been renewed.
The plot can be recalled by watching the Gone Girl trailer, which is provided below.
There has been no confirmation of a Gone Girl sequel, so fans will have to be patient as they rewatch the first film to remember what happened to the couple.
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