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Last night were the Empire Awards and Rosamund won the award for Best Actress for her work in “Gone Girl”. Unfortunately Rosamund was unable to attend the show but a video message was played of her accepting the award. Two photos from the video during the show have been added to our gallery.
Poor Rosamund Pike.
Her win at last night’s Empire Awards proved to be bitter sweet as she was unable to collect her prize in person.
The 36-year-old actress received countless nominations for her portrayal of Amy Dunne in Gone Girl including at the Academy Awards, Screen Actors Guild, Golden Globes and BAFTAs, but each time walked away empty handed.
The Brit star’s luck finally changed however, when she was named best actress at the Empire Awards 2015.
Appearing via a video link show at last night’s ceremony in London, she said: ‘I cannot believe that the one time I can’t attend an award ceremony is the one time I win.
Adding: ‘I’ve become so accomplished at losing I have no idea what to say now I’ve won.’
Sure, movie posters may proclaim all the time that they’ve got the “best” or “most thrilling” thing you’ve ever seen. But when a real F.B.I. agent calls someone “one of the most disturbing female villains in movie history” and a “cold, calculating psychopath,” you pay attention. Congratulations, Gone Girl’s Amy Dunne—even the professionals are terrified of you.
In this video, part of the ongoing VF Confidential Presents: Psych of a Psycho, F.B.I. agent Candice Delong goes over Amy Dunne’s (Rosamund Pike) many, many crimes, and speculates it might all be a result of Munchausen syndrome, not simply sheer, cold villainy. It’s crammed full of spoilers for Gone Girl—brace yourself for blood!—but after it was a joke at the Oscars, aren’t we past that point? And more importantly, isn’t Amy Dunne fascinating enough to merit lots and lots of discussion, out in the open?
For more about some of the fascinating crime stories that have filled the pages of this magazine over the years, watch Vanity Fair Confidential on Investigation Discovery, Mondays at nine P.M.
I’ve added even more photoshoots and replaced tons of photoshoot outtakes with better quality ones in our gallery. I also added a lot of missing magazine scans from the last couple of years.
Massive thanks to my friends Claudia, who is the webmaster of Julianne Moore Fan, Ivonne, who is the webmaster of Eddie Redmayne Online, and Ann, who is the webmaster of Dominic Cooper Fan, for donating many of the photos and scans.
Hector and the Search for Happiness (2014) Rosamund as Clara
Hector travels all over the world. He keeps a list of observations about the people he meets, hoping to find the secret to happiness. Official Site / IMDB / Photos What We Did on Our Holiday (2014) Rosamund as Abi
Doug and Abi are taking their children on a trip to Scotland for a family gathering. They are in the midst of a divorce, and have asked the kids to keep it a secret from their family.
Thunderbirds Are Go! (2015) Rosamund as Lady Penelope (voice)
The most famous family of heroes, International Rescue will blast the five brave Tracy brothers piloting their vehicles into impossible rescues across the globe.