“Gone Girl” has found a release date. The adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s hit novel, starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, will hit theaters October 3, 2014.
The movie, which began production this fall, is set to open against a vampire movie (“Dracula Untold”), leading some pundits to ponder whether it’s positioning itself for awards season glory. Rounding out the eclectic cast — lead by Pike, as the titular missing woman, and Affleck, her husband who’s suspected of foul play — are Tyler Perry, Neil Patrick Harris, Patrick Fugit, Kim Dickens, Carrie Coon, and “Blurred Lines” video babe Emily Ratajkowski.
Flynn is set to adapt her book for the big screen (a move that netted novelist John Irving an Oscar for adapting 1999′s “The Cider House Rules”), and the movie is directed by David Fincher, no slouch in the awards department either (his most recent Academy Award nomination was for Best Director for “The Social Network” in 2010). Plus, Affleck still has a bit of Oscar magic on his side after netting the Best Picture trophy for “Argo” at this year’s telecast.
Still, only time will tell if awards and accolades are a done deal for “Gone Girl.” Either way, we’re looking forward to next fall.
Over the past few years event photos have been added to our gallery but I never really looked at them again to see if I could add some more or maybe replace some MQ photos with HQ photos. That was until this weekend. I’ve gone though all the event photos in our gallery, replaced tons of them with HQ versions, added new events and added some additional photos to some albums. In total over 600 new photos have been added so be sure to check them out!
As promised I’ve added captures of the last episode of Love in a Cold Climate to our gallery. Enjoy!
I’ve added captures of the second episode of the 2001 BBC mini series Love in a Cold Climate to the gallery. Captures of the last episode will follow tomorrow!
Back in 2001 Rosamund starred in the mini series Love in a Cold Climate as Fanny. I’ve added screen captures of the first episode to the gallery. Screen captures of the remaining 2 episodes will follow soon!
I came across two shots of Rosamund filming scenes for her new movie Gone Girl on September 23. Both have been added to our gallery!
Generations of Thunderbirds fans remember him as the devoted chauffeur behind the wheel in Lady Penelope’s pink Rolls Royce in Thunderbirds.
Now it has been announced that the actor who uttered those familiar words “Yes M’Lady” is to reprise the role in a remake of the 1960s TV series.
David Graham is the only original cast member to return in Thunderbirds Are Go! which will air on ITV in 2015.
Former Bond actress Rosamund Pike will play Lady Penelope.
The new show, now in production, will be a mix of CGI animation and live-action miniature sets.
“I am triple chuffed to be on board the new series of Thunderbirds Are Go! and reprising my role of dear old Parker with such a distinguished cast,” said Graham.
“My driving skills are in good nick and I am delighted to be behind the wheel again with M’Lady.”
Rosamund Pike, who starred in 2002′s Die Another Day and the recent sci-fi comedy film The World’s End, said she was “very excited to bring Lady Penelope’s wry wit and taste for adventure” to a new generation.
“Exploring the scenes with David Graham has been an absolute delight. The scripts are very modern, very fresh and very funny. We’re all eagerly anticipating our next stint in the recording studio!”
Thunderbirds, created by Gerry Anderson and his second wife, Sylvia, was first broadcast on ITV in 1965. Anderson died last year aged 83.