Fans can get inside the mind of “Gone Girl” character Amy Dunne — through Pinterest.
Twentieth Century Fox, the studio behind the film adaption of Gillian Flynn’s suspenseful novel, created a page on the popular social media site showing what the character’s pin board might have looked like if she was real.
“Discover who Amy Dunne was before she went missing through the pins she’s left behind,” the movie’s Twitter page shared Wednesday.
Amy, played by Rosamund Pike, has telling boards titled “City Girl,” “Personality Puzzles,” “Wishful Escapes” and “For Nick,” in reference to her husband and the prime suspect in her disappearance, played by Ben Affleck.
Pike, 35, recently opened up to Glamour magazine about the challenges she faced when portraying Amy in the thriller directed by David Fincher.
“There were definitely moments when I felt very uneasy with how much power Amy had,” she revealed.
“And the interesting thing is, my reaction was to laugh, to get sort of uncontrollable giggles. That was the most curious part of playing her: at the point where she’s at her most powerful, it unnerved something in me.”