Posted on October 19, 2014 at 7:34 pm

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Ben Afflecks Gone Girl to release this Halloween!

Movie lovers across the globe have been waiting with bated breath for what could be Ben Affleck’s best role till date in David Finchers Gone Girl. It was meant to release in India this weekend but now the movie has been pushed forward to another date!

Ben Affleck in Gone Girl


Indian fans can now rejoice as Gone Girl will soon be in theaters!! The movie will release on 31st October post a phenomenal american box office opening and rave reviews by expert critics. With staggering positive reviews the movie has already got bumper box office numbers in us and uk territories with numbers expected to grow even further.

Gone Girl, based on a best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn, earned strong reviews from critics, with an 87 percent positive rating on review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes.

Affleck stars as a writer who is caught in a media circus when his wife goes missing and the police suspect he is responsible. Rosamund Pike plays his wife.

It stars Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike,Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, and Carrie Coon. The film had its world premiere on opening night of the 52nd New York Film Festival on September 26, 2014. It had its american theatrical release on October 3 and received positive reviews from critics.

The film examines dishonesty, the media, the economy’s effects on marriage, and appearances.

The film opened the 52nd New York Film Festival, receiving high profile press coverage and early positive reviews. predicted an opening weekend box office take of $30–35 million, possibly higher, and that the film would be a $100 million hit. Gone Girl is based on the best-selling novel by US author Gillian Flynn and is directed by David Fincher, the film-maker behind The Social Network and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Published in 2012, Flynn’s novel has sold more than six million copies. Earlier this year, she was commissioned by the Hogarth Shakespeare project to rewrite The Bard’s tragedy Hamlet.