by Tyler Johnson at . Comments

The highly-anticipated film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel Gone Girl hit theaters over the weekend, and according to the reviews the film is a taut, stylish thriller with plenty of shocking twists. 

More importantly, however, it offers something audiences haven't seen since the Robin Thicke's acclaimed short film "Le Blurred Lines." Namely, Emily Ratajkowski's boobs!

Emily Ratajkowski: HOT on the Red Carpet!

Yes, in addition to Ben Affleck's penis, the film offers a glimpse of Em-Rat's famous ta-tas. In fact, Ben and Em get it on at one point!

The model-turned actress says the experience was more than a little strange, in part because when Ben was already hitting the Hollywood big-time with Good Will Hunting, she was freakin' six years old!

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The early reviews for Gone Girl indicate that the David Fincher-Ben Affleck collaboration is a tense, taut thriller that's sure to please fans of Gillian Flynn's wildly popular novel.

More importantly, however, the film offers audiences something that no other movie in history has given us. That's right - we have Affleck dong!

Ben Affleck Red Carpet Look

Yes, Ben opened up about going full frontal in an interview with MTV yesterday, and it seems now that he's no longer collaborating with Matt Damon, he's relying on a different little buddy to help bring in the box office gold:

"There's some brief, very brief nudity," Affleck said.

When the interviewer suggested that the promise of peen might help attract audiences, Affleck added, "The penis is in there! It costs extra! It's IMAX penis! You've gotta pay 15 bucks to see it in 3D!

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Directed by David Fincher, based on a global bestseller by Gillian Flynn and starring Ben Affleck, Gone Girl opens this Friday as one of the more heavily anticipated movies of the year.

Does the big screen adaptation live up to the hype? How is relative unknown Rosamund Pike in the key role of Amy Dunne? And what about that altered ending?

With critics having gotten an advanced look at Gone Girl, we've compiled a number of their (mostly VERY positive) reviews below.

Scroll down and decide whether Gone Girl will be worth your time and money this weekend...

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This new Gone Girl poster has us crazy excited for the movie. Is it October 3 yet?!?

Gone Girl is a rare bird: a tricky, weird mystery that benefits from people knowing its twist from the outset. - Kate Erbland

Why doesn't the movie claw us as "The Social Network" did? Who could have predicted that a film about murder, betrayal, and deception would be less exciting than a film about a Web site? - Anthony Lane

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by Tyler Johnson at . Comments

With the highly-anticipated Gone Girl hitting theaters soon, Ben Affleck has been making the media rounds and opening up about his personal demons in some uncharacteristically candid interviews.

Ben Affleck Looks Rough

Back in May, Affleck was kicked out of a Vegas casino after being accused of counting cards.

Despite his team's efforts to suppress it, the story continued to balloon out of control for weeks, eventually resulting in rumors that recovering alcoholic Ben had relapsed just before the incident.

Now, after months of keeping quiet on the subject, Affleck has decided to use the Gone Girl press tour as an opportunity to come clean. 

Is it part of a calculated effort to convince us he was the perfect choice to play the film's boozy, brooding murder suspect? Perhaps...but whatever the reason, Ben's latest interviews have resulted in some truly surprising revelations:

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

The 2014 Emmy Awards may have been all about television.

But movie fans took note of a 110-second commercial plopped down in the middle of the broadcast.

It featured new footage from Gone Girl, David Fincher's upcoming adaption of Gillian Flynn's smash novel, and it gave us our first look at Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) meeting his future wife Amy (Rosamund Pike).

"I’m the guy to save you... from all this awesomeness," Nick tells Amy, before the trailer delves into the mystery at the heart of the upcoming thriller.

Gone Girl hits theaters on October 3.

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Two new haunting poster for Gone Girl have been unveiled.

Both feature Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne, the husband accused of killing his wife in the upcoming film, which is based on Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel.

They both also depict a news crawl bar that tells us the search for Nick’s wife (“Amazing Amy”) is ongoing, while the tagline tells us we don’t know what we’ve got until it’s… you know.

  • Gone Girl Promotional Poster
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Rosamund Pike stars opposite Affleck as Amy and the wildly anticipated film hits theaters on October 3.

Have you viewed the creepily awesome Gone Girl trailer yet?

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Ready to piece together a mystery, movie fans?

In anticipation of Gone Girl hitting theaters on October 3, the film has unveiled four new posters, each of which centers around the disappearance of Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike).

She'll vanish on her fifth wedding anniversary, leaving behind a wedding photo, a scalpel, a pair of underwear and a page from her diary, evidence that all points to husband Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) as her killer.

Toggle through the following new Gone Girl posters now and let the countdown to this surefire blockbuster begin in earnest:

Gone Girl Poster
This new Gone Girl poster has us crazy excited for the movie. Is it October 3 yet?!?

Gone Girl will be directed by David Fincher and based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn.

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by Tattle Taylor at . Comments

In what will likely be one of the fall's most buzzed-about films, Gone Girl hits theaters October 3rd. 

Rosamund Pike, Gone Girl's Amy Dunne, recently became one of the latest stars to speak out about the film when she landed the cover of W Magazine.

As a fan of the book, Pike looks exactly like the Amy Dunne in my mind. EXACTLY.

Rosamund Pike W Magazine Cover

Pike reportedly beat out stars like Charlize Theron and Natalie Portman in the dark and sinister role of Amy, a city girl whose marriage begins to crumble when she follows her writer-husband home to Missouri after losing his job.

David Fincher made an excellent choice in going with a star previously known for her work as a supporting actress because that just helps to add mystery to the character.

"I liked that people didn't immediately know who Rosamund was," Fincher stated. "I'd always liked Rosamund in movies, but I didn't really know her. That made her very interesting."

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

I did not kill my wife. I am not a murderer.

So Ben Affleck intones to close the first official trailer for Gone Girl, one of the most anticipated films of 2014.

The adaption of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel stars Affleck as Nick Dunne, a man suspected of killing his missing wife (Rosamund Pike's Amy Dunne).

It’s directed by David Fincher, it comes out on October 3, it also featured ongoing It Girls Emily Ratajkowski and the awesome preview is set to the Elvis Costello song "She."

Check it out here:

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Emily Ratajkowski is moving from MTV to the big screen.

The brunette, who dances topless in Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" music video, has landed a major film role: she will appear in the movie version of Gone Girl as Andie, the college-aged mistress of Ben Affleck's Nick.

Emily Ratajkowski Topless

The British model will also guest star on next week's episode of New Girl and previously stopped by iCarly, but this will mark her first turn in a motion picture.

Gone Girl is based on Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel. It will feature Affleck and Rosamund Pike in the lead roles, along with supporting stars Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry.

Shooting begins later this month.

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