Rosamund Pike Hints at a 'Gone Girl' Sequel

Rosamund PikeWatch out -- spoilers ahead. If you haven't seen Gone Girl yet and want to be surprised by all its devious twists and turns, look away now. The rest of you keep reading to find out what Rosamund Pike had to say about the possibility of a Gone Girl sequel.


E! News caught up with the British beauty (did you know she was British? How amazing was her American accent in the movie?) at BAFTA-LA's Tea Party this past Sunday, January 11, and asked her if she'd be willing to reprise her role as Amy Dunne.

"Maybe, 10 years down the road," she confessed. "I'd think I'd want ... to see what happens when the child is about 10."

Dude. Can you imagine? Will that kid be a mini sociopath like mom, or psychologically beaten into submission like dad? Of course, it's up to author Gillian Flynn to decide the fate of the Dunnes, should she decide to continue the sordid tale.

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Flynn wrote both the screenplay and the novel its based on, and she hasn't penned a sequel -- yet. She wove quite a tale of a marriage turned sour, and Amy (Pike) framing her husband Nick (Ben Affleck) for her own murder. He discovers her game, but she traps him with a pregnancy when she finally comes back home.

Yeah, we'd love to see how that kid grows up too. And we could get a chance to -- Flynn told the New York Daily News, "There could be a sequel at some point if everyone is game to get the gang back together, it could be really fun a few years from now to pick it up and see what those crazy Dunnes are up to a few years down the road and if they got on -- not well, I don't think."

We can't imagine they'd get on either! Would Nick and Amy ever learn to peacefully coexist? Would he ever catch her in her devious ways and get the police on his side? Would he take the kid and escape? Something tells me Amy will always be three steps ahead of him. After all, escaping sociopaths is very, very difficult.

Regardless of how the story goes, if it's anything like the first one, it's bound to be brilliant.

Would you go see a Gone Girl sequel?


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