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Gillian Flynn Inks Movie Deal For Gone Girl

Posted at 8:24PM Thursday 12 Jul 2012

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Thriller novelist Gillian Flynn has just landed a "seven-figure" deal with 20th Century Fox for the movie rights to her bestseller, Gone Girl. The novelist will write the screenplay.

Reese Witherspoon, Bruna Papandrea and Leslie Dixon will produce the Gone Girl project.

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