Exclusive: The 'Gone Girl' Amazing Amy cover you won't believe actually exists

Exclusive: The 'Gone Girl' Amazing Amy cover you won't believe actually exists

Major spoilers ahead: You've been warned

In the eight days since "Gone Girl" debuted it has gone from a critical success to a box office wonder to something of a pop culture phenomenon. People can't stop talking about it. The New Yorker, er, online outlets can't stop writing essays about it. And moviegoers are going back for a second viewing. Chances are you've already seen David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel. We hope you have because we have something very special to share with you…

…but you really need to have seen the movie.

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Jennifer Garner on that other movie she's also in: 'Men, Women & Children'

Jennifer Garner on that other movie she's also in: 'Men, Women & Children'

One flight from LA to Cleveland sealed the deal

Chances are Jennifer Garner realized early on that the two films she was starring in this fall would appeal to two very different audiences. What she probably didn't expect was that the Disney family film "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" would be the one that would have the bigger impact on her career, especially considering her other movie, "Men, Women & Children," features an ensemble cast with talent such as Adam Sandler, Rosemarie DeWitt, Judy Greer and up-and-comer Ansel Elgort. Oh, and did we mention that movie is directed by four-time Oscar nominee Jason Reitman, who she previously collaborated with on Best Picture nominee "Juno?" Yes, sometimes life has a way of throwing expectations completely out the window.

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 Ben Affleck vs. Jennifer Garner for no. 1 and 7 surprises about Friday's new movies

Ben Affleck vs. Jennifer Garner for no. 1 and 7 surprises about Friday's new movies

A lot to chose from this weekend

We're not sure we can remember the last time a husband and wife battled each other for no. 1 at the box office, but it looks like that's whats in store for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner this weekend.  

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Contender Countdown: Should the Best Picture frontrunners fear 'American Sniper?'

Contender Countdown: Should the Best Picture frontrunners fear 'American Sniper?'

Don't discount 'Gone Girl' yet

If it's mid October that means a number of expected Best Picture contenders are increasingly becoming questionable players. Guess things are getting serious, huh?

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Jeremy Renner doesn't need to justify being in 'The Avengers' franchise or 'M:I-5'

Jeremy Renner doesn't need to justify being in 'The Avengers' franchise or 'M:I-5'

Whether its a superhero or 'Kill The Messenger' he chooses what he's passionate about

The film has gone a bit under the radar, but Michael Cuesta's "Kill the Messenger" deserves your attention this weekend. Based on the true story of journalist Gary Webb (Jeremy Renner), the film chronicles how the San Jose Mercury News beat writer discovered that the CIA was knowingly funding drug smuggling into the United States during the 1980s. It's not an exaggeration to say breaking the story destroyed his life.

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Trent Reznor wanted his 'Gone Girl' score to sound artificially insincere

Trent Reznor wanted his 'Gone Girl' score to sound artificially insincere

Plus: Oscar winner humbly recounts his history with Fincher

NEW YORK — Trent Reznor might still be slightly uncomfortable with this whole movie composer thing. Even after earning an Academy Award and a Grammy Award with Atticus Ross for their "Social Network" and "Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" scores, respectively, it's clear this was not a career path he imagined transitioning into. The 49-year-old musician best known as the face of the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails has David Fincher to thank for this unexpected bounty and now Reznor and Ross have re-teamed with the iconic director for his latest critically acclaimed thriller, "Gone Girl."

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Best and Worst of David FIncher's 'Gone Girl': Ben Affleck, Tyler Perry, Trent Reznor

Best and Worst of David FIncher's 'Gone Girl': Ben Affleck, Tyler Perry, Trent Reznor

Warning: Spoilers ahead

David Fincher's "Gone Girl" came from behind to win the box office this weekend over the "Conjuring" prequel "Annabelle." Critics have predominantly given it a thumbs up and individually praised the performances of Rosamund Pike, Ben Affleck and, yes, even Tyler Perry.

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'Gone Girl's' Rosamund Pike and Gillian Flynn think we all know an Amazing Amy

'Gone Girl's' Rosamund Pike and Gillian Flynn think we all know an Amazing Amy

Pike is finally having her moment

NEW YORK — The spotlight is finally on Rosamund Pike.

The 35-year-old actress first came to moviegoers' attention 12 years ago when she played a double agent in "Die Another Day." She then alternated between independent films like "Pride & Prejudice," "Barney's Version" and "Made in Dagenham," as well as studio flicks such "Doom," "Surrogates," "Wrath of the Titans" and even opposite Tom Cruise in "Jack Reacher." The biggest media spotlight she'd received was for her supporting role in "An Education," but if you were introduced to her at a party you probably wouldn't know where you recognized her from (or that she was even a movie "star"). That will all change with David Fincher's "Gone Girl."

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Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry rave about 'actor's director' David Fincher

Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry rave about 'actor's director' David Fincher

Who knew this movie might be so funny?

NEW YORK — Now this is an unexpected trio to interview at one time: Emmy winner and top awards show host Neil Patrick Harris, veteran character actress Kim Dickens ("Treme," "Deadwood") and the man who is his own category, Tyler Perry. The three had converged — well, let's be honest, 20th Century Fox put them in a room together — to discuss their critically acclaimed new film "Gone Girl."

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No joke: Christian Bale watched Monty Python's 'Life of Brian' before playing Moses

No joke: Christian Bale watched Monty Python's 'Life of Brian' before playing Moses

Can you guess which Mel Brooks movie he watched right after?

Ladies and gentleman, Ridley Scott has returned to the world of antiquity and it ain't "Gladiator" or "Kingdom of Heaven."

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