Gillian Flynn admits 'Gone Girl 2' is a possibility
Acclaimed author Gillian Flynn admits a sequel to the 'Gone Girl' movie could be made.
'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn admits a sequel to the movie could be made.
The 43-year-old writer - who was responsible for the popular 2012 novel and was influential with the film adaptation, which was released last year - says she would like to see the original cast reprise their roles if a second movie is to be made.
Speaking about the prospects of a sequel, Gillian said: "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.
"We could 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.
"I would have to have the exact same people to do it - I would want Rosamund Rosamund, Ben Affleck and [director] David Fincher to do it."
Meanwhile, Gillian also admitted to being surprised by Ben Affleck flashing his manhood in the original movie.
She told the New York Daily News: "I was all for the cinema réalité. He was a total method actor and in playing a man who got in the shower, he played a man who got in the shower.
"I didn't know exactly how they would film it. I think the screenplay says they get in the shower so I cannot take credit for that."