Second 'Gone Girl' trailer has been released

New 'Gone Girl' Trailer: Creepy In The Best Way
New 'Gone Girl' Trailer: Creepy In The Best Way

The full trailer for 'Gone Girl' is finally here! Between the Trent Reznor score and the David Fincher style, it's creepy in the best way possible. And, fans are loving it on Twitter.

Jenn Lawrence tweeted, "Oooh, a deliciously creepy new Gone Girl trailer!"

And @iamPitman wrote, "That "Gone Girl" trailer looks very good. Oct, can't come fast enough"

And this one sums up what most fans think:
"Oh my, the new Gone Girl trailer is perfect"

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The much anticipated film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling thriller is set for release in the fall. But, the studio is satiating fans by releasing little clues along the way. 4 movie posters, like this one, were released over the 4th of July weekend. Getting fans hyped up for the debut of the full length trailer today.

An earlier teaser trailer left some fans disappointed because it didn't include enough of the title character. The full trailer, however, gives you just enough of Rosamund Pike as Amy Dunne.

In January Gillian Flynn who authored both the book and the screenplay told Entertainment Weekly that the ending of the movie would stray from the novel. She clarified the statement during a Reddit AMA in April.

"Tell your girlfriend not to worry - those reports have been greatly exaggerated! Of course, the script has to be different from the book in some ways - you have to find a way to externalize all those internal thoughts and you have to do more with less room and you just don't have room for everything. But the mood, tone and spirit of the book are very much intact."

Most fans of the books are pretty psyched about the movie but some are sticklers for authenticity

Jesse Doogan tweeted, "The ottoman in the GONE GIRL trailer doesn't match the description in the book, so I have lost all faith in this movie adaptation."

The film starring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry is slated for release on October 3rd so you have plenty of time to read the book if you haven't already.