Amanda Seyfried Gone Movie Trailer
No one believes her. Nothing will stop her.
When her sister disappears, Jill (Amanda Seyfried) is convinced the serial killer who kidnapped her two years ago has returned, and she sets out to once again face her abductor.
Jill Parrish comes home from a night shift to discover her sister Molly has been abducted. Jill, who had escaped from a kidnapper a year before, is convinced that the same serial killer has come back for her sister. Afraid that Molly will be dead by sundown, Jill embarks on a heart-pounding chase to find the killer, expose his secrets and save her sister.
Gone movie trailer 2012 is presented in full HD 1080p high resolution. Gone movie hits theaters on February 24, 2012. The movie is directed by Heitor Dhalia, starring by Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Carpenter, Sebastian Stan, Wes Bentley, Daniel Sunjata and Amy Lawhorn, screenplay by Allison Burnett.
Prolific screenwriter Allison Burnett (Fame, Feast of Love) wrote his original screenplay for Gone on spec. He recalls that, one day, producer Chris Salvaterra (The Visitor, Fast Food Nation) came to him with only a kernel of an idea for a movie. “He told me that he had an image in his head of a girl in the middle of the woods, buried in a hole in the ground,” Burnett says. “He explained that he had no idea what else followed, but that he couldn’t shake the thought.”
As the days went by, Burnett found that he, too, couldn’t shake the haunting image from his mind. And thus began his screenwriting journey for Gone. As Burnett started to contemplate the range of possibilities for the story, the pieces of the puzzle started to fall into place and he decided to write the script on speculation—without any guarantee that it would ever be produced.
“I wrote in a very intense burst of creativity,” he says of the process. “At first, I had no idea what was going to happen in the narrative. I was absolutely as lost and clueless as is Jill, the main character in the story. I had to discover the clues along the way. But I knew that if it was unpredictable to me, if I didn’t know what was going to happen next, then the audience couldn’t possibly know either.
“When I finished the screenplay, and because I’ve worked at Lakeshore Entertainment a lot over the years and have a high regard for producing partners Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi, I felt a moral obligation to offer it to them first. I gave them what’s called a ’24 hour jump’. That’s where you give someone a day to read a script before anyone else has an opportunity to see it.”
Burnett’s script was delivered via messenger to Lakeshore Entertainment. It arrived at 9:00 in the morning. Less than two hours later Tom Rosenberg called Burnett to say that Lakeshore Entertainment would make the movie.
“What I found so satisfying about Gone is that it’s grounded in reality,” Rosenberg says of Burnett’s script. “It takes place over a period of only one day and it reminds me of Hitchcock’s classics. It’s a very taught thriller and has a strong psychological component to it and moves at breakneck speed.”
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