Trophies were being handed out Friday at the inaugural TV broadcast of the Hollywood Film Awards, which bills itself as “the official launch of awards season.”
Production hired 116 Missourians for Cape Girardeau, Mo. shoot.
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Ben Affleck’s new thriller Gone Girl, directed by David Fincher and based on the thriller novel by author Gillian Flynn, is now in theaters, and the movie was filmed not too far away in the Southeast Missouri city of Cape Girardeau.
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It looks like an advanced screening of the major motion picture “Gone Girl” will happen in Missouri before most of the rest of the country gets to see it.
20th Century Fox, maker of “Gone Girl,” spent nearly $3 million while filming in Missouri last fall.
Just announced as latest big-screen Caped Crusader, Ben Affleck also to star in Missouri-based “Gone Girl.”
The Southeast Missourian reports a casting company held a call Saturday for prospective background extras for the 20th Century Fox feature film “Gone Girl,” by Gillian Flynn.