Gone Girl (2014)
From script to staging: how a bestseller can be adapted.
Author Gillian Flynn, with stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, on adapting her own novel into her first screenplay (from a longer segment with Charlie Rose):
Lessons from the Screenplay‘s first (!) episode is about how lean, efficient writing, from the dialogue to the stage direction, creates a solid foundation for the director and actors to explore and expand into the final filmed version:
Director David Fincher shares more thematic than technical considerations that went into his adaptation of the story:
The titular Gone Girl, Rosamund Pike, describes how preparing to play a sociopath involves confronting one’s own darkness – and potentially scaring the neighbours (via Off Camera):
Compare and contrast another of David Fincher’s adaptations, not with the novel, with another film adaptation of the same novel: