Gone is a new mystery/thriller film starring Amanda Seyfried. It is bound to have a theatrical release on February 24th 2012. Gone is rated PG 13 because of terror, violence, some sexual material and drug references. The movie will surely bring fans of thriller films into a whole new ride this February with the movie: Gone. Here’s some inside scoop on what to expect with this new movie that will have your adrenaline pumping for 94 minutes.
The trailer starts off just like an innocent night out for Jill Parrish (Amanda Seyfried). She was coaxed by her sister Molly (Emily Wickersham) to go out with her friends. After convincing her sister to go out for the night she tells Jill to wake her up when she gets home. She then arrives to their apartment and knocks on her sister’s door to tell her about her night out. She is then shocked to find that her sister is missing and her past is catching up with her again. Jill goes to the police to report that her sister is missing and that the person who took her is the same person who abducted her before. Jill’s abduction is still an open case because there are some pieces in the puzzle that could not be solved. She is now on a rogue mission to try and find her sister before anything bad happens to her. Jill pursues an unknown serial killer while she is being pursued by the police at the same time. She has 12 hours to find Molly alive and she must do this all by herself.
Amanda Seyfried is the main character in the movie: Gone. She joined by other noted actors like: Jennifer Carpenter, Wes Bentley, Emily Wickersham and Kate Moennig. Gone is directed by Heitor Dahlia and was written by Allison Burnett. The movie is produced by Lakeshore Entertainment, SKE Entertainment and is going to be distributed by Summit Entertainments. Amanda Seyfried is known to have worked with these studios and distributing companies with her past movies: Letters To Juliet and Dear John. Both companies are excited with Gone that stars Amanda Seyfried: Here’s a short quote from the production team:
“We are very excited to be distributing this film and working once again with both Lakeshore and Amanda,” said Summit co-chair Rob Friedman, adding it is the first time the company has partnered with Sidney Kimmel.
Rosenberg said Seyfried is the “perfect actress to play the smart and fearless heroine in Gone.”
Critics have also commented on this new film, according to Adam Chitwood: The trailer’s actually not bad, as it sets up the movie almost as a revenge flick with the authorities refusing to believe Seyfried’s story. It seems like there is much to be expected with the movie: Gone. The Score Card Review however, has a different view on this new film by Amanda Seyfried: It’s not that Gone looks outrageously bad, but there is a definite feeling of been there, done that.
If you want to experience mystery and suspense this February then catch Amanda Seyfried on the movie Gone that is coming to theaters this February 24th 2012.
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