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Amy Dunne from ‘Gone Girl’ has a Pinterest

Amy Dunne from ‘Gone Girl’ has a Pinterest


David Fincher’s Gone Girl is only a few weeks away from its October 3 release, and in pure Amy Elliott Dunne fashion, Twentieth Century Fox is dropping a few clues to boost excitement. One of the neat promotional tools is a Pinterest account assigned to the movie and book’s character Amy Dunne.

The profile picture shows a shot of Rosamund Pike from the movie, and the account currently has 10 boards alluding to various trends and personality traits that pop up throughout the novel. While some of the recipes, travel photos and DIY home decorating are pretty tame and expected for any Pinterest board, Amy also shows us a few of her signature personality quizzes she writes for a living, “photos” from Nick Dunne’s The Bar and glimpses of her life back in New York and in Missouri.

In Gillian Flynn’s novel, Amy Dunne goes missing from what looks like an abduction or attack in her home, but not before she leaves a series of clues in her annual scavenger hunt for her husband as part of their anniversary. While I don’t have a Pinterest account to dig deep into each of the posts, I wouldn’t doubt there are a few Easter eggs lying throughout.

Take a look and let us know what you find!