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  1. HBO Lands Gillian Flynn's 'Sharp Objects' Starring Amy Adams

    11:19 am 4/1/2016

    Jean-Marc Vallee will direct the adaptation of the book by the 'Gone Girl' author, which hails from Entertainment One and Blumhouse.Read more

  2. Amy Adams to Star in Gillian Flynn's 'Sharp Objects'

    5:15 pm 2/19/2016

    Jean-Marc Vallee will direct the adaptation of the book by the 'Gone Girl' author, which is being shopped to cable and streaming by Entertainment One and Blumhouse.Read more

  3. Universal Nabs Gillian Flynn's Ghost Story 'The Grownup'

    12:17 pm 1/8/2016

    Natalie Krinsky is attached to pen the script. Read more

  4. 'Dark Places' Star Charlize Theron, Author Gillian Flynn on Watching Their Own Work

    5:20 pm 7/27/2015

    Theron stars as Libby Day, a woman investigating her family's murder, in the adaptation of Flynn's novel.Read more

  5. ‘Dark Places’: Film Review

    6:00 am 4/7/2015

    Charlize Theron plays the heroine of 'Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn’s second novel Read more

  6. Critics' Choice Awards: The Winners

    3:18 pm 1/15/2015

    Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore and Richard Linklater were among the winners.Read more

  7. Oscar Snubs: Jennifer Aniston, 'Lego Movie,' 'Selma' Director, More

    6:34 am 1/15/2015

    No nominations for Clint Eastwood or David Oyelowo, and only one nomination for 'Gone Girl' also left Oscar watchers scratching their heads.Read more

  8. 'The Flash,' 'Arrow' Headed to Canadian SVOD Project Latte

    12:47 pm 11/26/2014

    The upstart streamer unveiled a sci-fi slate that includes 'Orphan Black' and 'Doctor Who'Read more

  9. 'Utopia' International Emmy Win Won't Change Cancellation Decision in U.K.

    7:13 am 11/25/2014

    Channel 4 said it wouldn't renew the U.K. drama following its recently concluded second seasonRead more

  10. Hollywood Film Awards: Best and Worst Moments

    5:10 pm 11/14/2014

    Queen Latifah hosted the first-ever televised event, broadcasted live on CBS from the Hollywood PalladiumRead more

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