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Looks like the author of last year’s twisted thriller Gone Girl is going even darker for her next major film adaptation.
The new movie, titled Dark Places – which Gillian Flynn published three years before Gone Girl – stars Charlize Theron as Libby Day, a woman who witnessed the murder of her entire family as a teenager.
Initially, Theron’s character implicates her brother in the massacre – but with the help of a secret society called the “Kill Club,” she begins questioning her brother’s guilt and starts searching for the real killer.
The film promises the same twists and turns as Flynn’s other novel turned Oscar-nominated film – and features an equally all-star cast, including Chloë Grace Moretz, Christina Hendricks, Nicholas Hoult, Corey Stoll, and Tye Sheridan.
Although no U.S. film date has been released, Dark Places will premiere in Paris on March 30.