From Book to the Big Screen: Gone Girl thanks to Audible

Bloggers, you’re going to love this one! Nuffnang has teamed up with Audible and 20th Century Fox for one of the coolest book-to-movie collaborations ever.

Centred around the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn, Nuffnang bloggers are invited to experience this incredible story like no one else. Keep reading to find out how to get involved!

Gone Girl Nuffnang Blogger Screening by Audible“GONE GIRL” film artwork © 2014 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved

GONE GIRL is  the suspenseful thriller unearthing the secrets at the heart of a modern marriage. On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (played by Ben Affleck in the film adaptation) reports that his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceit and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?

Thanks to Audible and 20th Century Fox, Nuffnang bloggers are invited to experience GONE GIRL both in audiobook and movie format before the movie opens to the public on 2nd October.

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Download a free copy of the GONE GIRL audiobook from Audible1.  Enjoy your instant download and listen to the thriller of the year before it hits the big screens. Then join Nuffnang for an exclusive preview screening of GONE GIRL as a major motion picture in Sydney or Melbourne on the 29th September.

Thanks to Audible and Twentieth Century Fox, Nuffnang is hosting exclusive advanced screenings in both Sydney and Melbourne on Monday 29th September.

Watch the trailer below:

To win a double pass to the advanced screening of GONE GIRL, in the comments below tell us in 10 words or fewer:
What was the worst thing you’ve ever had go missing?  
Don’t forget to let us know whether you’d like tickets for Sydney or Melbourne!

Winners will be notified via email by 22nd  September




Want to be sure you won’t miss this super amaze event? Write a review of GONE GIRL the audiobook from Audible and let us know what you’re looking forward to in the movie version (no spoilers!) and you’ll get bonus tickets to the advanced screening2 or if you live outside Sydney/Melbourne, you can receive a double pass to go see GONE GIRL in a cinema near you.3


1. If you already have an Audible account, please send an email to to arrange your free download of GONE GIRL. terms and conditions apply.
2. Maximum of four tickets (2 double passes) to be awarded per blogger for the advanced screening.
3.  Limited number of in-season passes available. In-season passes will be awarded to the first eleigible blog reviews shared in the comments of this post.


Nuffnang Community Team
  1. Niamh :

    My puppy was about the size of a rat when we first got him last Christmas. I left him sleeping on the couch to go to the bathroom, when I came back he was gone – cue absoulte panic and an hour of frantic looking. I’d only had him a couple of days. I eventually found him, sleeping, inside the couch! In the couple of minutes I was gone, he’d managed to create a hole in the couch lining under the couch and climb in…

    Sydney please

  2. Sydaney Moog :

    passport pre-holiday! Express issue one day before flying out!

    Sydney please :)

  3. Vicki | Style On V :

    The worst thing I ever had go missing was when I Had my handbag stolen from my friends car which was parked in her garage. My phone. My cards. A new wallet. So many items that I will never have back.

  4. Vicki | Style On V :

    Oops Sydney please

  5. Katie :

    A $2 note I won in a raffle!


  6. Alice Tan :

    My phone gone with all photos & precious memories in it! :'(

    Ticket for Melbourne please :)

  7. Stephanie :

    My laptop…that I checked as luggage. Sydney please.

  8. Marthese :

    my son when he was 2 yrs old in a shopping center, while I was trying a pair of shoes…hew went around the shoe display rack and disappeared, after 20 minutes of sheer heartache, a man came with him, found him in the car park, we blessed our lucky days that he was not run over by a car!

  9. Alesha :

    Parking ticket! Paid $75 lost ticket fee opposed to $11.
    (Melbourne please!!)

  10. Suzy :

    Handbag, purse and keys when I first moved to Melbourne!

    Melbourne pleasies!

  11. Stuti :

    A 20 year old fountain pen my father gave me…! Crushed when it was (I think) stolen…. Searched for it for days on end… Never to be found! :(

    Melbourne please!

  12. erin :

    A kid on a school excursion. EEEK.

  13. Angus Pryor :

    My noise cancelling headphones at the start of a 15 hour flight (just last week – aaargh). Sydney please

  14. Sarah Barrett :

    Missing a child. Gone only minutes, but oh the panic. Melbourne please.

  15. Joyce Watts :

    Passport – lost in Tokyo, London, Montreal! Bit of a bad habit!

  16. Angelina Mei Yi Saw :

    $240 Justin Timberlake ticket. Had to buy another one!

    Melbourne please! (:

  17. pete matheos :

    My pet cat roxy.She ran away and never came home

  18. Jo Carrick :

    Wedding ring. Wedding day.

  19. Jo Carrick :

    Oh! And I’m in Melbourne. :-)

  20. Natasha :

    I went away on a holiday and took 5 books with me left them all on the aeroplane was shattered for ages

    Melbourne tickets would be amazing

  21. grace :

    I lost my phone my life was on it contacts my memories in photos everything was very disappointed

    Melbourne please!

  22. Carly Findlay :

    My favourite childhood book – mum lent it to relatives OVERSEAS!

    I am in Melbourne!

  23. Michelle :

    This is a little embarrassing to admit – my smelly security pillow, that I hug to sleep when I was a young girl. My mum kept it up on purpose when I was in kindy and lied to me saying someone stole it. :( it was a long time ago but I still remember that fear of never seeing it again. Thankfully mum returned it that night.

    Melbourne tickets please!

  24. peter :

    my collection of abba collector cards from the 70s.


  25. Kylie :

    Oh – the worst thing to go missing – the ‘baby-ness’ of all of my girls….. The youngest is four – and whilst I LOVE every inch and every stage of their childhood, I miss the squishy little bottoms, wobbly walking, newborn cries…. the list goes on!

    I am a Melbourne girl please!

  26. Jean :

    My little dogs take themselves for walks when we aren’t looking. Too much stress for this Melbourne girl

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