Rosamund Pike has revealed that she'd like to reprise her role of Amy Elliot-Dunne in a Gone Girl sequel. The actress, who has received critical acclaim and awards nominations for the role, told reporters that she would like to see what happened to the family ten years later.
"Maybe, ten years down the road," she said at the Bafta Los Angeles Tea Party on Sunday. "I'd think I'd want… to see what happens when the child is about ten."
Gone Girl is an adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel of the same name. The author, who wrote the film's screenplay, also believes that a sequel could happen.
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Rosamund Pike has said she'd like to star in a Gone Girl sequel
"There could be a sequel at some point if everyone is game to get the gang back together," she told the New York Daily News. "It could be really fun a few years from now to pick it up and see what those crazy Dunnes are up to a few years down the road and if they got on – not well, I don't think."
The film was a worldwide success following its release, and Rosamund has received a Screen Actors Guild award nomination for Best Actress for her performance.
The 35-year-old gave birth to a baby boy in December, and has previously spoken about how her role playing the psychotic character prompted her to have another child.
Rosamund Pike has been nominated for a SAG award for her performance as Amy-Elliott Dunne
Speaking to the Daily Mail, she said: "After filming I just knew I had to go out there and make a human being.
"The film was so tough and such a hard experience that the instant I'd finished I thought, 'I need to bring something positive into the world'. Life is good with little people around."