”The news reporters would show Nick Dunne, husband of the missing woman, standing metallically next to his father-in-law, arms crossed, eyes glazed, looking almost bored as Amy’s parents wept. And then worse. My longtime response, the need to remind people I wasn’t a dick, I was a nice guy despite the affectless stare, the haughty, douchebag face.
So there it came, out of nowhere, as Rand begged for his daughter’s return: a killer smile.” — Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl.
Pike stunned at the December 2012 premiere of “Jack Reacher” in a chic up-do and a bright yellow gown by Alexander McQueen.
He shoved me. Hard. Two days ago, he shoved me, and I fell and banged my head…We both gasped…He was beyond sorry, he was aghast. But here’s the thing I want to be clear on: I knew what I was doing, I was punching every button on him…I wanted him to finally say something, do something…I just didn’t realize he was going to do that…I drove out to the mall yesterday,..I wanted a gun, just in case…But I don’t really think Nick would hurt me. I just would feel safer with a gun.
Rosamund Pike as Elizabeth Malet in The Libertine - 2004
Rosamund Pike in “Crazy Beautiful” / Photographed by Willy Vanderperre / Styled by Olivier Rizzo, for W Magazine May 2014
"I suppose there’s a kind of collective guilt in Hollywood that when there are so few female characters out there that when they are written they should be definitely be smart ones, and so sometimes when there’s a cracker who comes along who’s not smart that’s just even better, really."
– Rosamund Pike: Screen Test for W Magazine(x)
Rosamund Pike : Screen Test for W Magazine