The big-screen adaptation of "Gone Girl" is one of the most anticipated films of the fall, and while most of us will have to wait until Oct. 3 to see it, star Neil Patrick Harris has already gotten the first look.
During a conversation with HuffPost Live's Ricky Camilleri about his work with the student art competition The Art Of The Pixel, Harris said "Gone Girl" director David Fincher gave him a late-night screening of a rough cut of the film after a recent performance of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." The movie hadn't been color-corrected and had temporary music, but it was enough for Harris to give it his stamp of approval.
"I really, really loved it," he said of the 11:30 p.m. screening. "I loved the book, and I thought since ['Gone Girl' author Gillian Flynn] did the screenplay as well, it's in most ways true to the book -- mostly in its kind of unsettling nature. You leave feeling just kind of rocked by what 'relationship' can mean."
Watch the clip above for more "Gone Girl" details, and check out the full HuffPost Live conversation below.
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