Trailer Bulletin: Ben Affleck's "Gone Baby Gone"

by | July 9, 2007 | Comments

He’s won an Oscar for screenwriting and he’s known as a (pretty) good actor, but can Ben Affleck … direct? You be the judge.

Click here for the first trailer for Ben Affleck’s "Gone Baby Gone," an abduction thriller that stars Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, Michelle Monaghan, and (in his first big starring role) Casey Affleck as a detective who aims to discover what happened to a missing little girl.

Based on the novel by Dennis Lehane ("Mystic River"), the screenplay comes from Affleck and first-timer Aaron Stockard. Trailers can be deceptive (obviously), but the flick looks pretty solid to me. As always, the promo clip gives away too much, but I’m still pretty intrigued by this one. Miramax releases "Gone Baby Gone" (in limited release) on October 19th.

Source: Yahoo! Movies

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