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“This night is why I love London,” she observed as we followed the throng across the bridge.
Pike was born into an English performing family, and as we walked we talked about her parents’ careers and their long marriage.
We met in London in November, on the weekend before Guy Fawkes Day, at the Cock & Bottle, an old-school Notting Hill pub “dating back to before the area’s chichi changeup,” as Rosamund explained.
We had arranged to meet at the pub and then go see the fireworks over the Thames.
(“When I think of my wife, I always think of her head …
”) One hundred forty-nine minutes later, when she turns around to look directly at us at the end of the movie, we see her face, but it isn’t just Amy Dunne’s face any longer—it’s that of Rosamund Pike, movie star.
Meeting Hollywood's latest sensation, in London, Sam Kashner hears about the challenges of playing Amy Dunne, the experience of sudden fame, and the way Pike fell in love—at Stonehenge, no less—with the father of her new baby.
best-seller list), many more would come to the movie not knowing the true character of the novel’s heroine, “Amazing” Amy Dunne. At the beginning of the film, the first thing we see of Amy Dunne is the back of her head, just as Flynn had imagined it.
Fireworks Night, or Guy Fawkes Night, is a British tradition going back to the 1605 Gunpowder Plot, in which Catholic conspirator Fawkes attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament.
In her black wool cap and shearling coat, with its collar of lamb’s wool pulled up around her winsome face, Rosamund, nine months pregnant, gamely trekked along the Albert Bridge with me.