When viewers take their theater seats to watch the feature film "Gone Girl," which premiered during a special Thursday night showing, they are first treated to an ominous shot of a foggy Mississippi River.
Cape Girardeau's floodwall makes a quick appearance before the film kicks into a montage of the city. Broadway and Spanish streets are shown in the film's initial moments, followed by a rush of homes -- some with cheerful gardens and others barren with overgrown weeds, sporting "For Sale" signs. The iconic downtown clock also gets a little attention.
Rhodes 101 on South Sprigg Street also makes a quick appearance, and Andy's Frozen Custard on Kingshighway is shown in a still photo of Amy. CLICK HERE for Full Story.