The new ‘Gone Girl’ movie will not be about the murder of actress and best-selling author Amber Tamblyn

This is a bit of a mystery.

But the one thing that has been confirmed is that Gone Girl won’t be a crime thriller.

The movie will instead feature a new character who is not Amber Toutley’s character, but a real person, who’s been on a mission to find out more about the disappearance of the actress and her family.

So, for those who may not have the benefit of the film, Gone Girl is a film that will make you think about what it means to be a human being, even if you don’t agree with it.

In the new film, we are introduced to Samantha, a 23-year-old college student who is living with her mother and father.

She is on a quest to find information about the case and the identity of her missing family member, Amber Tlamsley, who disappeared in 1976.

But this journey of her may take her from the halls of her university to a rural American village, where she meets a former classmate named Claire, who has a story of her own.

“It’s a story about a girl who’s never known her family,” said Tambley, speaking at a screening of the new movie in Las Vegas.

“She’s a teenager.

She’s going to have to deal with the trauma of a family member missing.”

Tamblesy said that she’s excited to work with director Amy Berg, who will be bringing a strong cinematic voice to the role of Samantha.

“Amy has a lot of history with the story of Amber and her disappearance,” Tambleysy said.

“I think the new version will be much more realistic.

She will be more aware of the situation and what she’s going through.”

Toutleys father was also at the screening to promote the movie.

“You can tell by the way he’s looking at the audience that this is a real, living, breathing human being who’s doing the right thing,” said her father, Robert Touty.

“He’s just very excited about it.

I’m sure Amy and I will talk about it over the course of the next few months.

It’s going so well.

I’ve just been so impressed with the passion and enthusiasm from the audience.”

The Toutys have also seen a lot in the new Gone Girl.

“There was something that struck me about the movie, it’s an absolute gem,” Robert Toutsy said of the movie’s ending.

“We’re talking about the first time that Amber’s missing, and we’re talking the first family member that Amber had, and then we’re even talking about something that happened to a family, and the story is still unfolding.

And I think that’s the beauty of the story.”

The new movie is expected to be released in theaters on Aug. 15.

If you can’t wait until then, check out a clip from the film below.