Twitter reacts to 'Gone Girl'-themed cruise announcement: 'What could go wrong?'

In honor of the 10th anniversary of Gone Girl, author Gillian Flynn is hosting book signings and a Q&A on an eight-day cruise on the Danube River.

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Flynn’s 2012 novel follows the mysterious disappearance of Amy Dunne and the clues that lead the police to believe her husband, Nick, was somehow involved in it. Gone Girl was a New York Times bestseller and was made into a movie starring Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck in 2014.

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What could go wrong on a cruise with a theme based on a book about lies, cheating and framing your husband for murder?

The Avalon Waterways cruise will host 150 passengers who are willing and able to shell out $3,400 for a ticket. The “killer opportunity” will go from Sept. 15-22 and visit spots between Budapest, Hungary, and Deggendorf, Germany.

Gone Girl takes place in Missouri, so it’s not clear why Avalon Waterways chose this path. Avalon also has a number of themed cruises within its Storyteller Series — including a Sex and the City-themed one starting in Paris and a Cheryl Strayed one on the same course as the Gone Girl cruise.

It seems as though Flynn is on to the joke that this is an unusual theme for a cruise, as she tweeted that there would also be a “special passenger to murder.”

Twitter users, naturally, lost their minds over the concept of a Gone Girl cruise.

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