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Gone (trailer)
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The thumbnail for the Gone trailer.

Director

Starring

Michael Grant

Studio

Distributor

Egmont

Released

January 8, 2009

Runtime

0:51

Succeeded by

Hunger by Michael Grant

Gone is the name of a book trailer by Egmont. It depicts the effects of the FAYZ, with no reception on a TV, flowers wilting due to lack of care, uneaten strawberries rotting, graffiti on a wall saying "The FAYZ sucks", and a metaphor showing two adults disappearing from a picture frame, leaving only their two children in the photo. Words on the screen tell you to imagine a world where everyone fifteen and over disappears, and where normal has "crashed and burned". Michael Grant has a cameo as a man talking on the TV before it goes to static. The footage of him talking comes from a video Michael Grant made for Egmont.[1] The trailer was released on Egmont's Gone website]] and on YouTube on January 8, 2008.[2]

The videoEdit

File:GONE

AppearancesEdit

EventsEdit

MiscellaneaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. GONEbooks. "Michael Grant Egmont Promo". September 16, 2008. YouTube.
  2. EgmontVideos. "GONE". January 8, 2008. YouTube.

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Comment's SectionEdit

Personally I didn't think it made any sense.

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