David Fincher’s Gone Girl became the first major studio film to have a full Adobe Premiere Pro CC workflow.
As post-production engineer Jeff Brue explains, “Our goal was to get as many iterations as possible of the opticals and visual effects in a given period of time to make the story as strong as we could. The ask was for nothing less than perfection, which pushed us to do better. When it came down to it, Adobe Premiere Pro CC was faster than anything else in the market. That speed meant more iterations, more time to work on a shot, and more time to perfect an edit.”
Read more here on the Adobe blog.