There’s an unsettling, cinematic quality to the Scandinavian landscape. The eerie quiet, juxtaposed with vast untouched beauty, has often made it the perfect backdrop for horror-thrillers like The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and Let The Right One In, as well as popular tv shows Wallander and The Bridge (now an English-language Netflix favorite). Show More Summary
Some of 2011's biggest blockbusters weren't originally written by film geeks, they were adaptations of novels. What does the success of 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' & 'The Hunger Games' teach us? Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen For a guy who's no longer among the living, Stieg Larsson has had a hell of a few years. Show More Summary
She started out with a dragon tattoo. Then she played with fire and kicked the hornet's nest. Now she does just about everything... Column by Christopher Shultz With the English translation of Stieg Larsson's first Millennium trilogy...Show More Summary
You've seen The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo over a dozen times, Fight Club was your coming-of-age movie, and you stayed for Kevin Spacey, but started watching House of Cards because David Fincher was executive producing. But what doShow More Summary
For the record, Rooney Mara didn't initially believe she could play Tiger Lily in a Peter Pan movie, either. Shortly after it was announced that the star of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo would play Tiger Lily for director Joe Wright in a Peter Pan prequel, internet outrage (whether real or imagined) erupted on the usual chats and forums. Show More Summary
Sony may move forward with their 'Girl With the Dragon Tatoo' franchise without David Fincher, combining two of Steig Larsson's books. [...]
Despite being based on a massively popular series of novels, David Fincher's 2011 adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo underperformed. It still made $232 million worldwide, but expectations were through the roof. Show More Summary
When The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo came out in 2011, it was a bit of a head-scratcher. It had stellar reviews (86% on Rotten Tomatoes), had a respected director at the helm (David Fincher), the reigning James Bond (Daniel Craig) featured prominently in the ad campaign, and was based on a very popular book series. Show More Summary
Even though we're probably not going to see a sequel to the American adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, that doesn't mean we won't be seeing plenty of Rooney Mara. The actress stars in this summer's classic fairytale adaptation...Show More Summary
The fourth installment of the wildly popular Millennium series—ok, ok, the Lisbeth Salander books—will be published August 27, and publishers have just revealed the English title: The Girl in the Spider Web. Read more...
Stieg Larsson's Millennium series, which started with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and went on to sell a reported 80 million copies worldwide (as well as spurring at least two movie franchises), is getting another book in the ser...
It's a banner day for fans of Lisbeth Salander: The girl with the dragon tattoo is returning in "The Girl in the Spider's Web." The book will hit shelves Sept. 1; its cover was released today by Knopf.
The girl with the dragon tattoo is back—under slightly different circumstances. The fourth book in the best-selling Millennium series by Stieg Larsson will be published in the U.S. on September 1, under the title “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” Alfred A. Show More Summary
Let's take an in-depth look at David Fincher's $262m-grossing Franchise Killer.
There will be no more American installments of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series starring Rooney Mara. I am chunking the deuce to any and all U.S. sequels of the film and I am not sad about it. Read more...
Rooney Mara rocks a monochrome ensemble as she steps out to run a few errands around town on Monday (February 23) in Los Feliz, Calif. The 29-year-old actress recently revealed that the much-wanted Girl With the Dragon Tattoo sequel won’t be happening anytime soon. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Rooney Mara “I don’t [...]
When The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo hit back in 2011, it seemed a foregone conclusion that David Fincher's adaptation of the Swedish novel and film trilogy would get right to work on a second chapter. That, however, has yet to happen due to a number of reasons; notably, its somewhat disappointing box-office performance. Show More Summary
Those of you who were hoping to see Rooney Mara transform into Lizbeth Salander again will be gravely disappointed by the following news. Mara, who was nominated for an Oscar for her engaging performance as the anti-social hacker, is...Show More Summary
If you're one of those fans who has been waiting patiently for a sequel to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, you might want to sit down for this news. E! News recently caught up with the film's star Rooney Mara at an Oxfam benefit in New York and asked whether or not we would see The Girl Who Played with Fire make it to the big screen. Show More Summary
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