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Three more images for Finchers Girl With The Dragon Tattoo show up

Aug. 26, 2011by: Marcey Papandrea
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Not too long ago I showed you the first three stills that had been released for David Fincher’s adaptation of THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO. Well behold, an additional three stills have been released via Empire.

We get a few more glimpses of Daniel Craig as Mikael Blomkvist and one of Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander. The pictures aren’t very revealing, but it seems as though they want to tease us just enough to keep interest high.

Personally I am excited, mainly because it is a David Fincher film. I haven’t gotten around to reading the book or tapping the Swedish film yet. However as the days roll on I feel the need to finally pick the book up and at least have that read before seeing this film. It will be coming at us on December 21st, with UK audiences getting it on the 26th.

One fateful day several years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared off the secluded island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger family. There was no corpse, no witnesses and no evidence. Nearly forty years later, investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Daniel Craig) reluctantly accepts the unusual and seemingly unsolvable assignment of finding out what really happened to Harriet. Genius hacker, Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara) is drawn into the case and the two form a fragile alliance as they dig into the sinister past of the Vangers and find out just how far they're prepared to go to protect themselves and each other.

The film is Fincher and scribe Steven Zaillian’s vision as based on their interpretation of the novel by Stieg Larsson. Stellan Skarsgaard, Christopher Plummer, Robin Wright, Embeth Davidtz, Joely Richardson and Steven Berkoff will star along side Mara and Craig.

Extra Tidbit: Do you think Fincher's version can top the original?
Source: Empire

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12:47PM on 08/26/2011
I think Fincher's version gonna be like Martin Scorsese's version of The Departed - a remake that stands out among other remakes and that's good.
I think Fincher's version gonna be like Martin Scorsese's version of The Departed - a remake that stands out among other remakes and that's good.
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11:33AM on 08/26/2011
I agree that the site could use a more strictly "Horror" approach to what it does or does not report, if we are not interested, perhaps we shouldn't click on the Link. And OT, while I do enjoy Fincher, I don't know how I feel about him remaking The Dragon Tattoo. I wasn't much of a fan of the book, so perhaps he'll top it. I mean, he made an awesome movie about the inception of Facebook, so you really can't doubt the man!
I agree that the site could use a more strictly "Horror" approach to what it does or does not report, if we are not interested, perhaps we shouldn't click on the Link. And OT, while I do enjoy Fincher, I don't know how I feel about him remaking The Dragon Tattoo. I wasn't much of a fan of the book, so perhaps he'll top it. I mean, he made an awesome movie about the inception of Facebook, so you really can't doubt the man!
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9:50AM on 08/26/2011
Does this "Thriller/ suspense" stuff really belong in this section of the site? Unless I'm wrong about the possible context of the film, and the Dragon Tattoo comes to life and kills people. Mixing Suspense films into the horror field is what watered it down and gave us soft PG-13 crap.
Does this "Thriller/ suspense" stuff really belong in this section of the site? Unless I'm wrong about the possible context of the film, and the Dragon Tattoo comes to life and kills people. Mixing Suspense films into the horror field is what watered it down and gave us soft PG-13 crap.
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