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Topic - Lisbeth Salander
"People will say there are a million ways to shoot a scene, but I don't think so," director David Fincher has been quoted as saying. "I think there're two, maybe. And the other one is wrong." In "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," Mr. Fincher never picks the wrong shot.
The longtime partner of late Swedish crime writer Stieg Larsson says he wouldn't have approved of merchandise being linked to this week's release of a Hollywood adaptation of his bestselling novel, "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo."
Stieg Larsson's enigmatic anti-heroine Lisbeth Salander, from the best-selling books and upcoming U.S. film remake "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," is an unlikely trendsetter.
British television productions picked up a leading seven International Emmy nominations Monday, including acting nods for Christopher Eccleston in "Accused" and Julie Walters in "Mo."
Daniel Craig has a new mission. The current star of the James Bond films has signed on for the English-language remake of "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
She's back, that strange enigma of a woman with a dragon tattoo, who has played with fire, and in her latest adventure has kicked a hornet's nest in Sweden's national government.