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  • David Fincher Reveals Hope for 'Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' Sequel

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - While David Fincher's "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" pulled in $232 million in 2011, there's been no official confirmations that the next two books in the Stieg Larsson trilogy, "The Girl Who Played With Fire" and 'The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Next," will be adapted into English-language films (the Swedish versions came out in 2009). However, Fincher revealed recently that he has hope for the possibility.
  • Stieg Larsson's 'Girl' is an international publishing phenomenon

    Stieg Larsson's 'Girl' is an international publishing phenomenon
    Massive, worldwide success often remains a bit enigmatic, but this publishing breakthrough seemed especially unlikely. The first novel begins with the dull thud of a family tree full of foreign names: The book starts slowly — digging into arcane...

    Reel Critics: Animated film may go over kids' heads

    Reel Critics: Animated film may go over kids' heads
    With the legendary DreamWorks studio behind "Megamind," you know this animated offering will have first-rate special effects and production values. The studio fully delivers this film's expected technical quality. The movie won the weekend with almost $50...

    'The Girl Who Played With Fire'

    'The Girl Who Played With Fire'
    The follow-up to "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," this adaptation of another Stieg Larsson crime story returns Noomi Rapace and Michael Nyqvist to their roles from the previous tale. The publisher played by Nyqvist is inspired to launch a probe of...

    Reel Critics: Nothing to despise in this family movie

    A grumpy old man's life is forever changed by his chance encounter with lovable children. It's a classic plot in many family films. Here the kids are three adorable girls selling cookies to support their orphanage. They encounter mean Gru, voiced by Steve...