Anything James Cameron can do, Brad can do better!
Noomi Rapace talked about The Millennium Trilogy and her character in Sherlock Holmes 2. We listened.
So the saga of Lisbeth Salander is finally drawing to a close, and it’s time to find out if Noomi Rapace’s steely gaze can overpower the collective dribblings of The Bad Men. Suffering from the same inherent plot problems as part two (The Girl Who Played With Fire), The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets’ Nest never quite manages to recreate the satisfying arc of the universally acclaimed part one – The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Still, this is sleek and sophisticated film-making with a refreshing “anti-blockbuster” feel, it’s just a shame the story doesn’t quite suit the medium.
Are you worried that November might well end up as the lame month the calendar Gods intended it to be? Do you sit around doing nothing but contemplating the terrible event Christmas shopping will turn out to be? Well I can’t technically help you with any of that. What I can do though is provide you with the awesomeness that is the latest Film Festivals from around the UK!
David Fincher is due to direct the English remake of the Swedish crime mystery The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The Swedish version, adapted from the Steig Larsson’s novel, was released in the UK earlier this month. If you liked Fight Club and Aliens 3 then no doubt you will not be disappointed with Fincher’s usual mix of mindless sex and violence.