The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
He also appeared in “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” and “Frank and Lola.”
With Erik Axl Sund's perverse murder saga, The Crow Girl, the pseudonymous authors (a handsome pair of black-clad men resembling Scandinavian metal superstars on the back flap), have created a difficult, twisted, irony-free novel with a wildly unreliable narrator.
You blazed through Gone Girl. You ran out and bought Sharp Objects and Dark Places and read them in two sleepless nights. Now your sleepless nights are spent yearning for another Gillian Flynn book.
There hasn't been a twisty, best-selling legal thriller whose film version was as anticipated as Gone Girl since, I would say, Presumed Innocent.
Henry Hereford's new project is the upcoming NBC adventure series "Crossbones" starring John Malkovich. He is a modern mixed breed of all the right stuff -- England, Germany, Australia, the United States.
We've all seen one famous face after another tumble down the rabbit hole of peer pressure, cultural expectations, show business demands, sheer vanity, fear of death, revulsion of aging and the simple miscalculation that the only beauty is youthful beauty. It's a heavy burden.