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.
What do you think? Parenthetically, even books not containing the word Girl in their titles are marketed as being comparable
Besides its insane page-turner quality that kept me up on succeeding nights well after a reasonable bedtime, there are so
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.
Looks like fans of Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist will get another ending after all, with Swedish publisher Norstedts
[via THR] Whether Fincher returns, however, is up for debate. The aforementioned "Gone Girl" is now on his radar, and he's
"David Berkowitz, the "Son of Sam," and Jeffrey Dahmer [were transformed] into ghoulish celebrities," Bonn said. "Similarly
Female action stars are hot, but can they really save lives? Director and writer Fiona Mackenzie thinks they can. Not just in the movies, but in real life. This conviction inspired her new film, Alpha Numeric.
Alan Cumming knows a little bit about feeling like a second-class citizen. After all, aside from being a gay man in a straight-dominated world, he's also a Scot who's lived in London.
While at New York Comic-Con, I got a few minutes with DC co-publisher Dan DiDio to ask him about the motivations for this new project, and also threw in a question about the new, animated adaptation of Frank Miller's revolutionary Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
Let us not forget that art and entertainment do affect the masses and the masses affect the arts. In many ways, what is popular and successful is a barometer of where we are and where we're headed.
Those nonfiction books that purport to explain life, the universe, and everything will occasionally rocket to the top of the bestseller lists and stick there for months, like a wine stain that won't scrub from the carpet.
We know Rooney Mara isn't as scary as Lisbeth Salander in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Even so, Channing Tatum admits
I have to confess that I have always thoroughly enjoyed action adventure films and have historically been dependent on the male perspective to fully partake of the genre.