Lisbeth Salander

In the wake of Me Too and global-scale data breaches, hacker Lisbeth Salander is back in action.
The Girl Who Takes An Eye For An Eye by David Lagercrantz "Tattoo artists will be interested in the as-if-born-in-fire origins
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Funny thing is, just as with Spenser and Travis McGee, Jake never seemed that hard-boiled to me. Oh, there's the occasional tough-guy line: "They don't call us sharks for our ability to swim."
So many films today seem to carry the same references to earlier work, indicating the influences that shaped the filmmaker in his work. But references are one thing; using those references for fresh inspiration is something else.
Pretty sure we wouldn't survive a week living in a house with these women. What do Bella Swan, Hermione Granger, Katniss
Millions of people have read the books and seen the Swedish movies and/or the US flicks, and soon there will be a new way
Most of us know Katherine Heigl best as Dr. Izzie Stevens from “Grey’s Anatomy” or, you know, that blonde girl from those
Before the film was released, both Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig, who star as Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist, respectively
Lisbeth Salander is not a hero. She's not a woman we should all aspire to be, and she doesn't have superpowers -- but she is a strong character, and one worth the 158 minutes you'll spend with her if you see the highly anticipated film "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."
Before director David Fincher could officially cast Rooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander in his version of "The Girl With The
Is Fincher's film better than Oplev's? Not really. It's different; it's probably as good as the Swedish version. But better? Nope, sorry.
There's been much ado about the drastic transformation Rooney Mara's undergone to play Lisbeth Salander, the punky, tattooed
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With the upcoming release of the Hollywood version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo -- starring Daniel Craig and newcomer Rooney Mara and directed by David Fincher -- this Scandinavian capital is poised to attract an even broader tourist audience.
We may never see another novel about Lisbeth Salander, aka The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. But books about the hacker-heroine's