After a four-minute trailer (with eight being exhibited for a lucky few) and new photos showing up constantly, we’ve been swamped with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo — and that’s not changing anytime soon. But, with it being one of my most anticipated releases for the remainder of this year, I have zero complaints. Having that in mind, it’s nice to bring even more pictures, this time from Empire.
Still, only a few of these seem to be from David Fincher‘s movie; the rest are promotional shots, but impressive ones at that. Seeing Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig together in this material, together, helps give me a lot of hope for how they’ll work together onscreen. I understand that one shot isn’t truly indicative of how roughly two hours’ worth of footage will play out, but what’s good at the moment is…good at the moment. Something of that nature. These also provide a brief glimpse at Robin Wright, who we’ve barely seen so far.
Take a look at them below (via FirstShowing):
Also starring Christopher Plummer, Stellan Skarsgård, Steven Berkoff, Robin Wright, Yorick van Wageningen, Joely Richardson, and Alan Dale, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo opens on December 21st.
What are your thoughts on these new pictures? Are you excited for Dragon Tattoo?
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