A sequel to David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo remake is coming this fall, albeit with none of the original cast (or director). The Girl in the Spider's Web, directed by Fede Álvarez (Evil Dead, Don't Breathe) and scripted by Steven Knight (Eastern Promises, Locke), pulled in some of the finest actors of the a year ago or so, and now the first trailer has arrived.
The Girl in the Spider's Web will be released on October 19, 2018.
"Are you not Lisbeth Salander - the righter of wrongs?" The Girl in the Spider's Web isbased on a fourth entry, written by David Lagercrantz, after Larsson's 2004 death.
The eye-watering trailer for the forthcoming film shows Salander using a taser on the groin of a man who beats his wife.
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So that's the luxury of having guys like that that you can always - any given moment, they can kind of go off for a game. He got a little help this time with Kevin Love scoring 20 and knocking down threes.
2011's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was the first film to be made in English, and was a remake of the original, which came out in 2009.
While Foy's status will be elevated by her turn as Salander, "The Girl in the Spider's Web" should also be something of a breakthrough for director Fede Álvarez.
The Girl in the Spider's Web hits theaters on October 19th and is directed by Fede Alvarez (Don't Breathe) from a screenplay adaptation by Steven Knight, Alvarez, and Jay Basu.
Co-starring Claes Bang, Lakeith Stanfield, Cameron Britton, and Stephen Merchant, The Girl in the Spider's Web arrives in theaters on November 9. Additional cast members include Sylvia Hoeks, Claes Bang, Christopher Convery, Synnove Macody Lund, and Vicky Krieps.
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